THE NUTRITION FORUM Ask the Dietitian: What is the best diet program?
Q: What is the best diet program?
A: This is an excellent question and one that I am often asked. My answer: instead of focusing on a diet program, concentrate on healthy lifestyle changes that contr... Posted on 1/23/13 at 2:41 PM
HEALTHBEAT How sweet it isn't?
First it was fats, then carbohydrates. Now sugar has joined the ranks of nutritional villainy.
With Christmas approaching on a tidal wave of candy canes and gingerbread, one can't help wondering: Is ... Posted on 12/21/12 at 2:40 PM
HEALTH OUT LOUD! Top Five Things to Do Today to Improve Your Health
Getting healthy doesn't need to be rocket science and it also doesn't need to cost you money, infact it can save you money. Follow these general guidelines for better health today.
Move Your Body Mo... Posted on 2/16/12 at 11:45 AM
STAFF BLOG ALL ABOUT FOOD Breakfast Cookies get a vegan makeover
You won't find any butter in Noemi Aylesworth's refrigerator. You may see a carton of soy milk on the shelf, but definitely not the kind that comes from an animal species. No cheese, either.
"If some... Posted on 11/13/11 at 2:13 PM
CONFESSIONS OF A [FORMER] FAT GIRL Ups...and downs
We all have our up and down days. Sometimes, I have more down days than I do up, but that's okay. Right?
For the most part, everything is going along swimmingly. For the most part, I said. I still hav... Posted on 4/16/10 at 3:25 AM
Dr. Todd Olson will be at Ecumen Bethany Community on Monday, May 7 at 2:30 p.m. presenting “Nutrition and the Eye.” Olson will be discussing some of the latest research regarding nutrition and eye health. Much of the focus will be on macular degeneration.
Minnesota students are eating more fresh, locally grown produce in school lunches this year thanks to the Farm to School efforts of the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) and the Minnesota Department of Health (MDH).
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has released a replacement for its current food pyramid in support of dietary recommendations from the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2010 to make half your plate fruits and vegetables.
Have you ever thought about why you eat, or what your body needs for food?
We usually eat because we are hungry, tired and our stomach is rumbling. We may also eat because we are sad, bored or happy – at a social gathering or because that dessert looks so delicious.
By Amy Reineke, Public Health educator
, February 19, 2010
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