Category Archive: Nutrition Challenges

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Flax and flaxseed oil are great sources of healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Stir some ground flaxseed in your bowl of oatmeal or sprinkle some on your cereal. Buy flaxseed bread for sandwiches and… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Make sure that you have plenty of healthy foods on hand. You’ll be less likely to choose fast or processed foods if you can prepare a healthy meal in 10 minutes or less.… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

The compounds in green tea may help boost your memory and support your bone and skin health. They may also help lower your blood pressure. And, they may lower your risk for health… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Citrus fruits are packed with vitamin C. Your body can’t function well without this vitamin. And it can’t make it on its own. So add a few of your favorite citrus fruits to… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

If you have a yearning for a late-night snack, there are healthy options you can turn to. Instead of ice cream or cookies, why not opt for a bowl of butter-free popcorn instead?… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

You could try making your own ketchup with low-salt tomato paste and spices. Or, make a light salad dressing with olive oil, lemon juice, and herbs. To add flavor, try using fresh garlic,… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Your body needs iron to help carry oxygen through your bloodstream. It also helps support healthy hair, skin, and nails. Some of the best sources of iron are lean beef, turkey, chicken, and… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

  With a little planning, it’s not too hard to make your favorite Thanksgiving dishes a bit healthier. For instance, you could use whole wheat bread for stuffing instead of corn bread. Or,… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

A great way to save time is to cook more than a recipe calls for. Freezing leftovers allows for an easy dinner later on. Think healthy casseroles or soups that freeze well. Or… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Fiber is a key nutrient. It can help promote healthy cholesterol and blood sugar levels. And it can also help you manage your weight. It’s best for women to aim for 25 grams… Continue reading

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