Category Archive: Nutrition Challenges

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Carbohydrates are your body’s main source of fuel. But some carbs are high in sugar and starch, and low in fiber. That means they can cause a sudden spike in your blood sugar… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Do you stop at the local coffee house on the way to work each morning for a latté topped with whipped cream? If that’s become a daily habit, be careful. You may be… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Some foods have very little nutrition. Other foods are packed with nutrients. If you fill up on foods that are rich in nutrients, you get the best nutrition for the fewest calories. That… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Salmon is loaded with healthy fats, such as omega-3, -6, and -9. These fats may help support weight loss. And they may also support heart and brain health. Plus, salmon is delicious. The… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut when it comes to how you prepare your veggies. And those habits can get you into trouble. You might be tempted to avoid eating veggies… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Lots of people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by wearing green clothes. But eating green veggies is another fun—and healthy—way to celebrate. Dark, leafy green veggies are packed with all kinds of vitamins. They… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Eating a colorful mix of veggies and fruits can help you get a good balance of the nutrients you need. Here are a few tasty ways to add color to your meals today.… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Calcium is a key mineral. It helps your body maintain healthy teeth and bones. It helps your blood clot. And it helps your muscles and nerves work properly. That’s why it’s important to… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

It’s OK to enjoy a small amount of sweet treats every now and then. And you may have done just that on Valentine’s Day. But too much added sugar in your diet can… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Adding flavor with herbs and spices may help you consume less salt. That’s a good thing. Too much salt may raise your blood pressure, and increase your risk of stroke. Plus, using herbs… Continue reading

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