Tag Archive: Healthy Eating

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Asparagus is just as healthy as many other green veggies. Add it to whole grain pasta. Mix with a little virgin olive oil and parmesan cheese. Add it as a topping on your… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Your Labor Day fare does not have to be a feast of fatty foods. You can find creative and healthy ways to enjoy your feast without loading up on too much fat. Your… Continue reading

WELLNESS CHALLENGE

In the fall, go apple picking. In the summer, find a local farm that will let you pick your own berries. Bring family and friends and make a day of it. It’s a… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Veggies are packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Plus, they’re low in fat and calories. So today, try to eat just one extra serving. You could cook some peppers and spinach with your… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Try to avoid the vending machine for a midday pick-me-up. Instead, opt for a serving of fresh fruit or veggies. Think baby carrots with hummus, or a bag of crunchy snap peas. Or,… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Eggs are a popular breakfast item. They’re packed with protein. But if they’re fried in butter, they’re also loaded with saturated fat. Poached eggs are cooked in simmering water. They still have the… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Packing your own lunch has all kinds of benefits. For starters, it can help you save a few dollars. Packing your own lunch also gives you control to choose healthy meals and snacks.… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Many herbs and spices are rich in antioxidants. These nutrients can help support your heart and brain health. They may even lower your risk for certain cancers. So spice up your oatmeal with a… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Eating nuts can help raise your good cholesterol and lower your bad cholesterol. A small handful of nuts a day is all you need to help boost your heart health. So, add some… Continue reading

NUTRITION CHALLENGE

Quinoa is a whole grain that’s higher in protein than many other grains. Its subtle, nutty flavor makes a great substitute for rice. It’s also better for your heart than animal protein. And… Continue reading

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