Changing the Face of Candy Bars
Mars Inc., the famous candy company, has decided to stop producing king size Snickers bars. Not only that, but they are replacing those giant bars with a 2-in-1 package that contains two smaller Snickers bars. The new package is resealable, which encourages consumers to eat the candy in two separate sittings, rather than all at once. Why make this change? Mars Inc. claims they are fighting obesity...
Easy Baked Pasta
Last week, we talked about simple substitutions that you could make to improve the nutrient profile of a dish without sacrificing texture or flavor. Want to try some of those techniques for yourself? Whip up this simple pasta dish today!
Healthy Kitchen Makeover
Have you seen our new Healthy Kitchen poster? Check out the picture above or visit it in our store. We're so excited about it, that we have decided to share all of our top kitchen makeover tips in one handy-dandy blog post. After all, it's officially Spring, which makes...
Stunning Nutrition Posters – 10% off with code MYPLATE
Looking for compelling nutrition posters to brighten your walls with motivation and education? You have come to the right place!
Cookbooks, Cooking Demo, Aprons
With these incredible kits and resources, all you have to do is place your order, then sit back and wait for your materials to arrive.
April is National Cancer Awareness Month. The American Institute of Cancer Research recommends eating a healthful, phytochemical-rich diet, exercising, and maintaining a healthful weight in order to reduce your cancer risk by 30%. Too busy at work to adhere to these guidelines? Just follow these suggestions for strategies to use on the job to reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease.
Gluten Free for You and Me?
According to Packaged Facts, gluten-free sales reached more than $2.6 billion by the end of 2010 and are now expected to exceed more than $5 billion by 2015. Why? Well, in this article, we explore some of the leading reasons to go gluten-free...
Where IS the Beef?
Very lean beef is a good choice for consumers who can find and afford it. But there is more to a heart healthy diet than beef. In this post, Dr. James Kenney evaluates questionable claims based on a short-term study.