Food and Health, Prevention

We’ve heard the recommendation to reduce the amount of added sugar we consume in order to promote good health, but what exactly is added sugar? And what is the difference between added sugar and naturally-occurring sugars?
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 

Health fair prizes or incentives can move games, presentations, and activities from good to great!
 


The authors of a recent study conducted by a Yale University research team suggested that “food insecurity” may lead to binge eating and somehow promote obesity. What is “food insecurity"? It has been defined “as being characterized by a shortage of nutritionally adequate food and difficulty acquiring adequate food in socially acceptable ways.” Hunger America ... Does “Food Insecurity” Promote Obesity?


Using willpower to try to overcome strong biological drives like hunger or being tired and needing sleep is unhealthy, but using it to improve the quality of one’s diet and sleep habits makes perfect sense... 
Food and Health

I don’t think a day goes by that I don’t hear about the latest diet a person is following. It may be at a party, in the store, or my office. I watch how people pile their plates with burgers, ribs and salad and forgo the bun or potato...
Food and Health, Prevention

The holiday season is upon us -- do you have the tools you need to help your clients navigate its pitfalls?