Cooking

Food. We all need it. We all eat it. However, eating the same tired recipes can get monotonous. There’s an entire world of flavors out there! What are you waiting for? Keeping a stock of various herbs, spices, and seasonings will help you mix it up in the kitchen....
 
Cooking

Cynthia Lopez-Pettorino, a registered dietitian, certified diabetes educator, and nutrition coordinator, asked us to delve deeper into the world of aromatic veggies, citing their budget friendliness and huge flavor-boosting properties...
 
Food and Health, Prevention

Buying yogurt in bulk is a good idea: Choose non-fat instead of whole milk yogurt for less saturated fat and more protein, then choose plain instead of sweetened yogurt for less sugar and more calcium. In fact, you can add flavor to your yogurt by topping it with fresh...
 
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Tis the season to be merry, but wary. Almost half of Americans will put on weight during the holiday season. Here are shopping and eating tips I share with supermarket tour attendees to help them enjoy the holidays and avoid unwanted pounds: • Add chopped apples, unpeeled orange segments...
 

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

Choose from over 100 different nutrition posters, health posters, and motivational wellness posters, that will make your walls beautiful and educational.
 
Cooking

The biggest challenge any shopper faces in the store today is choice. The Food Marketing Institute reports that the average grocery store is over 40,000 square feet and the average number of skus that a supermarket carries is 37,900. Here are tips for dietitians and family and consumer science agents to use for supermarket tours. ... The Challenge is Choice – Supermarket Aisles Teach Important Nutrition Lessons