Eating well is a crucial part of a healthy lifestyle and can help ward off conditions like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and even some cancers. However, everyone has their own unique health needs, so it's important to talk with a doctor about what sort of diet is right for you. In general, consuming a plant-focused diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and sources of protein is healthy for most people.
USDA Dietary Guidelines 2020 were just released. What do they mean for you? The USDA and HHS just released the 2020-2025 dietary guidelines for Americans. They aim to offer advice on dietary patterns to promote health.
Are you looking for stress eating help? Why is it that when the stress piles up — along with the laundry, the computer glitches, the worries over the long-running pandemic — we always seem to crave brownies and never broccoli?
What’s the best time to drink coffee? Most of us, including me, drink coffee first thing in the morning. Enjoying my morning coffee is a prized part of my pre-workout routine every morning.
Black bean recipes make a healthy addition to your winter cooking rotation. I like black beans because I like their texture and mildly sweet flavor. So why should you add black bean recipes for your cooking repertoire? Because they’re also incredibly healthy, providing multiple vital nutrients with minimal fat and sugar.
Hearty vegetable soup is a comfort food on a cold day. Here is a recipe for a lentil soup with butternut squash and lacinto kale. Not only is it comforting, but it is nutrient-dense, thanks to the butternut squash, lentils, kale, and leeks.
Quarantine weight gain is real. Life in lockdown has disrupted all our lives, creating the perfect setup for putting on pounds. Social media users jokingly refer to it as the “Quarantine 15.”
Wellness guidelines from the American Cancer Society have recently been revised. The American Cancer Society has updated its guideline for diet and physical activity for cancer prevention, with adjustments to reflect the most current evidence.
I’m a Mayo Clinic Certified Wellness Coach and I love my coffee. For a long time, we were told that coffee was bad for us and should be avoided. But who can resist the smell of coffee brewing in their kitchen? The good news is that not only have coffee’s