As someone whose home office is currently their kitchen, the struggle to not snack all day is real. What’s the secret to keeping off the “quarantine 15” weight gain?
Do you have a full house with lots of hungry mouths to feed? Here are some quarantine cooking tips to keep everyone healthy even when food options are limited.
Eating upon waking is used to refuel the body and set the stage for the rest of the day. These healthy breakfast recipes are easy to make and good for you.
Plant-based burgers and meat are still one of the top trending food items. But, is eating plant-based burgers instead of the real thing really good for you? Registered dietician Katherine Basbaum gives some insight.
Finding it hard to fill your plate with fresh vegetables at this time of year? Use frozen or canned vegetables as they’re healthier than you think.
Food labels don’t currently distinguish between added sugar and natural sugar. It takes more work for people to read labels and find these hidden sugars.
After eating too much Halloween candy, I tried 6 strategies to survive the holidays without overdoing it again. See how my strategies to stop eating sugar held up - both in real life and with UVA registered dietitian Katherine Basbaum.
Don’t stress over fad diets, new exercise programs or what the scale says. Instead, make one simple change at a time to improve your health.
It seems impossible to resist a craving for sugar – and you don’t even realize how much sugar you’re consuming. So how do you start cutting out sugar?
Eating healthy is one of the best things you can do for your body and you don’t have to break the bank. These tips can help to eating healthy on a budget.