Check out this article to learn what those confusing terms in your recipes mean. Just in time for holiday cooking and baking! Culinary Lingo
The holidays are typically a time of celebrations, giving, friends, family, and FOOD. We are often so overstimulated by the amount of food around us we practically gain 15 pounds by just seeing all of these extra delicacies. No matter your health goals (losing or maintaining weight, controlling blood pressure or blood sugar, food allergies, … Read more
November is Diabetes Awareness Month! Check out this information provided by Littleton Regional Healthcare’s Certified Diabetes Educator, Lucy Gordon, RN-BC, BSN, CDE: If you are one of the 30.3 million Americans with Diabetes or have been told you have Pre-Diabetes think about talking to a Certified Diabetes Educator. Watch this video for more information. … Read more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Everyday choices can have a big impact on our health, even in preventing cancer. Lifestyle changes you start now can really make a difference over time. Things like healthy eating, increasing physical activity, and maintaining a healthy weight all play a part in cancer prevention. Photo Credit Follow these recommendations for cancer … Read more
It’s that time of year…root vegetables will be in season soon. These vegetables are perfect to add to your upcoming meal plans since they are affordable, packed with nutrition, versatile, have a long shelf life, and can add volume to any meal. Use root vegetables as a side, an entrée, or as a way to stretch a soup, stew or … Read more
It’s finally time to fire up the grill again! Check out this video from EatRight.org on how to keep food safe when grilling.
Do you have a green thumb? Even if you don’t you should get outside and reap all of the benefits of gardening. Think of gardening as a very inexpensive spa treatment. Gardening counts as exercise, can help with mental and mood health, prevent risk or complications of many chronic diseases, and the fruits of … Read more