Healthy Eating For Stroke Prevention: How A Mediterranean Diet May HelpIn addition to exercise, eating healthy is key not only to preventing stroke in the first place but also stroke recovery and reducing your risk of another stroke.
National Nutrition Month: Personalize Your Plate with Trusted Resources and Registered Dietitian/NutritionistsMarch is National Nutrition Month, a nutrition education and information campaign created by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The campaign focuses on the importance of making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.
Gut Health Through Proper NutritionHaving a healthy gut may impact us more than previously thought by having a positive effect on our immune system, brain, sleep patterns and cancer risk, and it may help prevent some autoimmune diseases.
Foods To Boost Your Mood, Now That You Really Need ItConsuming healthy mood-boosting foods can deliver important brain nutrients while positively impacting your well-being.
If You Want Your Kid To Eat Healthier, Let Them Watch Certain Cooking ShowsA recent study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior found that children who watched a cooking program that featured healthy foods were more than twice as likely to choose them for a snack than children who watched a cooking show featuring unhealthy foods.
Tips For A Healthy Tailgate PartyIn addition to back to school, cooler weather and shorter days, it’s football season! Whether you tailgate at the games or celebrate while watching at home, it’s often hard to maintain healthy eating habits with the typical football party offerings, and concession stand foods provide few healthy options.
Make A Resolution For Good HealthMany of us start the New Year with resolutions. The staff at the Tevis Center for Wellness is ready to help you keep your resolution for better health.
Discover Mindful EatingSo when did it happen? Or has it always been that way? The fact that following a delicious meal, we rarely remember the flavors, aromas and senses stimulated by a flavorful meal. Instead we often feel overfull, possibly to the point of discomfort.
When Trying To Lose Weight, Morning Meals Are Better Than Evening Ones, Nutritionist SaysThe research suggests that the calories we burn from digesting, absorbing and metabolizing the nutrients in the food we eat -- known as diet-induced thermogenesis -- are influenced by our circadian system, and are lower at 8 p.m. than at 8 a.m.
Eat More Plants And Less Meat To Live Longer And Improve Heart Health, Study SuggestsEating more plants and less meat has been tied to a longer life and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in a new study.
Ultraprocessed Foods Are Easy, Cheap And Could Be Killing You"Ultraprocessed" describes many foods, including pre-prepared dishes found in grocery store freezers, packaged baked goods, dehydrated soups, ice cream, sugary cereals and fizzy beverages, and they could be harming you.
US Children Aren't Eating Enough Seafood, Study SaysThe humble tuna sandwich, once a lunchbox staple, is making less frequent appearances in school cafeterias across the nation. American children are eating relatively little fish and shellfish in comparison to meat, according to a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Howard County Says No To Push For Healthy EatingThe push to promote healthy eating by setting government guidelines is, once again, blocked in Howard County.
New Program Will Help People Shop For Healthy FoodIf you're trying to eat healthy, just shopping is like navigating a minefield.
Saturday, February 28, 2015We have a look at recent trends in home improvement and real estate. Also, we have ways to get your kids eating healthy.