Did you know the typical American eats only about half the recommended amount of fiber each day? Most of us should consume about 30 grams of fiber each day, and with these five tasty, high-fiber foods, that goal is well within reach.Read Full Article
By Jon Caswell
Fruits and vegetables are the very definition of "good for you." They’re high in vitamins, minerals and fiber and low in fat and...Read Full Article
The American Heart Association - Added sugars are not the friend of a heart healthy diet. Although they are not harmful to the body, our bodies don’t need sugars to function properly.
Skip the added sugars
Americans are consuming more and more added sugars,...Read Full Article
Healthy Eating Tips from ChooseMyPlate.gov - United States Department of Agriculture
- As a beverage choice, ask for water or order fat-free or low-fat milk, unsweetened tea, or other drinks without added sugars.
- Ask for whole-wheat bread for sandwiches.
- In a ...Read Full Article
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics - Published February 04, 2014
Looking for a new way to enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables? Slaws are perfect, easy-to-prepare dishes. The varieties are many and the ingredients are plentiful, making them a brilliant twist on salads. And they are good for...Read Full Article