One week eggs are bad, the next week eggs are good. Coffee is good! No, it’s bad! There is a lot of contradiction out there when it comes to nutrition advice, often resulting in confusion and mistrust. I will attempt to explain why there is so much mixed-messages and how we can sift through it […]
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As we move into colder, gloomier weather, I thought I would try to bring a ray of sunshine to my post. Vitamin D is called the “sunshine vitamin” because the body makes vitamin D from exposure to the sun. However, as many as 90% of adults in the United States are vitamin D deficient. You […]
I often get asked if it is healthier to have a vegetarian diet. My answer is, “not necessarily.” I have met a few vegetarians that don’t like most vegetables, so if your idea of vegetarian is eating potato chips all day, then, no, it is not healthier to be vegetarian. It really depends on foods […]
Most of us eat out, at least a little. Some eat out most of the time. Whether we run through a drive-thru between kid activities or have work lunches daily, eating out is part of life for most of us. Cooking and eating from home is the healthiest choice because we are in control […]
We all have a favorite comfort food – whether it be macaroni and cheese or chocolate, that we crave, either because it reminds us of our childhood or because we had a bad day. Indulging in these high calorie foods once in a while is fine, but if overeating becomes a daily event because of […]
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