Think eggs have too much cholesterol to be good for you? This is one of the worst food myths out there! Since I don't eat meat, I cook up omelets and French toast on repeat. (Hint: Eggs aren't only for breakfast!) There's no better way to get protein, vitamins, and minerals together in one delicious bite. Want to know how to make your eggs even healthier?
Wish there was a magic nutrient to help increase both the chances of a healthy pregnancy, as well as the health of your baby—potentially for life? Here you go! Thanks to the folks at VitaCholine for sponsoring this blog post. A couple of months ago, I had the opportunity to hang out for an evening with nutrition researcher Marie Caudill and a handful of my dietitian colleagues in New York City. We gathered to learn all about choline, an essential nutrient for all ages and stages of life.
One of the most common complaints I hear about healthy eating is that it's too expensive. But stocking your cart with nutritious whole foods doesn't need to break the bank. I opt for affordable vegetarian proteins like beans and eggs to slash a few extra dollars off my grocery bill. You, too, can maximize nutrition while spending less on groceries!
As a vegetarian, eggs are one of my go-to foods. While it's common knowledge that they supply protein, they're also a fabulous source of a nutrient you may not know much about. This nutrient is choline, necessary to help keep your body in tip-top working order. Because close to 90 percent of American don't get enough of the nutrient, I'm bringing you info about what choline is and the foods you can get it from. The best part: I'm delivering nutritious and delicious choline-containing recipes.