March is National Nutrition Month (and this Wednesday is Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Day!). It's a perfect time to celebrate delicious, nutrient-rich vegetables. Eating veggies helps fill you up, plus they're so tasty and provide vitamins and minerals that help keep you healthy. These dietitian tips to make vegetables taste better will have you wanting to whip up veggies at every single meal!
All those diets that promise weight loss, bikini bodies, and better health? Your head might be spinning with all the options. But what really works and what doesn't? And which ones are safe? Diets like the Mediterranean diet have stood the test of time, but what newer eating styles like keto, intermittent fasting, and Whole30? And what about the carnivore diet and even WW, the new iteration of Weight Watchers?
Think filling up on only green juice is the best way to lose weight? I come across awful diet tips like this all the time. Luckily, you don't need to give up pizza (or dessert!) to reach your wellness goals. Want to know which health recommendations are actually worth following?
I can't always get behind celebrity nutrition advice, but Oprah is one star whose eating habits I can support. She eats delicious, produce-packed meals and isn't afraid of the occasional indulgence. (Hello, wine and dessert!) Want to learn how you can achieve this balance, too?
Need a gift idea for the foodies in your life? Add these picks to your holiday gift list. I'n my gift guide, I've got you covered from stocking stuffers to splurges!
This is my favorite time of year, and I love shopping for presents as much as I l've to receive them. I'm a believer that every foodie in my life should receive hand-picked gifts, which is why I put together this holiday gift guide of my favorite food and kitchen finds to help with your holiday shopping!
I like sandwiches a lot, even though it seems that I eat them a lot more often on the go than at home! No road trip is complete without a sandwich stop, and I love the sandwiches that my local bodega puts together. On any given day, 53 percent of Americans are eating a sandwich.
If you're like me, you spend more than a few minutes on social media daily. But you may not think about how Instagram and other social networks are impacting your health. I make a point to follow like-minded foodies and supportive friends so social media is a positive space for me to share what's on my plate. Who are you following on social media—and are they helping or harming your wellness goals?
We see dozens and dozens of fad diets come through the headlines every week. But restrictive diets like the Mono Diet can actually wreak havoc on your metabolism—and put you at risk for some pretty serious health problems. When it comes to wellness and weight loss, variety is actually a good thing!
From a shot of espresso to the creamiest of cappuccinos, I love indulging in good coffee. Overindulging, however, could lead to health problems, especially for our hearts. So how much caffeine is too much? I'm breaking down the latest research so you can sip with knowledge! P.S. Caffeine in food counts, too, so make sure to cut back on caffeinated drinks if you indulge in my matcha muffin recipe!
I'm a night owl, and I usually get a second wind late at night. How does being an early riser versus a night owl affect your weight? While night owls like me do tend to eat more calories, sugar, and fat in the evenings, late risers aren't automatically destined for weight-loss failure. You can make a few easy changes to make your night owl status work for you. Wondering how I stay healthy late into the evenings?