Most of us have good intentions to eat healthy, but when life gets hectic, it’s easy to choose convenience over good nutrition. Since March is National Nutrition Month, it’s a good time to take an inventory of our eating habits and see where we can make some simple improvements.
TheCDCrecommends storing at least a few day’s worth of emergency supply food in case of a natural disaster. It’s worth putting some thought into what kinds of non-perishable foods you have stocked. You’ll want foods that are nutritious and energizing to keep you feeling well and thinking clearly.
Have you ever found yourself so swamped at work that you end up skipping lunch, only to over-indulge at 4:30 in the afternoon? Most people who work 40+ hours a week find it difficult to keep on top of healthy eating habits. If you're looking to start some healthy new eating habits, here are some tips that might help.
A daily smoothie is a great way to pack extra nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber into your diet. If you're keeping an eye on your heart health, here's a list of the best heart-healthy foods you can add to your daily green smoothie.
Being healthy doesn't mean you have to give up everything you love. Some of our favorite cozy indulgences, like coffee, tea, whole milk, and chocolate, come with real health benefits to justify them. Here's why you should let the guilt go.
Spirulina is a type of cyanobacteria that can be found in both salt and fresh water. You might also know it as blue-green algae. Spirulina contains contains a long list of nutrients and antioxidants that can benefit human health. Here are the top 5 benefits of spirulina.