Last weekend, millions of Americans will be fired up the grill for July 4 celebrations. Be sure to plan ahead and follow these steps to ensure a healthy and safe meal when cooking out with your friends and family.
Herbs are easy to grow and do well in pots if you don’t have a space for planting.
March is here and spring is just around the corner. It’s also National Nutrition Month (NNM) and this year’s theme "Celebrate a World of Flavors," is exciting as it embraces global cultures and cuisines, giving every culture a place at the table.
Do the dimensions of personal wellness activity to help identify the areas affecting your ability to maintain a healthier lifestyle.
Ten healthy snacks for your Super Bowl party that won't ruin your health resolutions.
As many of us plan on what to eat this holiday season, it can be good to have the end in mind --leftovers!
November is American Diabetes Month. November is American Diabetes Month. According to the 2020 Center for Disease and Prevention Report, over 1 in 10 people have diabetes and approximately 1 in 3 have prediabetes. Managing diabetes through diet, physical activity, and medication can be challenging anytime, but it can be even more difficult during the holidays.
The farmer’s market season is winding down but there is still time to enjoy the end-of-the-season veggies in a new way. All you need is an oven, a baking sheet, olive oil and seasonings.
The glycemic index, or GI, is a useful tool for people with diabetes to manage their diet for better blood sugar control. The glycemic index measures how much a food containing carbohydrates may increase blood sugar levels.
Almost half of the American population has hypertension, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and having high blood pressure puts you at risk for things like a stroke, heart disease, or even death. Not only are the numbers high, the CDC says only 1 in 4 of those people who have hypertension, have their condition under control.