The history of dieting shows vanity outweighs common sense.
Author Archives: Melissa Wdowik
Research has shown that some individuals are more susceptible than others to the habit-forming behavior of overeating high-fat, high-sugar foods.
Once a mainstay of many American diets, pasta developed a poor reputation in the 1990s as “carbohydrate” became a dirty word.
My grandmother would be confused about the controversy surrounding milk and other dairy products.
If you often feel tired or run down despite getting adequate sleep, it’s time to consider the possibility of iron deficiency.
I started hearing about Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) many years ago, and knew I had to get on board.
Dementia runs in my family, and many of us have seen dementia affect both friends and celebrities.
March is National Nutrition month, a time to celebrate eating and this year’s theme “Put Your Best Fork Forward.” Putting your best fork forward is a reminder that each of us holds the tools to benefit our connections with food. The Kendall Reagan Nutrition Center celebrates National Nutrition month with refreshing advice to support this relationship.
If you are determined to make healthy lifestyle changes and need a little structure and guidance, look no further than DASH!
Based on statistics and testimonials, half of you made a New Year’s resolution. Half of those resolutions will not be maintained, though, either because they are too broad or too difficult.