With all the beautiful fall colors come a bounty of fruits and vegetables. Find out how how the colors of the fall harvest can benefit your health!
In 2014, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that there were 58.7 pounds of boneless chicken and 51.5 pounds of beef per person available to eat in the US, but did you know that over 7.3 million people in the United States follow a vegetarian based diet? Many of you may ask “How do they get enough protein?” The fact of the matter is there are many foods that are great sources of protein that are not animal products.
When the clocks are set back and the weather starts getting colder, getting enough vitamin D can become an issue. Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin made in the body with the exposure to sunlight. With less sunlight during the winter months as well as more clothes covering the skin, vitamin D intake through foods becomes even more important.
One serving of everything on the traditional American barbeque menu would give you a whopping 1,450 calories. Luckily, the HHO dietitians are here to give you some healthy barbecue recipes that can save you up to 850 calories!
These flavor-filled, sweet little gems are packed with antioxidants, fiber, vitamins and minerals. Find out how cherries can curb your sweet cravings or heal your muscles after a tough workout!
The average American doesn’t eat nearly enough vegetables. Meals with vegetables can be hearty, creamy, cheesy or even sweet. Read the newest post to find out how to veil your veggies!
Children between the ages of 2 and 5 eat approximately 40 pounds of sugar every year. All those extra calories are harming our kids! Here are some alternatives to the holiday sugar traditions.
The 2016 Dietary Guidelines for Americans has been published! Here are the key points and fast facts that you need to know to choose the healthiest diet possible based off of the most recent research in nutrition.