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!
If you heard someone say they are on the Med-diet, what would your first thought be? It might sound like a diet that involves taking a lot of medicine or pills, but it’s actually much different. The Med-diet is an abbreviation for Mediterranean diet, which is inspired by dietary patterns from Greece, Southern Italy, and Spain.
Every day, we have the opportunity to choose a healthy lifestyle. But sometimes we don’t know how to make healthy choices, or what constitutes a healthy lifestyle. This is where National Nutrition Month® (NNM) comes in!
Heartland Health Outreach is celebrating National Nutrition Month with a recipe collection! Do you have a recipe that can take the (nutritious) cake?
Eggs are one of the best deals you can find at your local supermarket: cheap, packed with nutrients, and simple to prepare. Plus, their versatility can’t be beat. From sauces to soups or casseroles to desserts, eggs can work for any meal, at any time of day. It’s easy to see why so many cultures call eggs a…
Next week kicks off the holiday season, and glorious meals await us! If you will be in the kitchen or on the road with food, it’s important to include plans for keeping your food safe. Here are the key factors to be aware of when it comes to preparing and storing your meal: Food Safety- preparing, storing and serving food in…