Looking to rev up your diet with a nutrient-filled, low-calorie food this spring? Look no further than to leafy greens! In the March/April addition of Food & Nutrition magazine, leafy greens have been dubbed “nutrition rockstars.” Not only do they top the charts in vitamins A, C and K, they’re loaded with potassium and fiber with only 5-40 […]
SPE is the newest trend in dining that brings a healthful certification process to restaurants. Focused on nutrition and sustainability, SPE stands for Sanitas per Escam which means “health through food.” What began with a restaurant concept in New York City has now blossomed into a multifaceted company with SPE approved restaurants in New York, […]
KALE – Deemed one of the “healthiest vegetables on the planet,” kale has surpased arugala and spinach as the most popular leafy green. Yet, many find it tough to eat, fibrous, and when eaten raw, kale hits the palate with quite the bitter bite. Many people are interested in trying kale, but they just don’t […]
A new process for “puffing” rice that produces a super rice with three times the amount of protein and a load of other healthy nutrients. It is expected that this new form of puffed rice will be ideal for breakfast cereals, breakfast bars, and other snacks. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/254325.php Post by Kate Thomas, MS Nutrition, reviewed […]
If your holiday parties were anything like ours, you probably did not eat very many veggies. Get back on track with nutritious, vitamin-packed super foods that will boost your immune system and provide the energy needed to stay active through the long, cold winter days. Check out the top 6 Superfoods by Heather Bauer, RD, […]
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