Autumn is here, and it’s time once again to celebrate the POWER of PUMPKIN!
Get the grill fired up for this easy and flavorful barbecued chicken. The heat turns the honey and mustard combo into a rich, smoky sensation that will pair great with a colorful salad or grilled vegetables. Ingredients: 1/3 cup Dijon mustard 1/4 cup honey 1 Tbsp. low-fat plain Greek yogurt 1 Tbsp. olive oil 1 […]
Did you know that April is National Pecan Month? Pecans naturally contain micronutrients, and are a source of a protein. This recipe is perfect for the pecan fan and it is paleo-friendly, too!
Chocolate and peanut butter: it’s a match made in heaven. If you agree, this decadent dessert is right up your alley!
This guide is not so much for casual fitness enthusiasts as it is for the dedicated bodybuilders who eat, live, eat, sleep, eat, and breathe the swole life. During the holiday season and beyond, here’s what they’re looking for.
Ballparks around the country are stepping up to the plate with some hearty plates of their own. Great news for our taste buds. Terrible news for our waistlines. Before you head out to the game, check out these stats to see how the biggest and baddest new snacks stack up.
At one time, low fat and fat free foods were all the rage. Anyone looking to shed a few pounds simply cut out calories, mostly from fat. We put our trust in medical professionals, and our doctors and dietitians told us fat would make us fat, so we need to stop eating it! Fast forward 20 years and obesity has skyrocketed, while high cholesterol, diabetes, and heart disease are more prevalent than ever.
Known as the ‘Grain of the Gods’ by the Incas and other South American cultures, quinoa is officially a hot and healthy culinary ingredient, and it can be used for so much more than a side.
Low calorie! All natural! Fat free! Sugar free! High protein! If the delicious foods that shout these headlines at us as we push our carts down the grocery aisle are so readily available to those of us who are conscious of both our health and our waistlines, then why is it so darn hard to stay healthy and trim?
As a Registered Dietician I get a lot of questions from friends about what they should be eating, and I’ve heard some pretty crazy things. One friend recently told me that in an effort to lose weight he’s been eating fruits and vegetables exclusively for several weeks. Macronutrients are a vital part of a healthy diet; they alone will not sustain your body. While every body is different in its needs; however, a major component to all balanced diets is protein.