So what are whole foods, exactly? And why are they so much healthier? We go over that and give you easy ways to add more whole foods to your daily diet.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, you may wonder if you’re ever really doing enough to protect yourself and those around you. One thing you can do? Protect your personal health (beyond washing your hands). Here are three tips for eating healthy during COVID-19.
For those of us with a sweet tooth (*raises hand*), admitting that we’re probably consuming too much sugar is a tough pill to swallow. But the truth is, most Americans are right there with us. And really, on its own, sugar isn’t necessarily good or bad. Here's how you can cut back on the added sugar you don’t want in your diet.
Meat isn’t the only source of protein – just ask the more than 375 million vegetarians in the world. Plant-based and dairy-free protein options are not just for vegetarian or vegans either; they are for anyone looking for nutrients to support weight loss and positive lifestyle goals and to maintain or increase lean muscle mass. To find out how you can get in on the action, keep reading!