Whether they have been recently discovered, or passed down from generation to generation, everyone has their favorite holiday recipes. This year, we would like to share some of our best-loved appetizers, sides, main dishes and desserts with you!
Our dietitian, Liz DeJulius, came up with some simple ideas that every family can easily implement to help reduce their food waste.
Between work parties, gift exchanges and cookie swaps, December can be a time of high-sugar intake, low-physical activity and overindulgence. The good news – you can effectively stay on track with a healthy lifestyle while not completely depriving yourself! Using these five strategies can help you stay full of holiday cheer without overdoing it. … Continued
Since November 14th is World Diabetes Day, a day dedicated “to raise awareness of diabetes, its prevention and complications, and the care that people with the condition need,” we decided to sit down with Kathryn Peeden, M.D. (Dr. Katie) to discuss the Type 2 Diabetes epidemic in the United States. AIM: Hi Dr. … Continued
In recent blogs and newsletters we have highlighted certain “truths” we have been led to believe were going to make us healthier, when in fact they did just the opposite. In this last month’s newsletter, we referenced Time magazine’s article on 6/23/14 – Eat Butter: Scientists labeled fat the enemy. Why they were wrong. The Time author reviews in detail how fat has been demonized for years, yet fat hasn’t been the problem. If you were lucky enough to attend our screening of the documentary, Fed Up, or if you are paying attention in general to the population around you, you will begin to understand that our generation is rapidly becoming the largest ever failed experiment in food science. We have been listening to the “experts” – but it turns out the “experts” were wrong! It seems that sugar, specifically high fructose corn syrup is currently our biggest concern.
Have you seen the cover article on the most recent Time magazine? Eat Butter: Don’t Blame Fat states that for decades experts have been touting a diet that has paradoxically increased the incidence of diabetes, obesity, and clogged arteries.