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For those trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle, the holidays add extra challenges to your plate.
If you are searching for holiday gift ideas for your health-conscious friends or simply trying to set the tone for better habits within your own family, your go-to ideas for presents might need a refresher.
This brain-healthy diet is based on science that shows that foods and nutrients have both positive and negative effects on how the brain functions.
February is American Heart Month, a reminder that a healthful lifestyle is essential for your heart.
While we all have different health characteristics based on our unique makeup, losing weight might be more about the quality of what you eat than the type of diet, regardless of your genetics.
Important tips on how to lead healthier lives through food.
Fruits and vegetables taste best when they are fresh and in season. Plus, with Earth Day coming up, we know that enjoying locally grown produce is good for the environment and our California economy.
Parents and caregivers should promote healthy eating habits by making nutritious foods easily available and not-so-good choices less accessible by default.
Besides tossing items past their prime, take this opportunity to create a nourishing center of your home that aligns with your health goals and simplifies your eating plan.
When considering amounts of food, it’s helpful to understand the difference between serving size and portion size.
If you are afraid your child is a picky eater, don’t give up. Just because they push it away today doesn’t mean they won’t come around.