Are These Nutrition Rumors Real or Fake?

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016
Are These Nutrition Rumors Real or Fake? Blog Post

Sometimes you read about a hot new food trend or a friend emails you saying that you have to try adding this to your morning coffee to solve all your ailments. But a lot of nutrition information floating around out there is either too good to be true or perpetuates nonsense about perfectly healthy foods. We took a harder look at some of the topics floating around the nutrition "rumor mill" and what the science said. See if some of these myths tricked you.

4 Easy Ways to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving

Friday, November 6th, 2015
4 Easy Ways to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving  Blog Post

It’s no surprise that we eat a lot at Thanksgiving—by one estimate 4,500 calories. And a whopping 1,500 of those calories are not from the big dinner, but from snacks and drinks.

Go ahead and enjoy your favorite holiday dishes (the ones you only get once a year), but to curb calorie overload, skip the foods you see more often and try to keep things reasonable for the rest of the day. Here’s how:

3 Tricks to Help You Drink Less Wine

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015
3 Tricks to Help You Drink Less Wine Blog Post

A glass of wine can easily fit into a healthy diet. But not every glass is equal. Many wineglasses are so big that you can end up pouring well over a standard 5-ounce pour. Here are three healthy hacks that can help you pour—and drink—a little less, without even realizing it. Cheers!

5 Reasons to Love Dark Leafy Greens

Monday, August 24th, 2015
5 Reasons to Love Dark Leafy Greens Blog Post

Dark leafy greens—like kale, spinach and collards—are some of the most nutritious foods you can eat. They’re packed with fiber and vitamins A, C and K. One serving is 2 cups of raw greens or 1 cup of cooked. We love them in these recipes and also because they can help us stay healthy.
Pictured: Spanakopita Loaded Potatoes

20 Recipes with Dark Leafy Greens