10 January 2017 Same Old, same Old? How to Get Out of Your Cooking Rut

Same old, same old? Are you in a cooking rut? Try this fundamental system to help you attempt new recipes and make faster and healthier meals.

15 March 2016 How do you rate with your home kitchen safety?

Are you taking the time to practice food safety in your home or are you putting your loved ones and yourself at unnecessary risk of foodborne illness. Why not pretend you are a food safety inspector and make a safety check of your home kitchen.

19 January 2016 Set Yourself Up for Healthy Cooking

Yes, home cooked meals are usually healthier than restaurant and prepared meals. Looking for tips to successfully prepare healthy foods at home? Find out how to equip yourself with kitchen tools and learn about key staples for the pantry, refrigerator and freezer. Learn how to make food tasty and adventurous, and hear about simple menu planning tips.

15 December 2015 Why We Should Find Time for Home Cooked Meals

In 2005-08, Americans consumed 32 percent of calories away from home. This is up from 18 percent in 1997-98. There are many reasons individuals obtain their food and drink away from home, including convenience and saving time. Find out why this might be a problem for our health and learn 10 tips for successfully cooking healthy meals at home.

24 July 2015 How is BIG working out for you?

Yes, we are the nation of abundance characterized by big houses, big cars, big trucks, big motorhomes, big televisions, big couches, big farms, big tractors, and big wigs with big money. We also have big burgers, big fries, big steaks, big drinks, big muffins, big candy bars, big potatoes, big melons, big apples, big plates, big bowls…and yes, big people. In many instances, bigger can be better, but in the nutrition world, it often creates a BIG problem. Strategies to downsize your portions are essential for weight management while surrounded by big food.

25 September 2014 Tools for the Kitchen and Losing Weight

Bring out the big tools in the kitchen that will help you save the day, get healthy, and lose weight!

25 February 2014 10 Things to Clear Out of Your Pantry

Diets are easily sabotaged when tempting high calorie food is within easy reach in the refrigerator or pantry. Here are 10 foods to toss.

13 February 2014 Food-vertising – Is There Honesty in Marketing Foods?

Do you know just how much exposure your kids have to food ads? Do you know how “unhealthy” those ads are? Find out more here.

8 October 2013 Healthy Eating on a Budget: Is It Possible?

Even though the students concluded that healthy eating on a budget is possible, a lifestyle change and planning are required. Enjoy these joint tips on how to plan and shop smart within each of the five food groups!

21 May 2013 Supermarket Dietitians - Providing Nutrition Information Where It Counts!

Did you know that many supermarket chain stores now offer free individual nutrition consultations, nutrition talks, and even diabetes education with a registered dietitian?

28 March 2013 The Healthy Dollar Menu

There really is a healthy dollar menu out there. Check out our 10 suggestions for cheap, healthy foods!

23 October 2012 What Form is Your Fruit & Veggies?

Did you know that there are over 200 varieties of fruits and vegetables? This means a ton of options for flavor and texture! And the best part is that we have the ability to purchase them in many forms — fresh, frozen, canned and dried. Each type has its share of benefits in terms of access, nutrition and cost. Here's what you need to know about fresh, frozen, canned and dried fruit and vegetable options and how each type fits into a healthy diet full of variety.

19 January 2012 Living the Organized Life

Living the Organized Life The New Year always brings with it new aspirations, and for many, a renewed commitment to improving their lives. So what better time than the present to consider how living the simple, organized life can not only improve your state of mind; it can also improve your health.

12 August 2010 The Psychology Behind Surviving the Supermarket

The Psychology Behind Surviving the Supermarket Supermarkets are sneaky. They are laid out in ways that encourage people to spend more money and impulsively buy more food than they need. The first line of defense in eating right is to simply not bring unhealthy foods into your home, but it's not always...

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