With soda and fruit-flavored drinks off the table, milk seems like the logical healthy beverage choice for preschool age children. In moderation, it is. Certain beverages can be a sneaky source of empty calories that
Key lifestyle habits can greatly reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes. Contributing to a variety of health complications, including heart disease, kidney problems and stroke, type 2 diabetes has a critical impact on the
According to the National Cancer Institute, obesity may increase your likelihood of developing certain cancers. But losing those extra pounds may help you reduce your risk. “Every year, we are getting increasing knowledge that indicates
Set yourself up for nutritional success by adopting an eating plan that factors you into the equation. The new year is here, along with lofty aspirations to rebuild your body, remodel your diet or revamp
Many New Years resolutions often focus on healthy eating, and one particular diet plan has again drawn praise from medical experts for its ability to help prevent diseases such as diabetes and heart disease —
The New Year is here! Are you ready for a new you? Learn about New Year’s resolutions to help you develop healthy habits in 2016.
The parties! The food! The alcohol! You want to have a memorable New Year’s celebration, but you don’t want to remember it for the wrong reasons. Celebrating the new year is a time-honored tradition, but
Before you open canned soup, make sure you know what’s inside. When cold weather sets in, many of us are tempted to eat canned soup. It’s a warm and reliable go-to comfort food. But store-bought