Current Nutrition Action Healthy Tips
Nine out of ten of them don’t know it
Caitlin Dow • February 20, 2017 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Diabetes and Diet
People have prediabetes if their blood sugar is higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Prediabetes puts you on the road to developing Read More
It's not as simple as it seems
Leah Ettman • February 17, 2017 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Calories in Food
“Lighter” menus get an upgrade
Many chains offer just five or six “lighter” entrées. But a handful have more. Here’s a few worth trying to keep calories in check without sacrificing Read More
Try one of these 4 flavor-packed recipes.
Kate Sherwood • February 15, 2017 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Healthy Recipes
Raise your hand if you tend to overcook (and under-season) cruciferous vegetables like broccoli.
Guilty? Here are three tempting sides of broccoli—and one of broccolini—from The Healthy Cook, Kate Sherwood. They’ll Read More
And how to keep yours from climbing
Caitlin Dow • February 13, 2017 • Read Comments (2)
Topic: Heart and Disease
Why worry about high blood pressure if you haven’t been diagnosed with it? Because, odds are, you eventually will be.
“Over time, 90 percent of people in this country develop hypertension,” Read More
Add these timesavers to your grocery list
Leah Ettman • February 10, 2017 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: What to Eat
Finally. Beans, peas, and other legumes are trending. Maybe it’s because people are looking for more plant protein. Maybe it’s because pre-cooked or canned beans are ready in a matter Read More
Have you tried Cara Cara oranges?
Lindsay Moyer • February 8, 2017 • Read Comments (2)
Topic: What to Eat
When it comes to nutrient-packed fruits, oranges are in the top 10 (along with guavas, watermelons, kiwis, papayas, grapefruits, kumquats, cantaloupes, lychees, and strawberries).
And around this time of year, oranges Read More
David Schardt • February 6, 2017 • Be the First to Comment
Topic: Food Safety
Traces of 51 drugs have been detected in the wastewater that Burlington, Vermont, residents flush or pour down their drains and that ends up in Lake Champlain. Researchers at the Read More
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