While sunlight and supplements are the best sources, we thought you could use an additional boost with some foods with vitamin D, especially with the dreary months ahead.
The misconception of “bigger is better” is leading Americans down a road of obesity and diabetes, and while part of this problem is the content of the food itself, portion sizes contribute to the issue just as much. Here are some real tips on portion control.
Camp Shane at Shane Diet & Fitness Resorts shares some holiday eating tips that will hopefully help all of you get through the holidays feeling healthy satisfied. Get the tips on how to eat more mindfully during the holiday and all throughout the year.
Our food & wellness editor travels to Kohler, Wisconsin, to check out the new Complete Harmony treatment during the Kohler Food & Wine Festival. Read about her food and spa adventures from Jaques Torres and his delicate caramel cages to a relaxing whirlpool bath.
Not only are squash oddly delightful to admire by sight, they’re also satisfyingly buttery and sweet to the palate, in addition to being nutritious sources of beta-carotenes and other vital nutrients.
Halloween is near and among the many things the spooky holiday brings—like costumes, trick or treating, parties and crisp fall nights—are pumpkins and chocolates galore. Instead of letting those prized pumpkins go to waste or unconsciously eating your entire stash of Halloween chocolate once the holiday is said and done, use it in some decadent and truly beneficial DIY spa recipes!
Full of protein from tofu, fiber from spinach and flavors from basil, parsley and garlic, this healthy vegetarian lasagna is nice and simple, both in ingredients and in cooking.
We love hearing about the benefits of blueberries; not only are they delicious and easy to eat, but eating blueberries may inhibit breast cancer tumor growth, according to a recent study published in the October 2011 issue of The Journal Of Nutrition. Try this quick and simple recipe for Blueberry Mousse from Cal-a-Vie in Vista, California.
Simple and easy, this healthy, no-cook salsa recipe holds complex flavors of sweet mixed with savory, spicy and more. Chef Axline recommends using the salsa as a sauce for topping grilled fish, chicken or meats.