Incorporate the Dietary Guidelines for Americans into your Life
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans is a publication of health oriented recommendations that are written every five years, first debuting in 1980. The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Department of Agriculture (USDA) are responsible for producing these guidelines. The objective to these guidelines is to provide...
New Food Ranking System, NuVal, Makes Nutritional Food Choices Easy to Find
When you walk into your grocery store, you're likely to pass by upwards of 45,000 different products. Each of these has a different food label, listing its nutritional values. All of this can be overwhelming, and often times, is the reason so many of us speed through the market without paying too much attention to what we're throwing...
A quick and easy do-ahead dessert that is also good for you! Mind your health and wellness with a traditional dessert that combines delicious ingredients without sacrificing your diet. Suitable for Diabetics!
Save money and calories by making your own Oatmeal blend, with high-fiber apples and raisins. Every successful dieter knows the key to weight loss is a healthy breakfast. Oatmeal is also known to lower cholesterol!
This recipe takes a little extra planning, but the results are worth it! Chewy, dense, moist and flavorful, they are everything you want in a cookie, and more, as they are free of refined sugar. Perfect for a diabetic diet, or someone who is mindful of sugar intake!