If you want picky eaters to load up on healthier fare, a decadent description is far more effective than a bland, health-conscious label.
Food is one area in life where you have full control, but only if you map out a plan—and stick to it.
It can't get more scrumptious or simple: Fresh, clean greens. Hard-boiled eggs. Sweet corn. Diced tomatoes and your choice of veggies.
As the weather cools and you find yourself indoors, don't be so quick to tuck into those chips and other troublesome snacks.
One scoop into a container of dip is more than enough. A second dip with a half-eaten chip or veggie? That's a recipe for disaster.
An assortment of healthy foods—and a little wiggle room for the occasional piece of chocolate cake—might keep your diet on track.
Healthy eating and behaviors—including exercising and not smoking—work in conjunction to keep the body in tip-top shape.
Hard-boiled eggs, small bags of chopped carrots or celery with hummus and a whole apple, orange or banana are good options.
Evidence supports a predominantly plant-based diet, without added sugars or processed foods.
It's OK to take baby steps to improve your diet.
Signs throughout school, on school's website made students three times more likely to use the salad bar.
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