There are a host of emotional benefits to eating dinner together as a family, and they include increased resilience, higher self-esteem and better academic performances for children.
From eggs to oats to super green smoothies, nutritionists enjoy all kinds of healthy (and tasty) eats for their morning meal. The one thing the meals have in common? They exist.
It seems as if everyone is going to great lengths to avoid gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, rye and many processed foods.
We’ve rounded up five superfoods to keep you healthy and warm this month and asked Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokesperson Vandana Sheth, RD, CDE, for some tips on the best ways to prepare them.
Thinking about adopting a purely plant-based diet?