Did you know that what you eat can affect the quality of your sleep? It’s true! Research shows that the nutrients you consume and the dietary choices you make play a vital role in promoting restful nights.
Genetics and lifestyle play a significant role in the daily habits and behaviors you do. However, the lifestyle you live significantly influences how much effect your genetics have on these habits.
In order to avoid getting tripped up by the overwhelming selection of food options in airports, follow these food strategies to ensure long lasting energy and immune support throughout your travels.
Thanksgiving week is here, and we want you to enjoy this holiday with your loved ones, guilt free.So we asked our PRO Medical 20/20 LifeStyle Dietitians for some of their favorite Thanksgiving recipes, and were surprised that simple swaps can help you enjoy your meal, and stay on track. Lightened up Green Bean Casserole A […]
There is a reason the Mediterranean Diet is so highly desired and promoted by dietitians and doctors. This diet has substantial evidence to support its health benefits; benefits include reduction of risk for metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular disease, strokes, some neuro-degenerative diseases, and cancers.
Blueberries are often highly recommended by dietitians and health professionals for their potent antioxidants and health benefits.
Strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, and blackberries are bite-size, tasty and colorful. In addition, they are bursting with nutrients including high levels of antioxidants thanks to their vibrant color.
Eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to deprive yourself from your favorite things. With these tips, you can reduce the calories, added sugar and saturated fat content of baked goods.
What’s the best part about the holiday season? The presents? The decorations? Let’s be honest – it’s the food. There is no need to miss out, or deprive yourself from your favorite treats. Keep yourself energized this season… without the sugar rush.
The holidays are truly upon us. The first (and most challenging perhaps?) of which is Thanksgiving. So in the spirit of weight and health maintenance, we wanted to share a few meal ideas to inspire you.