Prevent Overeating When You’re Working From Home

A nutritionist suggests 5 healthy work-from-home eating tips.   Working from home is one of the most important ways to help flatten the curve and get the coronavirus pandemic under control. But being out of your usual routine, having constant access to food, and being this stressed out can lead to some serious overindulging. If your eating[…]

Boost Your Energy and Immunity with These 13 Super “Blue” Foods

Staying healthy can start with what you put into your mouth. By fueling your body with vitamins, antioxidants, and nutrient-dense foods, you’ll be setting yourself up for both short-term (fending off a cold or the flu) and long-term (reducing risk of chronic illness) health.]   Try to eat three to five of these “Super Blue[…]

4 Things to Put on Your Sandwich; and 3 Things to Leave off

Condiments and Bread Choices Increase Calories in a Sandwich   Sandwiches can be nutritious, and they’re especially great when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare a meal. The problem? Sneaky add-ons! Here’s help choosing the best ingredients for your next sandwich.   Do you pack yourself a sandwich for lunch every day? Bringing[…]

Reasons That Nutrient Density Is the Key to Healthy Eating

What Makes Superfoods so Super Nutrient density refers to the level of nutrition per some specific volume of food. Nutrient-dense foods have lots of nutrients, generally with fewer calories. All those superfoods you’ve heard about are nutrient-dense. Energy-dense foods have more calories for the volume of food and fewer nutrients.   How Nutrient Density Works You’re hungry,[…]