The Nordic Diet has some similarities with the Mediterranean Diet, largely because they’re both plant-forward. However, they do differ in some key ways. Check out what research on the Nordic Diet reveals about its impact on health. Plus, how you can incorporate aspects of the Nordic Diet into your own eating plan.
May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. It’s a time when the Celiac community comes together to improve understanding of this difficult disease. It also places a spotlight on recent research and highlight questions yet to be answered.
The loss of muscle over time, known as sarcopenia, begins around age forty, with a loss of 3-5% per decade. Focusing on maintaining muscle mass prevents significant loss from occurring and negatively impacting our overall health as we age. Here is how to maintain your muscle.
You don’t have to revamp your entire way of eating each season. Yet, there’s something nice about tweaking a few things and taking a new approach. Here are three fresh ideas to add something healthy to your life this spring.
The shift in seasons brings a timely change for home chefs. The weather always inspires and influences what we create in the kitchen. Now is the perfect time to start enjoying the many dishes that bring spring colors to our plates.
Most people have heard of Magnesium and know we need it, but it doesn’t get much consideration compared to other minerals like calcium or iron. However, it’s the 4th most common mineral in our bodies and a new health claim has pulled it into the spotlight.
Eating with intention means eating with a plan that goes beyond just trying to figure out what to make for dinner. It’s about meeting a goal and intentionally making choices that help you work toward balanced eating and a healthy diet.
Take a Walk in the Park Day is a perfect time to get outside, enjoy the warming temps, and reconnect with nature. The experience even benefits your health.