Believe it or not, cutting fat out of your diet can be a mistake if you’re trying to lose weight. Dietitian Allison Stowell explains why you should keep some fat in your diet and which fats you should seek out.
Many chips are starting to be made with healthier ingredients, and while they’re still only “sometimes” foods, you can use the Guiding Stars to find the healthiest options. Guiding Stars Dietitian Allison Stowell explains why you’re seeing more Guiding Stars in the snack foods aisle.
Having “multigrain” on the label does not necessarily mean that a product has the whole grain nutrition you’re looking for. Take a look at the ingredients list: whole wheat or whole oat flour should be right near the top.
Expert Chef Erin Dow and Scientific Advisor Lori Kaley make a batch of simple Carrot Fries, which are basically roasted carrots. Not only does roasting concentrate the sugars in carrots to make them taste sweeter, kids are just more willing to try a vegetable if you call it a fry. If you’re planning a healthy Halloween party, why not take the spin one creepy step further and offer the kids Fried Fingers this year?
Expert Chef Erin Dow joins WSCH6 / WLBZ 2 for a “Fit at Five” Lunchbox Makeover. Michelle Belanger is bored with her standby lunch, so Erin shows her two quick and easy recipes to add to her rotation of healthful lunches.
Guiding Stars Expert Chef, Erin Dow, and Scientific Advisor, Lori Kaley, discuss the health benefits of tomatoes and how you can enjoy those benefits in healthier meals than pizza. They discuss three different meals that can be made using Erin’s Roasted Tomato Sauce.
Expert Chef Erin Dow joins Maine channels WCSH6/WLBZ2 to share her simple recipe for Greek yogurt-based dressing.
Expert Chef Erin Dow joins Maine channels WCSH6 / WLBZ2 to speak about comparing snacks to find the most nutritious choices for your family this school year.