The Truth About Vitamin D

Wouldn’t it be great if one vitamin could build stronger bones and protect against diabetes, multiple sclerosis, cancer, heart disease,

Frozen Vegetables Are Hot!

Chill out: Veggies from the freezer are fast, easy and convenient. Read on… By Elaine Magee*, MPH, RD You’re running around

5-Minute Easy Cheesy Broccoli-Rice Bake

This recipe takes plain brown rice to another level with broccoli florets, organic creamy broccoli soup, sharp cheddar cheese and

Healthier Desserts

1/13 Berries and Cream It’s a classic combo. Berries are sweet, juicy, and low in calories. They also have many

How to Fuel for an Indoor Rowing Race

Rowing & Regatta nutritionist Jacqueline Birtwisle shares her tips on how to fuel in the lead up to and on

Know your Leafy Greens

1/16 What’s So Great About Greens? They’re super foods at their finest, rich in all kinds of vitamins and minerals. High

Make your own Pumpkin and Lentil Soup – Great Recovery Meal

This delicious pumpkin and lentil soup recipe is perfect as the weather gets colder and is also a great recovery

Health Benefits of Pumpkin

1/12 Beta Carotene Boost Just like their orange cousins, the carrot and the sweet potato, pumpkins are rich in beta

Heath Benefits of Hot Peppers

1/15 Banish Migraines Spray hot pepper up your nose? Sure, it may sting. But it also may stop your migraine pain.

Best and Worst Salads for Your Health

“The fruit adds sweetness and antioxidants. The nuts give you protein, fiber, and healthy fat. This mix of nutrients makes