If you’re interested in gaining the benefits of soy foods or are looking to add more plant-based proteins to your meal plan, consider adding Tempeh to your next grocery list.
Today, soy is available in a variety of food products in the U.S., including milk, ice cream, miso,
burgers, oil, soy sauce, tofu, and edamame. Sitting behind these products is much confusion,
including for midlife woman, as to whether soy is beneficial or harmful to health. Here’s the
straight talk on soy and midlife women’s health.
Looking to get a leg up in your workouts, maximizing their effectiveness and ramping up your fitness level? Research suggests these supplements may make a difference in our workout routine.
As National Family Meals Month™ kicks off, it’s likely you’ll see headlines and social posts about the many benefits for kids in eating together as a family, however it’s defined. But what about adults? Are there benefits or disadvantages to sitting down to dinner with loved ones more frequently?
Zucchini is fresh and readily available at this time of year! Annette Maggi, MS, RD, LD, FAND and Chief Science Officer at b-untethered shares this new fav recipe that she’s using with all the zucchini she gets from her CSA. Make a batch or two and enjoy for breakfast topped with eggs, at lunch or dinner as a side to a grilled protein, or plain as a snack.
A new study published this month in JAMA Internal Medicine found that individuals who practiced time-restricted eating (TRE) but consumed all their calories earlier in the day lost more weight than those who also practiced TRE but ate later into the day.
3-Ingredient Banana Pancakes As we lose estrogen, the body becomes less efficient at processing carbohydrates. This requires a shift in our eating habits to lower carbs to no more than 40% of calories each day. One delicious alternative to a traditionally high carb food is “3-ingredient banana pancakes.” To make, mix 2 egg whites with […]
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) is one of my fave organizations. They prioritize taking care of the planet and eliminating animal cruelty. This week, they posted a startling statistic: “a new report finds that poor diet is a global epidemic, responsible for more deaths than tobacco.” (citing The Lancet). My reaction: good job America. […]