Whether you’re on a weight loss journey or looking to maximize your health, putting a focus on nutrition can be an impactful way to reach your goals.
Summer vacation is about indulgence. You want to treat yourself on a hard-earned vacation. For many of us, the hard part is finding the right balance between healthy eating and indulgence.
If you're working toward living an overall healthier lifestyle, it's important to make the most out of every trip to the grocery store. PartnerMD health coach Sarah Brawley offers six tips for healthier grocery shopping.
Everyone wants to live a healthy, long life. We often implement diet, exercise, and other lifestyle changes to achieve this goal. However, setbacks and stumbling blocks can cause us to get discouraged. As a result, many health and wellness goals are often abandoned before encouraging progress is made.
Leading nutrition specialists and physicians are repeatedly discussing the role that nutrition has in preventing illness and disease. But sometimes this can feel easier said than done. You find yourself asking: “What does ‘eating well’ actually entail? And how do I know which specific foods and nutrients will help prevent disease?”
In school, we learned the fable of the grasshopper and the ant. While the ant put away food for winter, the grasshopper lived only for the moment. In the end, the grasshopper didn’t fare too well. We can think about taking care of our bodies as we age the same way. To live our best lives as we age, we have to plan for the long haul to avoid pain and disease later in life.
While in the south, the word “sugar” may be an affectionate greeting, in the world of science and food, sugar can be both dangerous and deadly.
One thing I've noticed when I meet with patients is their mystery at reading a food label. What are we looking for? How should we evaluate added sugars? Watch this video and read on to learn more.