A “healthy snack” sounds like an oxymoron. The two words seem to be on opposite ends. But that does not have to be the case. In this recipe from the American Institute for Cancer Research, whole grains are combined with ...
Salads can be more than just lettuce and tomatoes. This salad combines fruit and lettuce with seeds and nuts.
This recipe of brown rice and vegetables is low in fat and sodium but high in protein and fiber.
Calcium is the most common mineral in the body and is responsible not only for healthy bones but for functions of the heart, muscles and nerves.
This recipe for Cypriot Chicken Kebabs is a good source of protein and fiber. The veggies also contain antioxidants that are considered cancer-fighting agents.
African Americans are more than three times as likely as whites to develop kidney failure. Once kidney function falls below a certain level, the only options for treatment are dialysis and transplantation.
Garlic is noted not only for its flavor and smell, but for its health benefits as well. Garlic has been found to reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease and certain cancers.
Although breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, it is estimated that 31 million people take a pass. Skipping breakfast, however, can trigger excessive hunger and low blood sugar.
This Szechuan chicken stir fry is inexpensive and easy to make and a good source of potassium, fiber and protein.
Sugar is the body’s source of energy. You can’t live without it, but the type and amount of sugar you consume is key to good health.
Consumption of a variety of fruits and veggies is key to good health
A heart-healthy recipe that is easy to make and low in saturated fats and sodium
Sodium, more commonly known as salt, can make some foods taste so much better, but it doesn’t do much for one’s health. Excess salt, especially when paired with reduced amounts of potassium, can increase the risk of high blood pressure. ...
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's app "Ask the Nutritionist: Recipes for Fighting Cancer" has great recipes and helpful advice from nutritionist. Here's a recipe available on the app - Squash Crostini
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's popular free nutrition app, Ask the Nutritionist: Recipes for Fighting Cancer, is now available for Android platform. The Inside Out Taco recipe is one sample of the recipes available on the app.