Some schools are beginning to send information to families via “report cards” in an effort to motivate parents regarding their child’s weight issues. The good news is that the strategy seems to be working.
For years you’ve been hearing that you should eat a diet high in carbohydrates. Now you’ve heard the opposite—that protein is king—from doctors, researchers and the media alike. What’s the straight answer? Can popular high-protein diets like the Atkins diet help you lose weight? Get the facts below from Amy Paturel, MS, MPH, nutrition consultant, educator and counselor.
Take one dose of vitamin E daily and exercise regularly. That’s the prescription for staying young and healthy, according to a new study that appeared in the July issue of Biological Research for Nursing.
When was the last time you heard a toddler say she couldn’t come out to play because she was having a bad hair day? How many young kids do you know who’ll refuse an ice-cream cone because they want to squeeze into their “skinny jeans”?
We’ve all been told that what we eat for breakfast can have a profound effect on our energy levels for the rest of the day. Now the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR) is calling for Americans to rethink their breakfast choices in order to get the nutrients needed to ward off serious diseases, such as cancer, stroke and heart disease.