A recent study from Cornell University showed that people use food to maintain or regain a good mood. If you’re already in a good mood, you tend to eat more healthfully than if you’re in a bad mood. Understanding why we make bad food choices in bad moods can help us to make better choices.
How do you turn a “bad mood food brood” into a healthier choice? What strategies do you offer clients who struggle with poor food choices dictated by mood?
Share your story with [email protected]
Scientists found that children who were introduced to a high dose of gluten from age 4 months did not develop...
Research on vitamin D benefits has linked it to improved bone health and lower cancer risk. Now, it appears to...
Whole grains help maintain healthier body composition and better health, making this power salmon bowl full of good nutrition.
Subscribe to our Newsletter
Stay up tp date with our latest news and products.