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Recent research shows that consumption of Vitamin D may be beneficial in preventing osteoporosis, high blood pressure and cancer -- yet millions of children and adults aren't getting enough, and many of them have serious deficiencies.
Low in fat and packed with protein and vitamin-rich veggies, these dinners are perfect for your post-baby nutrition plan. Bonus: They taste so good you can serve them to the whole family.
Achieving a goal like cutting down on caffeine is often as easy as being aware of your habits. Do you automatically get a double latte at the coffee shop? Do you grab a soda in the afternoon when you're feeling tired? Staying mindful of your routines and having good, caffeine-free options available is a great first step.
Calcium is an important mineral for kids and adults alike, but unfortunately, most of us aren't getting enough. Not only is it essential for maintaining healthy bones and teeth, it has also been shown to help prevent cancer and protect the heart. Here are some fun, calcium-rich recipes to help you and your family get the nutrition you need.
Making a conscious effort to eat slower at mealtimes is a great tactic for eating less: Research has shown that eating at a slower pace results in consumption of fewer calories. Ingredients that are rich in protein, fiber or whole grains make hearty meals that fill you up and won't leave you reaching for seconds.
There are plenty of healthy and delicious ways to boost the iron content in your diet, including consumption of leafy dark green vegetables, beef and certain seafoods. All of our recommended recipes contain ingredients that are rich in iron and taste great.
Moms who run on coffee and wine, listen up!
So you think whole grains are all about blah brown rice and dry bran muffins? Dump the bad attitude and discover all the really delicious (and oh-so-healthy) things you can cook.
We break down the dietary guidelines update into 10 easy changes you can make right now.
No time to cook after you welcome your baby? No problem. This meal delivery service--which caters to postpartum women--has you covered.