Can you believe it’s already back-to-school season? Start the school year off right with these 9 tips for back-to-school success. In this post, we not only talk about how to eat healthy, but we also touch on topics that matter to your child’s well-being.
You deserve healthier options where you and your family live, work, learn, play, and heal. When it comes to healthier snacking, momentum is building. We know that more and more food companies are offering healthier options.
When you walk down the grocery aisle these days (or head to a specialty food store) you will see a lot of hype around a variety of salts. You can now buy salt that are many different colors, shapes, and sizes: pink Himalayan salt, black lava salt, grey Celtic salt, flaky fleur de sel, coarse sea salt, even smoked salt! Some varieties of salt claim to have less sodium than table salt. In this post, we’ll talk about the hype and the science behind the sodium content of these salts.
Many of us want to eat healthy, but, how do you cut through the noise about what to eat (and what not to eat)?
Food should give you energy – not weigh you down! With a few simple changes, you can make eating healthy your easiest habit. We’re here to share with you the easy way to eat healthy.
Ahh. Summer is in full swing! We hope you are enjoying some fun in the sun. But, is something missing when you are staying active outside? I know! It’s that cool beverage by your side. But remember, sodium doesn’t just come in food form. Both beverages and food can have excess sodium.
We’re feeding America’s potential by slashing sodium, saturated fat, and calories and increasing fruits, vegetables and whole grains.
This post was written by our guest blogger, Annette Gray, Leader Culinary Innovation and Research and Development Chef for Aramark.
This week, we celebrate independence in many forms. On today’s post, we are going to talk about seven tips you can use to eat clean and break free from salt in the process!
It’s almost July 4. What a great time of year to enjoy your right to control the ingredients in your food. The #BreakUpWithSalt campaign encourages you to take back control of your food this Independence Day.
Making healthy choices when eating out can be a challenge. Diners are often left to guess how many calories a food contains, or which dish is lower in sodium, sugar, and saturated fat.