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.
June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Month. With summer starting and lots of fresh, colorful produce coming into season, it’s a great time to focus on all the delicious ways to add more fruits and vegetables to your meals, snacks, and even desserts!
We’re clearing up some confusion on eating fats (like coconut oil) when you are trying to eat healthy.
Want to eat healthy? Try cooking at home! Cooking at home can give you more control over what gets added to your food. And, if you try healthy recipes, cooking at home is a great way to be creative and add color, flavor, and fun to your life.
June is National Fresh Fruit and Vegetable month! This month, we're celebrating the many ways you can add color to your plate with bright fruits and flavorful vegetables. From adding fruits and vegetables at breakfast to discovering produce enjoyed around the world we’ll give you lots of ideas throughout the month.