Brian Baumgartner is leaning into his “chili guy” identity that formed as a result of the iconic scene in NBC’s “The Office” where his character, Kevin Malone, spills a full vat of the stuff all over the office floor.
Creative Dining Services is using the month of March to educate individuals on the “good fat, not low fat” dietary approach.
The company’s goal — drawing inspiration from the Menus of Change initiative from The Culinary Institute of America and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health — is to
Botanically, potatoes are a vegetable, but nutritionally, they’re mostly carbohydrates, which is probably why you won’t find them at the top of any “healthiest foods” lists. A medium-size russet potato with the skin contains 164 calories and 37 grams (g) of carbs, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)
A heart-healthy eating pattern is one that is balanced in all of the food groups including fruits, vegetables, whole grains and high-fiber starches, low-fat dairy, lean protein and healthy fats. Here are some tips to support your body’s hardest working muscle — your heart!
Fruits and veggies: The nutrients in
So, is it still all about “You are what you eat?”
Well, it depends if you’re practicing heart-healthy eating habits, according to the American Heart Association’s “2021 Dietary Guidance to Improve Cardiovascular Health.” The 10-point guide released Tuesday suggests that, yes, the benefits of eating healthy reduce the
Milk can stay safe to consume for several days past the expiration date. Expiration dates on food and drink products relate to their quality rather than their safety. Drinking spoiled milk can make people unwell, but it is typically easy to tell when milk is bad.
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In a time where everything on our social feed is visual, food trends quickly morph into statements: That stack of pancakes gets a designer twist, while plain old noodles get turned into trending chips. We’re also in an era of climate change, which means that recreating the latest food trends