We’ve all seen the claims – eat this for better health or add this for better nutrition. Even junk foods are now disguised as being good for you. So, this Monday we’re getting movin’ by giving our grocery list a face lift with some help from Kowalski’s dietitian, Sue Moores.
The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is one of the better choices in the country for healthy eating options, according to a report released by Harvard University. The report says that nearly 70 percent of the airport’s 70 food venues offer at least one cholesterol-free, plant-based, fiber-packed meal.
This pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
When it comes to maintaining and even enhancing brain health, choosing the right foods is critically important. These five foods will have your brain working in top gear.
The benefits of healthy eating are well known, but buying veggies, fruits and lean protein can be expensive. The cost of nutritious foods cranks up your grocery bill, while fast foods and processed foods are cheap in comparison. So do you sacrifice health to save money?
Dara decided to take a moment and look into her “Foodie Crystal Ball” and share her top 5 trends to look for in 2014!
Though the phrase “have your cake and eat it too” might not be 100 percent accurate, a nutritionist says you should be able to find delicious substitutes for your biggest diet-busting snacks.
It’s back to school for a lot of kids, and it’s important to make sure they’re eating healthy away from the home. Natalie Kane talked with chef Jeff Cruise from Life Cafe at Life Time Fitness for quick and healthy meal ideas.
It’s back to school for a lot of kids, and it’s important to make sure they’re eating healthy away from the home. Breakfast is one of the most important parts of the day, so make sure to get a good start there.
Eating healthy can be hard when you’re busy with work, family and simply living life, but what you don’t want to do is skip a meal.
Summer break is almost here, and when the kids are home from school, that means more mouths to feed. Nutritionist and fitness expert Kim Coventry showed WCCO-TV some funs tips on how we can help our children eat healthy.
Minneapolis Schools are joining the growing list of districts that are reinventing lunch time.
We know the way to lose weight is to cut calories from our diet. But how do we separate the nutrition facts from the myths?
Local schools have been working to introduce more nutritious menus, but getting kids to eat healthier at home can be a different story.
Over the course of his Best of Minnesota segments, WCCO-TV’s Matt Brickman has tried beer, pizza, bloody mary’s and several other foods and drinks that might not be considered the most healthy.
We like the family time. We love the Thanksgiving food. But Thanksgiving dinner is all about choices: do I go with white meat or dark? Sweet potatoes or mashed? Joey Stepnick e-mailed asking: Which of those choices is healthier?
Lifetime Fitness is calling on all local schools to step up its game when it comes to healthy nutrition and exercise.