Writer and nutritionist Vicki Shanta Retelny says you can put exciting, easy-to-prepare and healthy items in that lunchbox.
Besides cow milk, consumers have alternatives made from coconut, soy, rice and almonds. But which is the best?
A new study by researchers at Children’s Memorial Hospital offers a dietary alternative for parents who don’t want their hyperactive children treated with medicine.
Think you’ve figured out how to avoid eating too much sugar? Think again. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez talks with a nutritionist for advice.
Nutrition experts say a number of foods contain the raw materials to keep us healthier and looking younger.
With between-meal munching on the rise, and more high-fat, high-calorie fare on the menu, it’s becoming harder for noshers to know where to draw the line between snacks and meals.
Mustard, ketchup and sauerkraut can have redeeming nutritional values.