Blog posts tagged “diet:”
Fruits and vegetables are a staple in a healthy diet, but fresh, unwashed produce can harbor bacteria, fungi, and other microbes in addition to trace amounts of chemicals. Washing your produce before you eat it will help remove dirt, bacteria, garden pests and residual pesticides.
March is National Nutrition Month, and I challenge you this spring to start training your taste buds to Savor the Flavor of the foods we eat by avoiding unhealthy additives.
Enjoy this tasty and heart-healthy recipe from Eddy Rodriguez, cycling instructor, AtlantiCare LifeCenter
Enjoy this tasty and heart-healthy recipe from Melissa Hutchison, primary care physician, AtlantiCare Primary Care Plus
Enjoy this delicious and heart healthy recipe from Laura Engelmann, MHA
Enjoy this tasty and heart-healthy recipe from Maribel Maldonado, wellness specialist with AtlantiCare Health Engagement
How many times have you thought to yourself – or said aloud to someone as you incredulously shook your head, “That looks like a heart attack on a plate!”? My colleagues have shared their favorite healthy recipes. We invite you to share your recipes and pictures of your heart-healthy culinary creations with AtlantiCare Well4Life, too.
Not eating gluten has become trendy — but how do you know if a gluten-free diet is right for you?
Question: Which nutrient in the foods you eat is a bigger threat to your heart health: added sugar or saturated fat?