Science shows that pistachios boast a healthy serving of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and they also contain phytochemicals that serve as antioxidants and lutein to further protect your heart.
This Veterans Day, as we pause to honor the sacrifice of our active duty military, veterans, and their families, it is also important to recognize the struggles that come with the uncertainty of military life.
While it's true not every man feels the need to consume meat with every meal, in my own practice I find a lot of women who report having a hard time making a switch to a more plant-based diet due to resistance from their husbands.
We're all familiar with U.S. food labels, and they've come a long way in how they inform consumers. But, as a vegetarian and registered dietitian now living in England, I've seen how much more labels can do to educate consumers.
I also decided to take a break from my boxed latke tradition and give a new "grown-up" latkes a try, made with a variety of root vegetables and lightly fried to remind me of my own roots.
Moving isn't easy. Sticking to a healthy, well-balanced diet while moving is even harder. Trust me! As a registered dietitian and veteran of several international moves, I know what I'm talking about.
Jewish holidays can be tricky overseas, especially when you don't live near a Jewish community. And since I live in rural northern Japan, my options are limited.
I know many people think of kiwis as a summertime or tropical fruit. The good news is that they can be enjoyed year-round.
This dish is very hearty and satisfying, which is perfect days when the temperatures are getting lower.
These are super fun for kids, but can be easily enjoyed by adults, too.