The lights, the trees, the jingle-jangle—it can only mean one thing! Diet culture and the weight-loss industry are poised to pounce as the seconds tick down to 2022, leaving positive body image, mental health and hard-earned money in its wake.
Admit it. Like toddlers, we get grumpy when we get hungry. Imagine being a 40-pound metabolic machine who uses carbohydrate faster than your minivan goes through a tank of gas. No wonder toddlers throw fits!
Pistachios may have you thinking green, because this little green nut packs a powerful punch of nutrition benefits. Research suggests the many attributes of pistachios—full of essential nutrients, antioxidants, dietary fiber, protein, and healthy fats—work together to promote good health, reduce the risk of nutrition-related disease, and support an active lifestyle1.
For me Father's Day has always been about being active with my family. Whether we are building a new sandbox or going for a hike as we have in Father's days previously it is all about spending quality, engaging, and active time together.
March is National Nutrition Month®, and this year’s theme is “Go Further with Food.” This concept really resides with Sarah Galicki, registered dietitian and medical weight management coordinator at the Center for Obesity and Metabolic Surgery, University of Texas Medical Branch.