When it comes to facilitating weight loss, improving body composition and avoiding some chronic diseases, foods rich in monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats are a wholesome, welcome addition to a balanced diet. Learn about recent research that supports this very topic!
On January 7, 2016, the USDA issued the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA). Published every five years, these recommendations are based on the most up-to-date scientific information and widely used by health professionals and policymakers to help Americans make healthy food and beverage choices. Take a quick look at the key messages regarding fats and oils.
Approximately half of Americans set New Year?s resolutions each year. While change doesn?t come easily, achieving a healthier heart doesn?t have to be complicated. Help your clients and colleagues get their ticker into tip top shape into 2016 with three basic strategies.
Football season is a favorite time of year for many people. However, many find it difficult to stick to healthy habits while watching the games. Nutrition professionals have the unique opportunity to help clients form a healthy game plan during football season. Good Fats 101 is here to support those efforts, providing heart healthy strategies to add to your clients? playbook on game day.
Many consumers are confused about what vegetable oil is, and how it compares to other oils like canola, olive or sunflower. Keep reading to get clarification on this matter and help consumers make informed decisions.