Ever wonder why you may feel different after eating different foods? Our bodies and minds are closely linked, and good foods create good moods.
You can sneak nutrition into meals by replacing junk food with more healthy versions of snacks and finding low fat, high fiber alternatives.
What is cholesterol and how much of it are kids allowed to have? Children’s National Hospital dietitian Angela Boadu, RD, LDN/LD, answers this question.
Like other parts of the body, the brain can be affected negatively by excess weight.
Plant-based products are emerging as the new popular food choice for meat-eaters and non-meat-eaters alike, but they may not be the smarter choice for your kid.