Healthy news about dressings and sauces

Studies show that salads and vegetables are even more nutritious when served with tasty dressings sauces and condiments. 

Get healthy with the help of a salad a day and the USDA Dietary Guidelines

Every five years, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) releases their Dietary Guidelines for Americans. In January of 2016, they released the guidelines for 2015-2020 to guide people towards a healthier lifestyle and to help reduce the risk of chronic diseases. Here are a few ways the USDA suggests bettering your diet.

Start your metabolism and your day with a salad

Although breakfast may be the most difficult meal to fit into your schedule, the old adage of it being “the most important meal of the day” rings true according to researchers at Michigan State University. A study performed at the University found that the consumption of a well-rounded breakfast can decrease a persons’ risk for diabetes and heart disease.

Fighting Heart Disease with Salad Dressing

I am what you would call a ‘health fact nut.’ I love finding random health tidbits on the internet that can inspire me to improve my diet and give me the mental push to continue with my healthy eating habits. Recently, I came across some new information which really inspired me to kick my salad-noshing habits into gear.

Find time to cook healthy with three simple tips!

By: Carolyn Reynaud MS, RD, LD. Carolyn is a registered dietitian specialized in preventative wellness and health promotion. Her main passion is nutrition for sustainable and realistic weight management.

Dietary Guidelines for Americans

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are issued by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). ...