I just came back from the North American Menopause Society’s (NAMS) 30th annual conference in Chicago. In the three days I was there, I learned about the latest research surrounding peri-menopause and menopause. The subject is vast and we know that for every woman menopause and the years surrounding it are a time of change. …
Contains added protein and Has 10 g protein/serving are just some claims we can read on food packaging today. But what do these numbers really mean in context of a whole day’s eating? How much is enough?
Have you ever wanted to host a party which gets everyone cooking? What about planning a cooking event with friends or co-workers based on healthy recipes? Have you ever wanted to learn about nutrition while you cook? Well, look no further than Emma’s 5 tips for party planning!
Can food boost your mood? Absolutely, especially if these are foods which increase the feel-good hormone serotonin in the brain or can help decrease cortisol, our stress hormone. The 6 feel-good fuel sources to boost your mood that we are talking about are complex carbohydrates, omega three fatty acids, dark chocolate and foods containing folate or vitamin D and water.
Emma Fogt Award-Winning Expert Nutrition for Personal, Professional and Corporate Success shares with us her favorite breakfast to start each day. You will love this breakfast idea packed with fiber and protein to fuel you up for success!
The USDA New Dietary Guidelines are hot off the press!
This simple article lists healthier alternatives to your common Chinese food.
Emma shares a recipe that can help you make your own delicious Power Bars.
Pay attention to what you eat. Focusing on your food can change your entire outlook.
The government has made some new changes to the Nutrition Facts label. Check them out!