EatingWell Blogs (Page 264)
My dad’s family is from Norway and for as long as I can remember we’ve been eating fish balls, fish puddings, pickled fish, fish in a tube and fish in a can. Most people thought it was a little weird.
But these days, I’m feeling less like an outcast when I bust open a can of fish, especially sardines. I know a lot of you have strong feelings about sardines, but want to know why I love them?
These days everyone’s trying to get more omega-3 fats in their diet, because they benefit your heart and your brain. Click here for delicious recipes to help you eat more of these super-healthy omega-3 fats. Sardines to the...read full post »
I love, love, love those “how-to at every age” articles in women’s magazines: what to wear in your 20s, 30s, 40s and 50s, how to decorate your house, which haircut, lipstick, nail polish, etc. is the most appropriate. I don’t know why I’m so drawn to these articles, but what’s great about them is that some fashion/decor/beauty expert has boiled down what I need to know into a super-short list of recommendations that I will (hopefully!) remember.
So, at the risk of sounding like a nutrition know-it-all, I’m now using my expertise as a registered dietitian to contribute with my list of must-eat foods for every woman at every age.
My disclaimer: these are just the highlights. Get more details on...read full post »
As much as we try really hard in the EatingWell Test Kitchen to use the entire “thing” when we call for an ingredient (e.g., we like to call for a whole can of broth, an entire vegetable, etc.), sometimes we just can’t. And since I cook at home most nights, often from recipes, I know how annoying and wasteful that can be if I don’t think of a good way to use the leftovers before they go bad. I’ve composted my share of wilted celery bunches, dumped out moldy marinara sauce and forgotten about more than one half-used lemon in the back of my produce drawer. Here are some recipes to help you use up common leftover ingredients so you can eat well and save money.
Use up your leftover cabbage... After you cut into a head, wrap it up tightly and stick it in the refrigerator for up to a couple of weeks. When...read full post »
On April 9, the folks at Grist.com reported that they’d contacted Princeton researcher Bart Hoebel to address objections raised by physiologist Karen Teff, P.h.D of the Monell Chemical Senses Center in my previous blog post about Hoebel’s new study on high-fructose corn syrup causing weight gain in rats. In fact, we’d posted Dr. Hoebel’s comments on our site 8 days earlier on April 1. If you missed Hoebel’s response, here it is below.
(And if you...read full post »
We’ve all had those days, sometimes even weeks, when we find ourselves endlessly hungry. When it takes a lot of food to fill you up.
That was me earlier this week. In a single day I ate two breakfasts, lunch, an afternoon snack, came home from work feeling so starved that I practically ate a whole dinner just “snacking” on what I was cooking for dinner—and then ate dinner. I like to eat, but this was so excessive I began to search for a reason: Am I pregnant? Could I have developed an overactive thyroid overnight? The hypochondriac in me had a field day, until, duh(!), I remembered a recent study that we covered in EatingWell: splurging on greasy, fatty foods can rev your appetite...read full post »