Summer is the perfect time to eat more fruits and vegetables. Produce is at its peak of flavor and typically goes on sale this time of year. Dr. Chappell takes us on a tour around the Station Park Harmons in Farmington to talk about the healthiest produce choices and how to pick them.
Move over burgers, there are plenty of other foods that love the grill, too. Barbecue season is well underway and if you’re itching for something a little different this weekend, try a few of these unexpected foods that can take the heat.
You’re exercising and you’re eating right, so why aren’t you losing weight? According to Dr. Jim Bledsoe of Ogden Clinic, it may be because you’re not getting the right kind of exercise.
Amid the fad diets and infomercial exercise equipment, it’s often difficult to know what’s actually healthy. But with the help of Dr. Christopher Davis of Ogden Clinic, you can learn the basics of regular exercise and healthy eating.
There are a couple hundred reasons to up your vegetable intake, but nobody needs to tell you that. We all understand that vegetables are undoubtedly “good for us.” But despite their amazing health benefits, many of us struggle to hit the recommended amount each day. The very nutrients that plague veggies with a “boring” or “bitter” flavor are what make them so healthy!
The holiday food coma is over and many of us are well into a routine of healthier habits. The New Year serves as a catalyst for lifestyle changes including two very popular resolutions: shedding weight and eating sensibly. But with any change comes challenge.
Here are 10 must-know facts about obesity and medical weight loss that can turn your weight loss resolution into a reality.