Written on March 24, 2017
Instead of thinking about what you can't eat this Lent season, focus on what you can have. "Lent can be a time of year to crawl out of a food rut and explore new foods," said Molly Sleger, registered dietitian with Swedes.
Written on March 18, 2017
Of course it feels good to share a hearty laugh, but did you know it's good for your body, too?
Written on March 9, 2017
St. Patrick's Day is just around the corner and the popular Shamrock Shake is now available for a limited time. But, do you know what is really in one of these beloved drinks?
Written on March 3, 2017
If you're ever stumped for new healthy foods to try, refer to this list as there are plenty of foods from A to Z for nutritional variety.
Written on February 17, 2017
Take heart, ladies! You have the power to take charge of your health.
Written on February 10, 2017
Antioxidant is a buzzword in nutrition talk these days. They're the nutrient that keeps our cells healthy. They can help fight cardiovascular disease, some types of cancer, and macular degeneration.
Written by Amanda Bush, MD on February 7, 2017
It's true: Women actually do get more migraines than men. Why? It's because their hormones fluctuate more, triggering those painful headaches. Whenever estrogen levels rise or drop rapidly, it can cause a migraine.
Written on February 3, 2017
Barely a month after those healthy New Year's resolutions took effect, Super Bowl food can be intimidating. But SwedishAmerican dietitian Molly Sleger says it's all about prioritizing and planning.
Written on January 27, 2017
We know it can be tough to get your family to eat the recommended 5 to 9 fruits and vegetables each day. But there's good reason to boost your veggie intake: Vegetables are high in fiber and water, making us feel full and lowering cholesterol.
Written on January 21, 2017
Fight off the winter chill and boost your health with a cup of tea!