This is a debate that has been going on for years: Should we eat butter or margarine?
Sodium is definitely in soup, with some soups coming in at 800mg per serving (remember a serving is ONE cup). If you eat two cups, then you are eating twice the amount of sodium on the label.
If you are a parent, you might think "eating clean" is eating without your toddler throwing food across the room or just getting your school-aged children to wash their hands.
Grocery shopping and label reading can be overwhelming, especially if you are making food selections as a result of serious disease like heart disease.
Numbers, numbers, numbers ... you see them all over the grocery store and even on your foods.
It's a new year, and many people are trying to lose weight as part of New Year's resolutions. Vicki and Kim have some delicious yet healthy recipes for you to try!
This week, I have noticed the trend of yogurt continuing! Greek yogurt has been a trend for a year or two now, but it continues to make a presence in prepared foods these days.
The holidays are here, and every year I say to myself, “I’m not going to do it this year. No, I’ll save time, money and my waistline and not do the obligatory holiday baking" ... HA.
This week, Vicki and Kim are showing you how you can add a little extra something to your holiday foods.
Let's head to the kitchen with Vicki and Kim to find out what you can do with fresh winter produce -- and where to find it.
It's a season so often filled with holiday parties, so let's head to the kitchen with Vicki and Kim, where we're talking appetizers made for sharing.
This topic actually causes me stress. How do I tell you something fun and exciting about healthy appetizers that you have not already heard before?
Vicki and Kim have the scoop on how to cook seasonal soups that will help warm you up this fall.
Even if you just eat one new vegetable each season your vegetable variety will increase and so will your nutrient intake. Plus, if eating more vegetables is seen as an adventure, it will be more fun.
Many of you are well into planning for your Thanksgiving feast, and Vicki and Kim have some tips on what you can do after the big meal.
Vicki and Kim are taking a look at artificial sweeteners and some of the questions people have about their use in daily diets.
It's Diabetes Awareness Month, so we're heading to the kitchen with Vicki and Kim to learn how meal planning can help you stay healthy.
Sugar is everywhere, and this week, Kim and Vicki are showing you how to make sweet treats without adding any extra sugar.
Money tends to dictate certain decisions like what clothes you buy, type of car, where you go to school, if you go to college, etc. One thing I refuse to let it dictate is good nutrition.
This week, Vicki and Kim are talking about the benefits of local and clean eating.
We've all heard the phrases “Trim the pork," and “Cut the fat," but where did those sayings come from?
This week, we're heading to the kitchen with Vicki and Kim for a look at some delicious vegetarian dishes.
Vegetarian eating continues to trend up. It is not just those who are practicing vegetarians, but people practicing a more vegetarian style of eating.