Fruits and vegetables are a delicious and affordable way for you and your family to eat healthy, and the Health Department wants to encourage Harlemites and New Yorkers to make healthy choices when grabbing a snack to eat on the go. Continue Reading →
For 2011 I have designated the following six healthy resolutions geared towards making positive changes in my eating and cooking practices: Continue Reading →
By Lil Nickelson
Happy New Year and welcome to 2010. Now that we’ve indulged our selves through last year’s holiday season, I hope you are ready to getting back on track to eating healthy. Instead of focusing on what foods you can’t eat, stay positive and try focusing on the foods that you can eat. Aim to keep an open mind about food, especially trying new food and food you didn’t like when you were younger. I didn’t like spicy food as a child, but my taste buds can handle and love them now.
I’ve come to believe that there are no such things as bad foods. What makes food bad is how often you eat it, and how much you eat when you eat it based upon how much exercise you get. The secret weapon to healthy living and weight loss is the right combination one two punch. Just like we must eat to live well, we must exercise to live well too. Continue Reading →