Article - 2 Minute Read
June 20, 2014
Discover six easy steps to correctly freeze your vegetables, keep them fresh, and maximize their health benefits to enjoy at a later time.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC
Categorized as: Nutrition
Tagged with: fresh vegetables, frozen vegetables, nutrition, produce, Recipes from the Garden, vegetables
Article - 1 Minute Read
June 13, 2014
Learn about fruits and vegetables that are in-season this June, as well as the benefits that each offer to your health.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Magee-Womens Hospital
Tagged with: antioxidants, arugula, asparagus, beets, blueberries, chard, folic acid, fruits, healthy bones, manganese, potassium, raspberries, seasonal produce, strawberries, vegetables, Vitamin A, vitamin K, wound healing
February 20, 2014
Find out which healthy food options fit best into your meal plan – Eat This, Not That.
Medically Reviewed by Digestive Disorders
Tagged with: canned, chicken, diet, eat this not that, frozen, fruit, healthy food choices, meal plan, nutrition, red meat, smoothie, vegetables, vitamins, whole grain
January 3, 2014
Read tips from UPMC BodyChangers to help lose that post-holiday weight and make some healthy lifestyle choices.
Categorized as: Living and Wellness
Tagged with: Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, calorie, drink water, exercise, fiber, fruits, gym, healthy breakfast, holidays, Journal of Nutrition, lifestyle choice, lose weight, New Year's Day, nuts, Obesity Research, Thanksgiving, vegetables, Vicki March MD, weight loss, whole grains
Article - 50 Second Read
December 22, 2013
Concerned about dry skin this winter? View our "4 W's of Skin Care" photo gallery for tips to keep your skin healthy during the colder months of the year.
Medically Reviewed by Dermatology
Categorized as: Skin Care
Tagged with: broad-spectrum, fruits, lean proteins, omega-3 fatty acids, regular exercise, skin care, SPF 15, sunscreen, vegetables, water, whole grains, winter
December 17, 2013
Read tips from the Celiac Disease Center at UPMC to help you make it through the holidays on your gluten-free diet.
Tagged with: autumn, barley, bread, celiac disease, Celiac Disease Center at UPMC, cereal, Christmas, crackers, fish, fruits, gluten intolerance, gluten-free products, gluten-free stuffing, holidays, immune system, malabsorption of nutrients, Marc Schwartz MD, meat, pasta, rye, seafood, Thanksgiving, vegetables, wheat, winter