With the holiday season in full swing, there may be more time for eating and less time for preparing healthy meals.
Metric measurements like cups and teaspoons are a great way to control your portion sizes. But what do you do when you're eating out or don't have a measuring cup handy? Your hand is an imperfect but useful guide when you have to "eyeball" the amount on your plate. Here are some guidelines.
All Things Are Better Together! Did you know that family meals are making a comeback? And that's good news for a couple of reasons: Shared family meals are more likely to be nutritious. Kids who eat regularly with their families are less likely to snack on unhealthy foods and more likely