Behold the mighty peanut! It’s high in fiber and protein, pairs beautifully with chocolate or jelly and is a staple at American baseball games.
But peanuts also are one of the most common, and particularly dangerous, allergies out there. Even the nut dust can be enough to trigger allergy attacks in some people.
And because those with peanut allergies often can’t breathe when they come in contact with them, many schools have become nut-free. That’s a challenge for chronic PB&J kids who often don’t like other foods.
We can help you make school lunches a breeze this year! Packing lunches for your crew can be quite the chore, but there are ways to lighten the load. Consider including your kids in the process. As a bonus, you might find less food is being wasted because they are an active part of making their own food choices.
Even if you don’t have Celiac Disease, your belly still might feel better without gluten! Research is inconclusive, but doctors believe some people are gluten-sensitive, though they may not be struggling from Celiac.
About one in 100 people have Celiac, but as many as six in 100 might be gluten-sensitive. Both conditions include symptoms such as bloating, stomach pain and fatigue.
Those with Celiac find that their immune system attacks the lining of their intestine when they eat gluten, the protein that makes bread rise.
We can help make your heart happy! High cholesterol is an indication that your heart might be working harder than it needs to. It increases your chance of both heart disease and heart attacks.
Your doctor can provide medication to help, but a few basic diet changes will go a long way toward reducing your cholesterol naturally -- and that will make for a happy, healthy heart!
Holy Guacamole! There are a lot of guacamole recipes floating around out there, but registered dietitian Molly Sleger has one that she swears by. This one comes from the “What’s Gaby Cooking” recipe book and is loaded with health benefits including fiber, antioxidants and vitamins and minerals.
The secret to this one, Molly says, is the combination of both the lime AND lemon. So whip up a batch and enjoy National Guacamole Day!