We all know calcium is an important mineral for strong teeth and bones, and will help ward off osteoporosis. It's so important for women to get enough calcium in their diets, but do you know what foods are high in calcium.
It is National Nutrition Month, so here is a question for you to answer about late night snacking and weight gain.
I shop for veggies by color and want my grocery cart to overflow with colors. This got me wondering - which color of bell pepper is more nutritious? Do you know?
Fiber is any food matter that your digestive system can't break into units small enough to be absorbed into the bloodstream. Getting the recommended amount of dietary fiber will help lower your risk of heart disease since a low fiber intake is associated with increased risk of heart disease (the number one killer of women) as well as some types of cancer and type 2 diabetes. Eating more fiber can assist with weight loss by allowing you to feel fuller longer, making it less likely you'll want to snack on less healthy items.