Nutrition

Studies have shown that the lack of certain vitamins and minerals can you put you at risk for depression. Check out some healthy recipes that will make sure that you have all of the vitamins that you need.

Eating a diet high in vegetables, fish, fruit, nuts and poultry, and low in red meat and butter may reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Read the findings of this report here.

Many times when eating out or even at home we are not being careful about our food decisions. Women's Health.Gov has put together a list of small things that we can do to make our eating habits healthier.

With sirloin strips, mixed baby greens and shreds of fresh Parmesan cheese, this yummy Caesar salad 100% satisfies. This quick and easy treat can be ready in 30 minutes and only contains 396 calories.

You don’t need to have a party—just a weeknight dinner will do—to enjoy this lightly seasoned salmon fillet. This scrumptious dish will only take you 5 minutes prepare, so eat up and enjoy!

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