Synopsis of the App This food and fitness tracker is geared toward kids, teens and families. It includes an introductory video, educational games and optional one-on-one coaching for additional guidance. Parents may be hesitant to
Synopsis of the App With a keen eye on sustainability and protecting animals, Food Monster compiles thousands of vegan recipes in one easy-to-use app. Though 500 free recipes are available, paid subscribers get full access
Synopsis of the App A Color Story provides more than 100 filters, 40 photo effects and 20 editing tools to create and share striking images for Instagram and other image-driven social media and web platforms.
Synopsis of the App Use Videorama to transform existing video footage and photos into mini motion pictures. With a variety of fonts, video effects, free images and music, this app is a versatile option with
Synopsis of the App Handpick Recipes & Ingredients helps home cooks easily discover recipes that use ingredients already stocked in their fridge and pantry. Browse a daily digest of recipes from bloggers and popular food
Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RDN, is dedicated to mastering the art and science of nutrition communication. Affectionately called “Chatty Kathy” as a child, Zelman earned an undergraduate degree in nutrition and dietetics and a master’s in
Many descriptors apply to Naomi Trostler, PhD, RD, FAND, from international researcher, educator and mentor to consultant, communicator and volunteer. Now, she may add another: 2016 Marjorie Hulsizer Copher Award recipient. For more than 30
Like its close relatives garlic and onions, shallots grew wild thousands of years ago and were a favorite among Romans, Greeks, Egyptians and Asians. Legend has it that in the 12th century, Crusaders brought bags
Young adults, especially on college campuses, looking to avoid weight gain from alcohol while simultaneously achieving a fast buzz are adopting the unhealthy habit known as "drunkorexia." Straddling the line between alcohol abuse and eating
Thought to have originated 5,000 years ago in India, yoga is a discipline with physical, mental and spiritual components. The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit yuj, which means to yoke, join or bring together.
Kale has been the “It” vegetable for years. Now, its cousins — Brussels sprouts and cauliflower — are getting top billing on an increasing amount of restaurant menus. Members of this botanical family, referred to
More than 80 percent of adults with cancer take at least one dietary supplement or use one or more as a complementary therapy. They include fish oil or omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Irritable bowel syndrome is a complex digestive condition that interferes with the daily lives of millions of people worldwide. Typically occurring in episodes, the condition is characterized by symptoms such as moderate to intense abdominal
Following a low-FODMAP diet can feel restrictive. Low-FODMAP diet educator Kate Scarlata, RDN, LDN offers expert tips to help people with IBS overcome barriers of the elimination diet. Don’t Ditch Fiber Picks for low-FODMAP fiber