A Salute to Fatherhood from Nelson Dellis, USA Memory Champion, Mountaineer and New Dad
It’s common to hear about parenthood from the mother’s perspective. Father’s Day is just days away. This holiday gives us the unique opportunity to hear from dads who have their own experiences, health concerns and things that keep them up at night (i.e. the kids!) about fatherhood.
Nelson Dellis, USA Memory Champion, mountaineer and new father, shares his experiences being a first-time dad to his new son, Axel.
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The arrival of a newborn brings sweet snuggles, sleepy smiles, and – of course – extra responsibility of feeding the new infant. Sometimes though, amongst all the attention given to the baby (rightfully, so!), mom’s nutrition might not take center stage. Learn 4 tips to support your nutrition during the postpartum life stage.
Selecting the right omega-3 supplement shouldn’t give you heartburn. There are four easy steps to select a high-quality omega-3 supplement.
What you eat not only impacts your overall health, but truly affects the health of your eyes. Join registered dietitian and chef, Abbie Gellman, as she shares which foods and nutrients help to support eye health.
Omega-3s EPA and DHA support heart health throughout all stages of life.
Tori Schmitt, MS, RDN, LD and founder of YES! Nutrition shares her tips and tricks for exercising and eating your way to a healthy heart.
Healthy eating is too expensive or takes too much time, right? (1,2) Wrong! You don’t need to go broke, live by the stove, or even know how to cook to eat well.
The building blocks to feeling sexy come from this nutrient. Bonus, Elizabeth Somer, MA, RD and author of the Food and Mood Cookbook shares a recipe that is sure to rev you up.
Omega-3 fats are often touted important nutrients by the media. However, there are many myths that have been propagated and should be debunked. Here are four that you need to know.
As a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, I would consider myself “Heart Smart.” I understand that having a healthy lifestyle can support the health of my heart.