The following is a guest post by Karen Kafer. Karen is a registered dietitian (RD) and Vice President of Health Partnerships-Nutrition Affairs for the National Dairy Council (NDC) with more than 25 years of corporate, nutrition and health communications experience.
It’s great to see so much attention given to the issue of nutrition and healthy eating in America – programs such as Fuel Up to Play 60 and Let’s Move!
have raised awareness of the need for a nutritious diet and exercis… read more »
It’s been quite some time since I have updated Nutritioulicious with a new post – my apologies for the delay. It’s not for lack of what to write – I have a backlog of recipes, food news, and interesting topics to write about. Unfortunately time has been what’s missing these days. Charlotte and Sabrina are now 8 1/2 months old and we just moved into a new house in a new neighborhood. And today is Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year! Talk about good timing!
Rosh Hashana marks t… read more »
The following is a guest post by Robert Inderwies, certified personal trainer for Energetic Juniors.
If you’re trying to lose some weight, the thought of being in a gym for a lengthy period of time can be like weight loss kryptonite. Why not be kind to yourself and simply start walking? One mile of walking will expend approximately 100 calories over the course of a mile, the same number of calories that would be expended by running one mile. You could easily walk 4-5 miles in an hour, which would amou… read more »
I’ve mentioned before that I love watermelon - it’s definitely a summertime favorite. So last weekend when my sister brought a baby watermelon from the Union Square Greenmarket, I was really excited. You know who else was? My four and a half year old nephew Oliver! I’ve seen Oliver show an interest in food and cooking before, which as you can probably guess makes me so happy (I’m all for encouraging kids to cook). We showed Oliver the baby watermelon and asked him if he knew… read more »