Blog: Insight from the Union Health Center team
Not all ultra-processed foods are unhealthy. But if most of your favorite snacks have ingredients you can’t pronounce, it might be time to get curious about what you’re eating. Learn about what makes a food ultra-processed and how to bring more one-ingredient (but still delicious) foods into the mix.
The end of summer is peak season for fresh, sweet corn. And this quick, simple recipe is a great way to enjoy it. Try tossing in any other vegetables you love (zucchini is in season, too). Can be doubled for a party and served at room temperature.
If you use social media as your one place to find information, it’s time to look around. Influencers are believable, but whatever they’re being paid to promote might not be what your body needs. And there’s so much information out there that it makes it hard to figure out what’s best for you.
Lentils are inexpensive, keep for months on the pantry shelf, and are full of fiber. This recipe calls for just a handful of ingredients and lots of spices for flavor. Make and enjoy this budget-friendly, cozy soup tonight!
If you reach for a soda at meals or during the day without thinking, chances are drinking soda is just a habit. But if you get irritated or jittery when you can’t have a soda, you might be addicted to it.