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With so much conflicting nutrition advice out there, it can become overwhelming trying to figure out what we should and shouldn’t be eating. One day we are told something is healthy for us, and the next day we’re told it’s not. Carbohydrates have often been targeted by dieters as unhealthy, but a new article from Yahoo! Shine explains why carbs are not the enemy.
Looking to make a refreshing dish that will combat this summer’s brutal heat? We may have found exactly what you need! This week the New York times published a refreshing dish called “Pasta With Burst Cherry Tomatoes.” Interested in hearing more? Watch a video with the New York Times food writer here!
A new article published in The Wall Street Journal seeks to answer the popular question of whether or not a gluten-free diet offers real health benefits. Today, nearly 30% of Americans try to avoid products that contain gluten, but only a small percentage are actually gluten intolerant. Continue reading to find out more!
A new study from the University of Gothenburg shows that children who follow a diet rich in pasta, olive oil, nuts, fruits, and vegetables are less likely to become obese. Find out more about the study and the Mediterranean Diet.
A new study from Nature Communications shows that a women’s diet before conception is important to the development of a healthy child. Foods rich in Folic Acid, Calcium, and Iron are important components of a healthy diet for women who may become pregnant. View the report from NBC News9 here.
Monterey Country Herald Nutritionist Barbara Quinn gives her opinion of the latest fad diet book “Grain Brain.” The dietitian lets you know why you should think twice before trying these fad diets. Read More Here.
Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer pasta salad and grilling season! Make sure the food you are serving at your summer get-togethers are safe with these food safety tips from AARP.
For many athletes, September also marks the beginning of Fall running season, as the cool weather makes Fall the optimal training season for long-distance events. We’ve asked registered dietitian, Kim Hoban to weigh-in on how to choose foods to fuel training!
Pasta Fits fans flooded our recent “Pasta Fits Me” Pinterest contest with wonderful images of how they are creating healthy meals, staying active and making memories this summer. Registered Dietitian Diane Welland offers the following tips reflecting the top trends seen from our contest’s leading boards. Read below for some tips on healthy living. Color […]
Tina Ruggiero, “The Gourmet Nutritionist” works closely with the Pasta Fits team to bring you recipes that you will love and that fit into your healthy lifestyle. As we transition to warmer weather, Tina has some advice as to how to stay fit, eat well, and enjoy your summer! 1. With summer upon us, can […]
Keeping pantry staples like dry pasta on hand is always helpful, especially for those days when the fridge and cupboard are a bit bare – no need for pricey takeout or complicated recipes. It’s easy to make a delicious, healthy meal in minutes that will satisfy the whole family. Take a look at some of […]