Get ready for spring with the Mediterranean Diet! Tips from Diane Welland, registered dietitian for the National Pasta Association were included in the article below from Examiner.com. Looking to clean out your pantry this spring? Diane gives tips on what to keep in stock and how to know when its time to let something go. […]
The Daily Mail recently published an article about the cons of a gluten-free fad diet.
Pasta fits perfectly in the Mediterranean Diet, and that’s why we recommend this new trend for a great spring diet!
Eating a Mediterranean diet can help fight heart disease, according to a Spanish study published in The New England Journal of Medicine. The most surprising aspect of the study was that changing to this diet after age 55 made a significant difference. The study concludes that, “Among persons at high cardiovascular risk, a Mediterranean diet supplemented […]
A recent study published by New York Daily News studied the habits of the “Ramadan” diet, and how these habits may actually be good for weight-loss. The premise is fasting during the day followed by carb-heavy meals at night (a perfect time for pasta). The study included police officers who were encouraged to stick to […]
Video report from ABC 13, WHAM-TV – Rochester, NY. Registered Dietitian Pat Baird (@PatBairdRD) explains how to make meals more nutritious and healthy by incorporating pasta into easy mixed-meals. These meals can be vegetarian, whole-wheat, etc. Pasta is the perfect way to mix in vegetables and nutrients for a well-rounded dinner.
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Pat Baird shows budget friendly recipes that are healthy for your family!
The National Pasta Association kicks off National Pasta Month every October! Pasta lovers eat their favorite food seven times a month – nearly twice a week!
Moderately obese people who ate the Mediterranean diet lost more weight than groups of people who followed either a low-fat or a low-carbohydrate diet, researchers reported. The Mediterranean group weighed almost seven pounds less than they weighed six years earlier. In the low-carb group, the total was 3.7 pounds, and the low-fat group was 1.3 […]