Too many questions about sugar & health, especially to an anti-diet dietitian! How much does our body need sugary sweet items? Why do we crave them so much? Can I eat sweets as much as I want to, if I’m anti-diet!
Recipes & Health Tips
Healthy eating can lead to major improvements in health and well-being.
However, for some people, the focus on healthy eating can become obsessive and develop into an eating disorder known as orthorexia.
Like other eating disorders, orthorexia can have severe consequences.
This video explains everything you need to know about orthorexia.
Many of us are dealing with anxiety, stress, and even depression in the aftermath of the explosion. These are common symptoms of trauma. There is no easy way to heal after such an event, but adapting our diet to support our Mental and Emotional Well being is key. Hitaf Zwein walks us through nutrition and diet recommendations for dealing with trauma.
Important tips for pregnant women in their second trimester
Pregnancy nutrition is essential for a healthy baby. Ideally, adopting a healthy eating plan before pregnancy is best. However, it doesn't matter how far along you are; it's never too late to start!
Healthy nutrition tips from our health expert Hitaf Zwein for PCOS!
Join our health expert Hitaf Zwein in a do's and dont's talk for Vegetarians during Ramadan.
Salads can be an exciting way to get your daily serving of vegetables and fruits. Hitaf's salad recipe is a nutritious, easy to prepare meal, and all the ingredients can be found at Mint Basil Market!
In honor of Cancer Awareness month, we've teamed up with Licensed Dietician Hitaf Zwein as she explains the best ways to prevent cancer by changing the products we use and our overall lifestyle.
Good morning beautiful people! There’s nothing better than having a healthy breakfast to start your day with! This homemade granola is to die for. So simple, easy and very delicious!
Many studies have confirmed that a woman’s lifestyle: what she eats, her weight, her family history, and many other factors, influence her risk of being diagnosed with cancer in any stage of life. This risk increases in postmenopausal women. What should we do? How can we help?