Tag Archives: EatingWell

Cauliflower, Turnip, and Rutabaga Mash

Who doesn’t love mashed potatoes? This healthier take–that’s just as hearty–is prepared in much the same way (boiling the main ingredients and pulsing them in a food processor), but uses nutrient-rich cauliflower and root vegetables in place of the potato. With the addition of… read more >

Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat for Losing Weight

Most diets fail in the long run. Whatever diet you choose, you’ll probably lose some pounds, but they come right back once you stop the diet and resume your normal eating habits. For this reason, health care providers here at One Medical emphasize a… read more >

Vegan Butternut Squash and Mushroom Risotto

Luxuriously creamy, traditional risotto requires close attention during the cooking process. Liquid is folded into the rice in installments, so you need to stir the pot continuously to prevent the rice from sticking to the pan. It’s also quite rich, involving generous amounts of… read more >

Forget Portion Control! 7 Tips for Satisfying, Guilt-Free Eating

Does just hearing the words “portion control” make your stomach grumble? Here’s a secret: You don’t need to meticulously measure portions to rein in your eating. Instead, focus simply on making high quality, whole food-based choices in the right balance, and getting sufficient hydration… read more >

The Doctor’s Guide to Healthy Drinking

Post-work happy hours and first date cocktails are so common these days, it’s easy to forget that alcohol is more than just a social lubricant—it’s a drug. In fact, it’s the most commonly used drug in the world, and according to the┬áCenters for Disease… read more >

Quinoa and Vegetable-Stuffed Acorn Squash

Low-calorie and loaded with potassium, fiber, and vitamins B and C, acorn squash is the perfect guilt-free star of your next dinner. Halved and roasted, it becomes a great vehicle for a delicious healthy stuffing, like protein- and antioxidant-rich quinoa. This simple and satisfying… read more >

9 Tips to Survive an Elimination Diet

The elimination diet is considered the gold standard for figuring out the causes of your gastrointestinal distress, but it’s often easier said than done. Following an elimination diet means saying goodbye, at least temporarily, to alcohol, caffeine, and sugar as well as common allergens… read more >