Recipes for two delicious mocktails, compliments of Vena's Fizz House in Portland, Maine.
Looking for something different to cook? How about some fish tacos? This week's Catching Health recipe is compliments of Frontier in Brunswick, Maine. Enjoy!
A new study suggests a link between eating a Mediterranean diet and brain shrinkage. We have some details in this blog post.
Chicken stew — a great meal for a cold winter's day. Get the recipe and some healthy tips from weight loss coach Lisa Prince.
If you're trying to eat a whole foods plant-based diet, you'll want to learn more about Plant IQ. And you'll want to try this hearty soup recipe.
A recipe from Duckfat, one of my favorite Portland (ME) eating spots. Whenever my brother Patrick visits from San Francisco, Duckfat is always on his itinerary!
A holiday recipe from Measuring Up! Cooking for Kids — Michele Howard's cooking school for kids in Scarborough, Maine. You can make it with your kids.
It may not be the epidemic it once was in the United States, but people are still living with and being diagnosed with HIV and AIDS. That's why Frannie Peabody Center in Maine still provides services and still hosts World AIDS Day events.
St. Joseph’s College does more than deliver degrees. It also delivers free range turkeys (and some Thanksgiving recipes)
Guess where we're getting our Thanksgiving turkey this year. From St. Joseph's College! And they're also sharing some of their Thanksgiving recipes.
Food that’s good for people with diabetes is good for everyone. Like this recipe for Corn and Black Bean Burritos
Whether you have diabetes or not, you should eat moderate portions of nutrition-rich foods. Don't forget your vegetables, which you'll find in this Corn and Black Bean recipe.
MaineHealth gets a national award for its commitment to serve healthy (and tasty) meals to patients and employees
MaineHealth made a commitment to offer healthier food options. It just got a national award for its efforts from the Partnership for a Healthier America.
Research linking what you eat to the occurrence, treatment, and recurrence of cancer has exploded. Rebecca Katz shares some soup recipes from her cookbook The Cancer-Fighting Kitchen.
If your garden is overflowing with tomatoes and you're looking for some cooking inspiration, try this recipe for Tomato Mostarda.
I helped my daughter pick up her family's farm share this week. Their bounty was so plentiful we've been using it in meals all week. You have to try some of our recipes.
How about some strawberry rhubarb pie made with Nona Mac's southern pastry, vegan style!
Have you heard of the Mediterranean Diet? It's not really a diet, but a healthy way of eating. Catching Health has some easy and delicious recipes to share.
How many of you have eaten a rutabaga? Do you know what it is? How to cook one? How about roasted rutabagas? I've got a good recipe for you.
Imagine a roomful of people flinging food at each other. It's a food fight! There wasn't too much, if any, flinging at the food fight I was in.
No matter how they are presented to me, I like the taste of almonds and that they're good for me. Here's a recipe to try — for almond biscotti.
If you're looking for something that doesn't take long to make and is good for you, try this recipe for chicken with white beans.
Want to improve your health? Eat kale. I tried it once and didn't like it. Turns out it wasn't cooked properly. We've got the skinny on how to do it right.
Today, we're cooking up some sweet potatoes. So good tasting. And as a source of nutrition, they pack a wallop.
Every week, Catching Health offers up a new healthy food and a recipe. How about spinach feta frittata? Learn how to make it and why spinach is good for you.
Want to connect in your kitchen with a prehistoric human ancestor from the Neolithic period? Cook up some lentils! They cheap to buy and full of protein.
Chiles are low in calories and high in nutrients. All that heat is also good for you. See why and try a delicious recipe for roasted cauliflower.
Mangoes are nutritionally rich with unique flavor, fragrance and taste. Delicious and healthy! We've got a great recipe you can try.
John Turrell, the Wellness Coordinator at the Greater Portland YMCA, wants us to try a new healthy food every week. Up next — avocados. We even have a recipe.
John Turrell, from the YMCA of Southern Maine, wants us to feel healthier and be a little adventurous, so he’s encouraging us to try nine new healthy foods.
Quinoa is a South American food that was originally grown in the Andes, where it has been a staple for the Inca people for over 6,000 years.
The start of a new year marks the perfect chance to jump-start healthy eating patterns. Expand your palate by incorporating some foods you don't routinely eat
The older you get, the more likely you're falling short on important nutrients. What you eat becomes more important than how much. Registered dietitian Kitty Broihier has some tips.