The most overcrowded section of your grocery store these days may well be the snack bar aisle. Sales are on the rise with 20 percent of Americans saying they munch at least one bar a day, according to Mintel Market Research.
Students in the Pittsburgh Public Schools were met with some changes as they returned to the classroom today.
When students return to the Pittsburgh Public Schools for the coming year, they will get something many students in other school districts won’t get.
The reasons for eating a healthy diet are obvious but have you ever thought about the relationship your diet has to cancer? One doctor think there is a strong link and hopes that people change their minds about that link in the next few years.
Dr. Colin Champ, Assistant Professor in the department of radiation oncology at UPMC joined The KDKA Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway to talk about the link between nutrition and cancer.
Students from several area schools gathered at Heinz Field to learn more about proper nutrition and the importance of exercise.
Some people who are trying to lose weight are now cutting out meals instead of counting calorie.
Just a picture of a decadent dessert or an enticing entrée can make our mouths water.
Have you noticed our shrinking waistlines in our newsroom?
When you eat every meal, aim to add as much color as possible!
Pennsylvania is on target to become the fattest state in the nation, if not the world. What is causing the obesity rates to soar, and how can we start to make healthier choices?
The new school year brings new changes on the lunch menu for Pittsburgh Public Schools.
Starting next school year, school lunches will be healthier and a little more expensive. New federal guidelines go into effect, requiring more whole grains, more fresh and raw foods.
KDKA AM’s Larry Richert talks to local nutritonist Kathy Gillen about how to be healthier in 2012.
Is your sweet tooth out of control? “Hidden sugars” could be sabotaging your diet. Find out how to spot them and curb your cravings!
Remember the food pyramid? Well, it’s history. Welcome “the plate.”