Partner content: Are white foods bad for you?

Question: “Are white foods bad for you?” 

Sponsored: Brown eggs vs. white eggs, any difference?

Question: Are brown eggs better or healthier than white and do they taste different? 

Sponsored: Don't feel like cooking? You still have meal options!

Question: My mother is in her 80’s and lives alone. While generally she is very healthy and active, I worry about her eating habits, especially on days where she may not feel well.

Sponsored: ‘The More You Do…the More You’re Able to Do’

I remember my mom saying this when I remarked one time on how busy and active she was even well into her 70’s; ‘Leah, the more I do, the more I’m able to do and the less I do, the less I feel like doing anything at all.’.

Sponsored: Sugar Sweetened Beverages (SSBs)

We tend to think of sodas when we hear ‘sugar sweetened beverages’ (SSB), but,  according to the CDC, the list of what SSBs includes is quite a bit longer: 

Sponsored: The Bonus of BEANS

One of my resolutions for 2024 is to try and incorporate more beans into our weekly meals. 

Sponsored: New(ish) Local Products

You may have spotted some new local items in the local foods display at your Ingles Market.  (you can find these displays either in the front of the store or the end of an aisle in the middle of the store).

Sponsored: Is sea salt or iodized better for high blood pressure?

Question: Is it better for me to use a kosher or sea salt instead of regular iodized salt if I have high blood pressure? 

Sponsored: Food gifts for the holidays

There are so many options at your local Ingles Markets to put together a fun, food themed gift for friends, co-workers, students in dorms, or family. 

Sponsored: Small Changes Can Add Up

Sometimes we make big goals or pronouncement about our health or fitness that may not be realistic or achievable. Here are some tips about making goals to improve your health: 

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