Eating well isn’t about sacrifice, just choices and balance. Try some of Canyon Ranch experts’ tips to help you maintain your healthful lifestyle when eating away from home.
What Is a Healthy Diet?
Fat takes many forms. You know about the good (monounsaturated fats) and the bad (trans fats), but what exactly are triglycerides or lipoproteins? Understanding the terms used by your doctor and the ones you see on nutrition labels is a crucial part of maintaining your health.
You’ve probably heard that tofu, soy milk and other foods that contain soy are good for you, but you might be shying away from them because of rumors that soy contains hormones that can cause health problems. At Canyon Ranch we believe that soy foods in moderation can be part of a healthy diet for most of us.
Whether or not you’ve visited Canyon Ranch, you can steal our tricks for healthy and delicious meals that celebrate the true pleasure of eating. Here are the most important lessons you can take from our dining room and menu.
Fiber gets a lot of attention—and when you examine the facts, it’s clear to see why it’s a healthy diet essential. Regularity is a well-known benefit of a fiber-rich diet, but its health benefits don't stop there.
The road to good health is paved with good intestines. That’s not just a clever turn of phrase, it’s actually true. Our GI tract is a virtual ecosystem of bacteria, both good and bad. Probiotics can help get things back in balance. Here's a look at some of the important roles beneficial bacteria play.
As fad diets have come and gone, carbohydrates (carbs) have gotten a bad reputation. But carbs are one of the best and most important sources of energy and are rich in nutrients your body needs to function properly. The trick is to choose carbs that pack the most nutritional punch.