Maggie McDaris, VIDA’s newest Registered Dietitian, has a few pointers for us to keep in mind during the holidays. Join her holiday nutrition workshop this Thursday 12/8 at the Yards!
Who says you have to gain weight during the holidays? Sure, you'll probably experience a food coma or three between now and New Years, but a handful of indulgent meals don't have to wreck havoc on your fitness goals.
We'd like to congratulate our original VIDA Registered Dietitian Cat Taylor on completing her Certification as a Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) this month!
Our new Registered Dietitian Addie Merletti (you can call her AC!) has a passion for creating healthy, nutritious and creative meals in her own kitchen, and she’s ready to share her tips and secrets with our members!
August is a popular time for beach vacations. What’s better than getting away from the D.C. heat and dipping your toes into the cool ocean?
Most of us mean to make healthy choices at the grocery store or when out for dinner, but it can...More
Dietary fats are a necessary component of a healthful lifestyle. Not only does fat coat the stomach and slow digestion, resulting in earlier satiety, it also contributes a smooth and creamy mouthfeel for foods such as yogurt and aids the absorption of fat soluble vitamins
Protein is found in many foods and can be divided into two categories: animal-based proteins and plant-based proteins. Regardless of whether or not you consume meat, the inclusion of plant based proteins in your diet may have a positive impact on your health.
Omega-3 fats are a set of poly-unsaturated fats and are considered “essential” nutrients, meaning that our bodies cannot make them so we must get them through the foods we eat. Omega-3’s are needed during pregnancy and lactation to support brain and eye development, but continue to serve many functions after infancy for growth and health maintenance.