• Senior Health Tip | Diet Tips

    Senior Health Tip | Diet Tips

    Eating well is smart at any age but can be more beneficial as you get older. A good diet helps maintain muscle and bone strength and keeps your energy

  • Full Body Training Camp

    Full Body Training Camp

    In this episode of Kickstart Workout, certified personal trainer Holly Rilinger demonstrates a 16 minute full body workout which you can do anywhere.

  • Pre and Post Workout Fuel

    Pre and Post Workout Fuel

    Save the gym supplements for next time! Today personal trainer Holly Rilinger will share some great pre and post workout snacks.

  • Superfood Salad

    Superfood Salad

    In episode 4 of Eating by Heart, Colombe Jacobsen demonstrates how to make an easy and tasty superfood salad that is also great for your health.

  • BBQ Chicken

    The weather is nice; music is playing and it’s time to BBQ some chicken! In this episode of “Diabetes Bites” dietitian, Fiorella DiCarlo, shows you how to prepare your favorite delicious recipes in a way that’s healthy and diabetes-friendly. Fiorella demonstrates how to make a low-fat, antioxidant-filled BBQ sauce paired with chicken thighs for lean protein. The chicken thighs will be slow-cooked to mimic the style and flavors of the traditional BBQ recipe you know and love. Because plain old chicken breasts can get boring quickly, Fiorella suggests using dark meat like drumsticks or thighs since these are juicier. Dark meat gives you great bang for your nutritional buck. Dark chicken meat has tons of protein along with iron and vitamin B12. For people managing diabetes, increasing protein intake is very beneficial, while lowering your carbs. At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.  

  • Black Bean Burger

    Save the cows because today we are cooking up some Black Bean Burgers! In this episode of “Diabetes Bites” dietitian, Fiorella DiCarlo, shows you how to prepare your favorite delicious recipes in a way that’s healthy and diabetes-friendly. Fiorella is cooking up a delicious black bean recipe. This black bean burger is a flavorful, healthy recipe to add to your burger repertoire! Beans are a nutritional powerhouse, and are used often in Mediterranean cooking. Beans are filled with both soluble fiber and insoluble fiber and are great for regulating blood sugar levels. Aside from being a staple in a healthy diet, beans are also a very versatile ingredient and can add a lot of flavor to your recipes. You can use any beans you’d like for this recipe, but today Fiorella makes a black bean burger. At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos. 

  • Roasted Stuffed Artichokes

    Are you tired of the same old Thanksgiving stuffing? Our Roasted Stuffed Artichoke combines our healthy homemade stuffing with a evenly roasted artichoke to deliver a truly unique Thanksgiving dish! In this episode of “Diabetes Bites” dietitian, Fiorella DiCarlo, shows you how to prepare your favorite delicious recipes in a way that’s healthy and diabetes-friendly. Today Fiorella is teaching you how to make incredible stuffed, roasted artichoke. Artichokes are stuffed with antioxidants and fiber which manages blood glucose levels, as well as being purely delicious. Going inside of the artichoke is an amazing homemade stuffing recipe comprised of whole wheat bread, parmigiana cheese, garlic and other herbs. This recipe is so flavorful and packed with taste that you won't believe how healthy it is.  At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.  

  • Clam Chowder

    Here is a healthy twist to the classic New England Clam Chowder recipe. In this episode of “Diabetes Bites” dietitian, Fiorella DiCarlo, shows you how to prepare your favorite delicious recipes in a way that’s healthy and diabetes-friendly. New England Clam Chowder has always been a very popular soup, but Fiorella has a healthified version that will be sure to leave you wanting more. First and foremost, you want to have really fresh clams for this dish. If you have the option of getting live clams from a market - great! Otherwise, you can use canned clams. Chop up half the clams, and keep the other half whole. Next Fiorella moves on to turkey bacon. Turkey bacon is much lower in fat than traditional pork bacon, yet it is just as flavorful, the bacon is going to be used as a garnish for the chowder. Next put the onions and celery into the pan. These two are the base of the clam chowder. Since they're in the same pan that cooked the bacon, they're going to soak up that juicy flavor. The next step is what makes this recipe much healthier than the traditional one. Place your potatoes in the pan - make sure the skin is still ON. The skin is packed with fiber. Along with the potatoes, add in the cauliflower. Cauliflower is filled with fiber and vitamin C. Cauliflower is a great alternative for starchy recipes that normally call for potato, minus the carbohydrates and calories. Pour in the excess juice from the clams. Now that the potatoes and cauliflower are cooked, place half of the mixture into a food processor. This is going to give the chowder a really creamy feel. Once blended together, pour it back into the pan. Take the skim milk and fat-free half & half mixture, and pour it into the pan. This will add some great calcium and vitamin D. Add in the clams and shredded carrots. The cooked carrots will give the soup a beta-keratein punch! Wisk the mixture together and allow it to boil for one more minute. Served garnished with turkey bacon and enjoy this traditions dish with a twist.  At HealthiNation, our mission is to help and inspire people to live healthy and active lifestyles – one person, one video, one community at a time. Be sure to sign up for our weekly newsletter to stay up-to-date on all HealthiNation videos.