12 Coach-picked Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes

Whether you’re a Thanksgiving traditionalist who serves up turkey and all the fixins’ or a culinary rebel who opts for less predictable holiday dishes, we’ve got some healthy inspiration headed your way. Nine of our coaches shared some of their favorite Thanksgiving recipes. Give them a try next week! Coach Susan’s pick: Yam Seed Spread “I … Continue reading 12 Coach-picked Healthy Thanksgiving Recipes

Holiday Cooking with the Coaches

The last few weeks of the year can be the perfect time to create new, healthy traditions with your friends and family–especially in the kitchen. As a special treat, the coaches are sharing their favorite holiday recipes, including low-sugar sweets, delicious sides and savory, veggie-rich breakfasts to warm up you you and your guests on chilly winter mornings. Coach … Continue reading Holiday Cooking with the Coaches

Ask the Coaches: How Can I Eat Less Sugar This Holiday Season?

‘Tis the season of giving, and that includes sugary treats–and lots of them–especially in the office. Even if you’re committed to packing or going out for healthy lunches, the cookies, candy and leftover pie that beckon from the break room can challenge even the strongest of wills. (As if the holidays weren’t already tough enough!) So, knowing this is our reality, … Continue reading Ask the Coaches: How Can I Eat Less Sugar This Holiday Season?

10 Coach-Approved Super Bowl Snacks

Hello sports fans. With Game Day just around the corner, we’ve got a question for you: what’s on your menu for Super Bowl Sunday snacks? Instead of the usual heavy fare, the Yes Health coaches challenge you to “healthify” your noshes–without skimping on taste. Here are 10 recipes to try. (Just tap on the orange links.) Plus, 3 get-up-and-move ideas to … Continue reading 10 Coach-Approved Super Bowl Snacks

Getting Smart About Smoothies: Liquid Breakfast’s Pros and Cons

We love smoothies for lots of reasons: they’re quick, easy to make and taste delicious. Plus, they make us feel like we’re starting the day off right. The problem is, some smoothies aren’t quite as good for us as we might think.  Because we tend to drink them quickly, it’s easy for us to gulp down more calories and sugar … Continue reading Getting Smart About Smoothies: Liquid Breakfast’s Pros and Cons

Inspiration for Healthy Cooking at Home

Studies tell us that home cooked meals are a main ingredient in a healthy diet. People who frequently cook their own food consume fewer calories, carbs, sugar and fat (even if they aren’t trying to lose weight) than those who cook less and eat out more, according to Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health research.  This … Continue reading Inspiration for Healthy Cooking at Home