Another important diet tip (following up yesterday’s advice) from Kristine Bihun, our Dietitian and Dietitian Educator, to better adapt to the fall weather . . .
Prepare more warm cooked foods and reduce the amount of cold raw foods in your diet.
Try using cooking techniques like baking, braising, roasting and stewing to improve nutrient absorption during the upcoming cold weather months.
And bring out the slow cooker and make stews from grains and legumes!
(Published September 23, 2014)