This is a versatile dip — experiment with different flavors. Try with roasted red peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts or different herbs, such as thyme, mint, rosemary or cumin.
Understanding the sugar content of your food is about to get easier. The Food and Drug Administration recently announced that, among the many changes to their revised nutrition label, foods will now have an extra line to show how much “added sugar” has been added to the product.
A genetic test for cancer can be beneficial for men and women, especially those who have a family history of cancer.
New state-collected data from the Healthy Kids Colorado Survey show more teens in Northwest Colorado may be taking up regular cigarette use, despite an overall statewide decrease in youth use.
Nutritional Health Coach Alicia McLeod will host a series of 30-minute food classes through the next two weeks at Natural Grocers, 335 Lincoln Ave.
Yampa Valley Medical Center patients could see lower prices and more streamlined medical care under a new strategic plan unveiled by the hospital this week.
It’s Independence Day, and many plan to barbecue, not only today, but throughout the summer. Food safety can take a back seat to enjoying a meal with family and friends. Yet, from pitchfork to table fork, every step of the food chain requires vigilant safety measures.
Quinoa and black bean salad.
Many of our neighbors, co-workers and friends here in Routt County do not have reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. They are food insecure.
The yellow fever vaccine, recommended or required for travel to some international destinations, is in short supply.
Voters will decide in November whether to approve Amendment 69, which would separate Colorado from the Affordable Care Act and make it the first state to pay for comprehensive healthcare for residents through a program called ColoradoCare.
Author Kelly Farley will discuss his book, “Grieving Dads: To the Brink and Back Again,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 29, at Rollingstone Respite House, 480 Rollingstone Drive.
As chef at The Foundry — and as someone who has overcome addiction to celebrate four years of sobriety — I have seen why nutrition is such an important topic for those in recovery.
For the Fourth of July, this red, white and blueberry dessert is truly patriotic.
Outdoor recreation is one of the biggest draws to living in Steamboat Springs, but for those with a history of bee sting allergy, it can be more frightening than enjoyable, at times.