Simple Food Swaps for Your Healthiest New Year Ever
Excerpt: “Making simple tweaks to your diet every day can pay off big a month or two down the line. And they’re easy! You can totally cut out diet soda this week, and nix mayo from your sandwich the following—trying to cut carbs, sweets, and fats all at once just isn’t sustainable.
Check out these tiny, easy food swaps that will make a big impact on your health without you ever really noticing.”
October 10, 2016
Make Yourself a Priority with these Easy Overnight Oats
Excerpt: “Fueling your body first thing in the morning with quality protein, fat and fiber is a great beginning for a successful day. This combination leaves your body feeling full and energized for the day. Plus the fiber helps keep your hunger a bay for a longer period of time. Mapping out your meal the night before will make it easier for you to achieve your goal.”
April 22, 2016
The Healthy Newspaper: Snack Facts
Excerpt: “In case you’re wondering, spring has arrived…in most places anyway. That means that many people, men and women alike, will be gearing up for wearing less, and dreaming of the warm air on our skin. This is the time we start thinking about shedding those unnecessary pounds that many of us have put on over the colder months.”
January 5, 2016
Organic Spa Magazine: Food Trends for 2016
Excerpt: “Reduce food waste. Not only does waste affect your wallet, it also has a negative effect on sustaining the earth’s resources.”
HealthZette: Healthier Thanksgiving Feasts
Excerpt: “Sara Siskind, a certified nutritional health counselor and the founder of Hands on Healthy, which offers cooking classes for families in New York, has several alternatives for traditional high-calorie foods. Instead of the cranberry and walnut salad, make an apple and kale salad. Combine baby kale, apples and walnuts and drizzle with a mix of olive oil, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice and salt.”
Newsmax's Health Radar newsletter: 7 Ways to Optimize Olive Oil’s Nutritional Benefits
Excerpt: “‘Eating a food high in vitamin A with olive oil satiates the palate so you feel full longer and provides a boost of energy,’ explains culinary nutritionist Sara Siskind, founder of Hands On Healthy, cooking classes for adults and teens in New York City.”
September 23, 2015:
New age Mama website: Toss the Gluten, Keep the Flavor!
Excerpt: In honor of Celiac Awareness Day (September 13th), Sara Siskind, founder of Hands on Healthy has thought up some great gluten free snacks that are not only healthy for your body, but taste great too.
September 7, 2015:
Long Island Pulse: Fall into Healthy Habits
Excerpt: Nobody knows more about getting her hands on healthy than Long Island culinary nutritionist and founder of Hands on Healthy, Sara Siskind.
July 20, 2015
RadioMD: 8 Simple Steps to Get Your Health Back on Track
Excerpt: Trying to keep your healthy eating habits on track, but always seem to accidentally veer off course?
It happens to everyone. But, once you've found yourself in a rut, it's important to get yourself out of it.
June 26, 2015:
Shape Magazine: 6 Ways to Save Money On (and Stop Wasting!) Groceries
Excerpt: “Grains and dried beans are an inexpensive way to add essential protein and fiber into your diet—plus, they last up to a year if stored properly, says Sara Siskind, a certified nutritional health counselor and founder of healthy cooking class company Hands on Healthy.”
February 23, 2015:
Glamour Magazine: Healthy Kitchen Cabinets
November 17, 2014:
Newsday: Who’s Cooking: Sara Siskind, Port Washington
May 12, 2014:
Port Washington News: Kick-Off Healthier Habits
March 15, 2015:
Port Washington News: Smoothies, Shakes On The Blvd