Comfort Food Has Been Our Answer to Coronavirus Stress
Between the bread-making craze, eating out to support local restaurants and just plain overindulging, there’s been a lot of posts on social media about growing waistlines.
“We’re stressed out. We have a lot of emotional things we’re going through. We’re not able to do a lot of things we normally do with our lives,” said Brenda Herrod, a nurse practitioner and the coordinator of the Better Living Program at Methodist Health System.
Herrod offers tips to help improve your diet and health that leave room for the foods you love.