We get all kinds of questions from our readers about nutrition and healthy eating. We recently polled our Facebook fans about which diets they would like to learn more about.
Who doesn’t love the ooey-gooey goodness of a grilled cheese sandwich? You can enjoy the scrumptious combo of toasted bread and melted cheese without throwing your healthy eating plan out the window.
All too often New Year’s are made to be broken. Folks usually bite off more than they can chew (“I’m going to lose 20 pounds by February 1st”). Forget about the “all-or- nothing” and “cold turkey” approaches, how about some resolutions that are reasonable so you can actually stick to them?! Here are ten ideas to help get you started.
Whether you’ve gone off track during the holidays or you or a family member isn’t ready for total healthy life change, you can still make smarter, small choices. Here are five changes that can have a BIG impact on your health and weight. Give one, two or all five a try.
You’re probably familiar with brown rice but it doesn’t always get the love it deserves. Find out all the delicious ways you can savor this easy to cook whole grain.
Some claim it’s a healthier version of sugary sports drinks but is coconut water really all that fabulous?
Love the stick-to-your-ribs goodness of a hearty beef stew, but want to cut back on the fat and sodium? Pass on the salty canned stuff and try these tips and recipes.
With lots of spices and fresh ingredients, Thai can be a great choice but there are some high calorie dishes to avoid. Next time you’re craving Thai, check out our tips before you place your order.
If your house is anything like mine on Christmas morning, you’ve got your hands full. I want to serve something easy, yet special, and light enough that everyone won’t be ready for a nap before we open presents. Here are some festive ideas, complete with a bubbly cocktail. Blood Orange Bellini Blueberry Almond French ToastRead more
If you’re headed off a long road trip, pack some healthier fare and speed by those rest stops.