Losing weight and getting healthy isn’t something that happens once a year — it’s something that should last a lifetime. Instead of waiting until January 1 to start planning your healthy eating resolutions, start doing these seven things today.
Food trends come and go. While many are fabulous, others make you scratch your head in disbelief. The healthy food trends forecast for 2016 were created to help fit into your hectic lifestyle and also enjoy indulgences (in moderation, of course). Here’s what you’ll be seeing in the upcoming year.
The holidays are filled with an overwhelming amount of food. It may seem fun at the beginning, but after indulging at party after party, you might find that these foods can quickly bust your waistline. Here are eight foods to watch out for at your next holiday shindig.
Holidays are a special time to enjoy favorite dishes and especially dessert. However, you can enjoy a delicious and lightened dessert guilt-free. Here are 10 magnificent desserts you can whip up this holiday season.
The holidays are here, which means party after party and lots of delicious food and flowing cocktails. But don’t fret! You can still fit into that little black dress and enjoy the yummy spread too.
Nuts are a holiday favorite, and there are a lot of ways to get your hands on them. You can buy premade nut mixes, roast them, or make your own spiced nuts.
During the holidays, lots of liquid calories are guzzled in the form of delicious holiday cocktails. Before you let too many of these calories hit your waistline, check out which cocktails you’re better off avoiding and a few you can sip (almost) guilt-free.
The holidays are approaching and cookies are one of the most-popular requests. If you’re going to a cookie swap or holiday party, here are 10 cookies you can feel good about baking.
This holiday classic can now be found in all kinds of delicious food and drink. Of course, some of the more decadent goodies have more calories than you think, so enjoy in moderation.
Although Thanksgiving fare is made from an array of healthy ingredients, oversize portions and gobs of butter and oil can make anybody’s pants button pop. These five dishes are the worst calorie offenders on your turkey day table. Read more