It does seem like every so often a new type of diet is created, books are written, new recipes online and a new way to boost sales of different foods emerge.
Soup isn’t just for winter, though a bowl of hot soup on a cold day always sounds comforting and wonderful.
I make hot soups during the summer because my husband loves soup. I have a few soups that are suitable served cold or at room temperature. My soups often have lots of veggies and different beans.
I have to admit that I rarely make desserts. We get our sugar fix with fruit, but every once in a while I decide it is time to enjoy a real dessert. Most of the desserts I do create include fruit, as it is a healthy and delicious way to get our servings of fruit.
We’ve all been there. We’re having a wonderful holiday making beautiful memories, but our bodies are just not cooperating. Indigestion, dehydration, and other digestive issues can put a damper on the best vacations. So, we’ve turned to nutrition expert Ashley Koff to learn all the dos and don’ts of travel nutrition. Enjoy the show!
The long, warm days of summer have arrived. There’s no better way to spend them than sipping your favorite beverage with friends, outdoors. As for me, I always love a refreshing seasonal cocktail.
Granola bars are a popular choice for breakfast on the go, and they’re seen as the healthy choice when it comes to snacking. But store bought versions are often high in sugar and can wreak havoc on your energy levels.
There are many specific diets you can select from depending on your health issues, choice or desired weight.
When actress Meryl Streep was recently asked to share her most important message for women, she kept it very simple: “Stop worrying about your weight.”
Back in the 1920s, there were ads promoting early bird breakfast that followed the trend of early bird clothing sales.
The two salads I offer today are great options not only for the strict vegan but also for those of you who are looking for healthy options in the food department.