Food & Nutrition
TurkeyEat this: Much of the fat content in turkey is just beneath the skin. To reduce calories, remove the skin before cooking. A 3-ounce serving of skinless turkey breast contains 26 grams of protein, 1 gram of fat and 0 grams of saturated fat.Not that:Turkey with skin, and even worse,… Read more...
Dried cranberries are one of the best sources of a phytochemical known as a tannin, an important contributor to heart health and a powerful antioxidant that has been linked to aging prevention, among many other things. Oatmeal is a good source of fiber, selenium, zinc, protein, iron, copper, vitamin E,… Read more...
Ingredients:1 bunch broccolini, cleaned and chopped1 10 oz. package frozen spinach2 zucchini, chopped2 bunches asparagus, woody ends cut off and sliced into 3-inch spars1 8 oz. can artichokes in water, drained1 bunch kale, cleaned, removed from stem and chopped1 bunch Italian parsley, rinsed and removed from stem4 quarts low-sodium vegetable… Read more...
Many people want to eat healthy, but can’t afford to buy all organic. To help you make informed decisions at the grocery store, here is a list of the main products you should be buying organic: 1. Coffee: Many of the beans you buy are grown in countries that don’t… Read more...
This recipe is free of gluten and all eight of the top food allergens. Ingredients:1 cup pre-cooked chicken breast (about 4 ounces), cooled and cut into bite-sized cubes1 package brown rice tortillas or small corn tortillas14-ounce can tropical fruit in pineapple juice, drained¼ cup canned garbanzo beans, drained½ cup fresh… Read more...
One of the biggest misconceptions about healthy eating is that nutritious food is bland and boring. That couldn’t be further from the truth! Wholesome, healthful fare can be quite bold and delicious, given the right recipe with ingredients that blend together seamlessly to create a perfectly balanced—and flavorful—dish. Here, some… Read more...
Many people just assume that if it says “wheat” on their bread’s packaging, it’s healthy, but there’s more to it than that. Here, we answered your bread questions to help you select the healthiest kind of bread. Q: What kind of wheat bread should we be eating?A: Choose wheat bread… Read more...
Whites: flour, rice, salt In their original form, rice, flour and salt are considered “whole” foods, says Jennifer Hnat, integrative nutritionist and longevity coach with NEWtrition in Atlanta. But the white rice, flour and salt available at most grocery stores have been stripped of their essential minerals and nutrients, making… Read more...
In today’s economy, many families are looking for ways to cut back on expenses. One way to reduce spending is to decrease the cost of groceries; however, cutting back on food spending does not mean sacrificing quality foods. Many people believe it is more expensive to eat a healthy diet,… Read more...
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