How to cook tilapia? Want to try some new fish but don’t know how to cook it? Here’s a quick, easy, less mess recipe for tilapia. Tilapia is an inexpensive, mild-flavored fish. It is the fourth most commonly consumed type of seafood in the United States. Many people choose tilapia because it is readily available, relatively affordable, and doesn’t taste fishy.
A healthy dipping sauce can make a big difference on Super Bowl Sunday or at any social get-together. A typical ranch dressing is about 110-140 calories for 2 tablespoons. Making a healthy dipping sauce is worth the trouble. It can make the difference between beating yourself up later over your food choices or feeling good without depriving yourself.
A healthy poke recipe can be very easy to make. If you focus on the vegetables and minimize the rice, it can also be very healthy meal.
A healthy crock pot soup recipe can be a real time saver and a comfort food in the winter. Butternut squash is a very nutritious winter vegetable and benefits from being cooked in a crock pot
Healthier takeout options are available. When the coronavirus hit, in-restaurant dining evaporated. And many of us turned to takeout options for the sake of convenience. But, many such offerings are high in calories and fat.
Healthy cookie recipes can be hard to come by. Most cookies are made with white flour and large amounts of butter or oil and sugar. But there are healthy cookie recipes out there,
Lentils come in many colors—brown, green, yellow, red or black. They are low in calories, rich in iron and folate and an excellent source of protein. They also contain health-promoting polyphenols and may reduce several heart disease risk factors.
New nutrition labels are required in 2020. Resolving to eat healthier may be a lot easier this new year, thanks to the revamped Nutrition Facts Label. Mandated by the Food and Drug Administration, it makes its debut on many food items in January, although some products and manufacturers have until
As a Certified Nutritionist and Weight Loss Specialist, I often tell my clients to “make friends with vegetables.” Interesting new research provides some useful guidance to Nutritionists like me about how to make eating vegetables enjoyable. To Encourage Healthy Eating a Nutritionist Should Tout Flavor Most people want to eat
If you are on a diet for high blood pressure, one thing you can do is make healthier food selections to naturally lower your blood pressure. Doing so can help you avoid heart disease and stroke. Add Tuna to Diet for High Blood Pressure Consuming fish can help any diet