Hearty vegetable soup is a comfort food on a cold day. Here is a recipe for a lentil soup with butternut squash and lacinto kale. Not only is it comforting, but it is nutrient-dense, thanks to the butternut squash, lentils, kale, and leeks.
Looking for a healthy tilapia recipe? Tilapia is a readily available mild white fish that is very nutritious. You can often find it seasoned and ready for cooking in the frozen food case at your local supermarket.
Finding healthy diabetic snacks can be confusing. And when the stay-at-home orders began back in March, plenty of people predicted that it would affect people's eating habits, and no surprise, it has.
This healthy chili can be prepared in less than one hour. This healthy chili is made with lean ground turkey, kidney beans and corn. It is well spiced and packed with plenty of protein and fiber.
What is the green Mediterranean diet? According to the latest research, the green Mediterranean diet may be even healthier for you than the traditional Mediterranean diet.
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.
Lessons learned from quarantine run the gamut. What lessons have you learned from quarantine? I’ve learned how much of a people person I am and how much I miss being able to encourage people with touch. I’ve also realized that I don’t like being told what to do.
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.
Build muscle mass with protein? Many people think that consuming added protein is a necessary component of building lean muscle. Many bodybuilder and even casual gym goers drink protein shakes thinking that they are the key to muscle building.
Healthy eating and health go hand-in-hand according to the latest study. In fact, eating healthy may matter more than the number on the scale. The body really does know if you’re eating healthy food or junk food.