The Mediterranean Diet and healthy aging are linked, according to a new study. Want to live a healthy long life? Abandon the Western Diet and adopt the Mediterranean Diet. Results from a randomized preclinical trial suggests that adopting a Mediterranean diet may ease psychological stress and promote healthy aging.
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.
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
Looking for healthy crunchy salty snacks? If you are a habitual chip and cheese and cracker muncher you’ve probably noticed that the calories can add up fast. It is easy to make what should be just a snack into an entire meal.
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.
Quarantine weight gain is real. Life in lockdown has disrupted all our lives, creating the perfect setup for putting on pounds. Social media users jokingly refer to it as the “Quarantine 15.”
Many people believe that a healthy diet includes drinking protein shakes. But are there risks getting so much protein from shakes? A new study indicates that people looking to bulk up may want to reconsider drinking on protein shakes. New research from the University of Sydney suggests that protein shakes may