Learn the secret to a low-fat risotto. Plus, a trick for making a lower calorie guacamole and more. 1. You don’t need to add cream to a well made risotto There are two tricks to making a great risotto; patience and the right rice. Don’t ever attempt to make this … Read more
Celebrate the best of summer food with these all-new warm weather recipes and ideas. Upgrade your Drink Place fruit in a pitcher with coconut water instead of tap water—try combos like orange and blueberry or raspberries and lemon, or just lime or strawberries. Chill and serve with ice. Make one-ingredient ice … Read more
Convenience foods that taste good are one of the luxuries of modern living – it’s just unfortunate that so many of them are full of preservatives and other ingredients you should steer clear of during pregnancy. But there are a number of quick and easy foods that are genuinely good … Read more
According to The Digest Diet, the secret behind healthy snacks: Eat foods packed with fat releasing nutrients to help your body lose weight quickly. Instead of trail mix or potato chips… Try: Mixed Munchies One mini cheese, 10 baby carrots, 8 almonds Fat Releasers: Calcium, protein, fiber, healthy fats, vitamin … Read more
According to The Digest Diet, the secret behind healthy snacks: Eat foods packed with fat releasing nutrients to help your body lose weight quickly. Instead of cheesy crackers… Try: Ricotta Boats. How to make: Cut a bell pepper into quarters, top each with 2 tablespoons of fat-free ricotta cheese and some … Read more
Tired of your same old peanut butter? Try one of these fun spreads to mix up your regular peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Rawtella: Just like the yummy Nutella you know and love, but raw, vegan, gluten-free, and safe for people with peanut allergies. Perfect on a grilled banana sandwich. … Read more
Don’t just say you want to lose weight as your New Year’s resolution, make these easy changes to your pantry. 1. Portion nuts in snack-sized bags. Sure, you know that nuts are a healthy snack — we’ve certainly recommended eating these crunchy taste treats often enough throughout this book. Here’s … Read more
Munching on popcorn during movies may be healthier than you think. New research says the popular snack food can actually help prevent cancer, according to a study led by Dr. Joe Vinson of the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.
The chemist and his team of scientists found that popcorn contains surprisingly large levels of antioxidants called poly phenols, which help reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and other diseases.
Snacks play a major role for everyone who wants to have a healthy balanced diet. Practically, a quick snack helps keep the energy level and, what’s more important, can keep you from eating too much at one meal. But you need to pay attention to what snack you choose. Fruits, … Read more