Looking to spoil your lover or loved one this V-day? Home cooking is the best way! Not only is it a lot healthier, but it tastes so much better because you make it fresh. Plus no reservations required, just a quick trip to your local gourmet market!
With the AFC and NFC championship games coming up this weekend, it’s time to dust off two healthy recipes perfect for your get-together. Who says that healthy + tasty can’t go together?
During my work with National Kale Day over the past year, I’ve met some really inspiring people. I love to share their stories and pass on their knowledge about diet, exercise and healing to our community of healthy lifestylers! This year I met Fern Langham, YT, AADP, renowned for her artful approach to healing that combines wisdom from her extensive training in yoga, meditation, nutrition and holistic health.
Looking for healthy superbowl fare that won’t kill your New Year’s resolution? I know it’s still three weeks until the final game of the post-season, but why not already enjoy these for this weekend’s AFC and NFC Championship game?
Making soups is easy, fun, and can save a lot of time in the kitchen since they double as additional mess-free meals throughout the week and can be packed for an easy lunch. So here’s the master list of skinny soups, along with the grocery list and my picks for the best storage containers.
Continuing this week’s posts about New Year’s resolutions: Holiday eating, constant parties, and the stress of playing “Santa” can throw your system out of whack. Here are 10 simple yet super ways to recharge your body and sooth your nerves…
Smoothies are excellent low-cal meal replacement that you can whip up in 5 minutes — a quick fix to “reset” your body after a holiday splurge. Be sure you build them the correct way…
It’s hard to believe, but restaurants did not always exist. While it seems chefs and food services have been around since the beginning of time, the concept of a restaurant — where any paying customer could order from a menu — did not come into existence until the 1700s.