Why You Should Avoid Fad Diets

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When it comes to weight loss or weight gain, an important thing that always comes into play is diet. Without the help of diets, one cannot expect to shed a few pounds or gain some. However, in some cases, you might be recommended to follow certain diets that are backed with no … Read more

Buffalo Wing Popcorn

Buffalo Wing Popcorn

Need a last minute Super Bowl snack that will rock your Super Sunday with fiber and fire? Look no further than Buffalo Wing Popcorn. This spicy caramel popcorn from Bon Appetit is the easiest, most delicious way to incorporate that timeless whole grain: popcorn. Popcorn by itself has 4 grams of fiber … Read more

Top Reasons for You to Fall in Love with Fiber

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Fiber amongst many other essential compounds is important for your health. There was a time when people thought fiber did not have much significant health value. With the passage of time, several studies were conducted and the evidence regarding fiber and their influence on overall health came to light. One of the … Read more

How to Celebrate National Health Lunch Day

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National healthy lunch day is celebrated almost across the world. It is held every year to encourage people to develop healthy lunch habits. The reason being, that lunch happens to be an important meal of the day. It should consist of healthy meals rather than calorie and sugar-filled items. Furthermore, this is … Read more

Restaurant Calorie Counts: Right to Know?

Some of the Best Organic Restaurants of the World

The FDA recently finalized their rule stating that calories will have to be posted “clearly and conspicuously” at: Restaurants with 20 or more outlets Vending machines with 20 or more machines Retail outlets such as movie theaters with 20 or more theaters While calories need to be posted up front on menu … Read more

Guide to Healthy Holiday Eating

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Holidays are meant to be relaxing and entertaining. While you indulge yourself in festivities and events, you are bound to become a bit careless about your weight and intake. People work on themselves the entire year and intake all sorts of diets to help them lose weight and stay healthy at the … Read more

Sneaky Healthy Thanks giving Desserts

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A common dilemma during the holidays is that there is just so much food delicious around that we can’t help but to overindulge. Do you know that the typical Thanksgiving dinner contains around 3,000 calories? And skipping the dessert on holiday isn’t right. Try out these healthier alternatives to your calorie- and … Read more

Beat Diabetes…by Cooking?!

World diabetes day awareness concept. The diabetic measures the level of glucose in the blood, 14 November.

In the United States, diabetes is increasing at an alarming rate. According to the CDC’s National Diabetes Statistics Report for 2020, diabetes cases have raised to 34.2 million people – meaning 10.5% of the US population has diabetes. In 2018 alone, about 1.5 million new cases of diabetes were recorded among adults. … Read more

World Food Day: Working Against Hunger

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World Food Day is an international day honoring the commitment to eradicate hunger in the world. This day is celebrated on October 16 in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945 in Quebec, Canada. This day is celebrated by … Read more

How To Keep Halloween Healthy?

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Halloween is that time of the year when everyone even the adults want to let loose. However, adults aside it is the kids that need to be dealt with. With treats of every kind laying around the house, there is no doubt that the taste buds will want to have a piece … Read more

Dorm Room Diet Done Right

Dorm Room Diet Done Right

Colleges and universities are back in session, and that means students are busy stocking their dorm room refrigerators. As students are gearing up for a new school year – many have questions about how to eat healthy on campus without gaining the dreaded “Freshman 15”. Here are some tips for staying lean … Read more

Peanuts: A Food to Take to Heart

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A Harvard study found that people who ate a handful of nuts every day lived longer, healthier lives than those who did not eat nuts. Most people think that peanuts belong to the nut family, but in actual it belongs to the legume family. Since peanuts are grown underground, they are considered as ground-nuts. … Read more

How to Eat Like Gold Medal Olympic Athletes

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It takes years for the Olympic athletes to adjust and perfect their diet. To compete professionally, we can learn about the nutrition tips from the world-class athletes that inspired them to the gold medal. Athletes approximately consumed a combined total of 330 tons of fruits and vegetables and 19 tons of eggs … Read more

Girl Scout Cookie Season: Be Prepared

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The Girls Scout cookie season is underway with the same old zeal and entrepreneurial spirit. Girl Scouts from across the US will participate in the adventure-loaded program for yet another year. The 6 – 8-week period is perfect for reviving the classic family specialty and introducing more to the lineup. The girl … Read more

Super Bowl Snack Makeover: Crispy Buffalo Chicken Bites

Super Bowl Snack Makeover: Crispy Buffalo Chicken Bites

Super bowl is almost here, meaning Americans are getting ready to get together, cheer…and gorge. This Super Bowl Sunday – why not lighten up your snack offerings with this quick and easy Buffalo Chicken Bites recipe? 3 super easy swaps make this recipe a fan favorite that’s delicious and not that bad … Read more

Smart Food Resolutions

Smart Food Resolutions

If you’re like more than 40% of Americans, chances are you’re going to be making at least one New Year’s resolution soon. But did you know that only 8% of New Year’s resolutions actually succeed? Here are some simple tips for making your Smart Food Resolutions STICK this New Year: Plan Ahead … Read more