Like clothing, music, and celebrities, certain foods come and go in terms of popularity. Here are 13 that may help you improve your health, assist your weight-loss efforts, or just give you the chance to give your taste buds something new!
Holiday season is upon us. Sugar season is here! Instead of over-indulging from Halloween through January 1st, I've committed to a "Sugar Free 'till Thanksgiving" challenge, and have come up with easy, sugar-free sweet recipes that both my son and I love.
When you gradually add in nutrient-dense, fiber-rich foods, you simply stop feeling cravings. You run out of space in your belly for the old junk. Instead of craving, you feel full, fulfilled, and content.
One great hurdle is denying yourself the freedom to indulge in snacks whenever you want, especially those that taste great and are really bad for you. With protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals, almonds could be just the solution for keeping your appetite in check until mealtime.
This chili was absolutely one of my go-to meals while I was taking off excess weight. Besides being delicious, it's incredibly healthy and makes for great leftovers. It freezes, thaws and reheats beautifully.
Although you'll thank your new boyfriend profusely for the enormous box of chocolates he gave you (who can resist that?) I definitely have some strategies to make this special day healthy, too. I can't guarantee you a date on Feb. 14, but I can certainly help you stock up on foods of love.