Nuts, fruit, cheese, and dressing: I think you will agree that at any one of these ingredients is bound to be your favorite part of a salad. So why not combine all of these into one miraculous creation? You’ll rethink all future salads once you try this one.
At your Independence Day cookout this year, the possibilities of kabobs are endless. Here are a few general tips:
White beans mashed with ripe avocado and blended with sharp Cheddar and onion makes an incredibly rich filling for this wrap. The tangy, spicy slaw adds crunch while the distinct flavors of cilantro and chile sauce are a healthy way to add flavor.
Today, eat oatmeal not a bagel.
Oatmeal is just as delicious but far MORE nutritious.
Diets we hate but doing this feels GREAT!
So give yourself a love pat, ‘cause you won’t gain the extra fat.
This is such a satisfying meal with its warm comforting ingredients, beautiful colors and textures, and Mediterranean flair- squash, chard, beans, olives, tomato sauce, parmesan cheese, and rice (one of my substitutions.) Serve with mixed green salad with radicchio and red onion and crisp white wine. Heavenly.
People often say it costs too much to eat healthily. When you’re trying to feed a family of four on little to no budget, it seems impossible to choose high nutrient foods like fruits, vegetables and whole foods without draining your wallet.
But that’s not always the case. In fact, some of the healthiest foods in the world are cheap. Really cheap. Don’t believe me? Check out Sara Novak’s “15 Superfoods for under $20.” And if preparation is an obstacle, I’ve included the link to very easy, delicious recipes.
The Thanksgiving feast is almost here. And before we even gather around the table, some of us lament that we’ll be the one stuffed!
But you are part of a powerful and growing movement of people dedicated to total, long lasting health.
I like easy. In life and in the kitchen. And this recipe can help make both happen.
That’s because this spread is earthy and nourishes your body, it contains olives, a great brain-food, so supports your mind, and it marries sweet and salty to stimulate your senses. Doesn’t life feel better already?
Too often we blame ourselves for a weak will power when it comes to food. But that may not always be the case. Certain foods are addictive so no matter how much your will power attempts to hold strong, you just can’t stop. In fact, no matter how much you fill up on them, you never seem to feel satiated.
That’s because of a simple but powerful truth: whole foods fill you up while processed or junk food can bring on the pangs of hunger as if you didn’t eat anything at all. Why?