If you have been trying to lose weight and your favorites are foods that are high in fat, salt, or sugar, it’s easy to feel a sense of guilt. My latest blog post has a few thoughts about how to enjoy your food.
What is a healthy diet? Eating a healthy diet is not about strict limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about …
After a difficult day at work, it’s common to feel more like just ordering a takeaway or throwing a ready meal into the microwave. However, if you do cook for yourself, you can get something more nutritious to eat and ease some of your stress. Instead of thinking of cooking as a chore, see it as something productive to do for yourself to relieve your stress.
McDonalds is a popular fast-food restaurant that may seem like an unlikely place for vegan food, but it surprisingly offers some options for people who have decided to cut meat out of their diet. Whether you’re looking for something quick or you just happen to be at the Golden Arches when your stomach starts rumbling, there are a few vegan choices here. Let’s take a look at what they offer.
Are bagels vegan? The short answer is no, they aren’t always vegan. However, there’s a way around it, so keep reading! One great thing about being able to make your own homemade bagel is that you get to control what goes into them, which means they’ll generally be healthier too. You don’t need any special ingredients either – just some flour, yeast, and a few others!
Salads can be transformed from drab to flavorful with just a simple splash of dressing. Not only do dressings have an endless array of flavor and spice possibilities so you can find your perfect fit, but they’re also incredibly easy to make! This blog will cover the basics of what constitutes the best healthy salad dressing and will give you the tools to make your own fresh, nutritious, and affordable vinaigrettes, ranches, and more.
Whole-grain rye bread has an impressive amount of dietary fiber, as well as the minerals selenium, manganese, phosphorus, copper, zinc and iron. Rye bread is also rich in B vitamins, such as niacin, riboflavin, thiamin and pantothenic acid. Take a look at the nutrition facts below for two large slices (100 grams) of rye bread.