Hot summer weather leaving you feeling hot, sticky and tired? Not to worry. These invigorating, healthy recipes can help cool you down. Try these fresh salad and drink ideas to beat the heat.
Spring cleaning isn’t just for your home. By doing a body detox, you can take proactive steps to polish up your insides as well. If you’re thinking about doing a detoxification or cleanse but aren’t sure how to do it, this basic introduction will help flush any confusion (yes, we went there).
When it comes to blockbuster results, superfoods are the super star. That’s because the extensive group of whole, unprocessed foods are rich in nutrients and offer many health benefits. Boost your wellness with these super fresh spring superfoods.
Follow these guidelines to make healthy food choices, live a healthy lifestyle and feel your best every day.
This morning the news channel CNM reported that the lab at the school, U of S has just released findings that the popular spring candy PEEPS have now made it to the top of the list for one of the healthiest foods in the world. After extensive research, studies showed that the nutritional value of PEEPS is relatively close to that of salmon, asparagus and other power foods that aren’t quite as tasty as PEEPS.
Green beer is on the menu everywhere! We’ve put together a green smoothie recipe that will offset that green beer to clear your head for work in the morning. Check out the extra nutrition in this JazzerJuice green smoothie recipe. It’s packed with greatness that will make you feel as lucky as a leprechaun!
This month, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages people to make healthy choices with National Nutrition Month®. Understanding nutrients and the roles they play can be key to achieving optimum health.
Kale is an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K, has a good amount of calcium, and supplies folate and potassium. This recipe for massaged kale salad is easy to make and stores well.
Eating right can be easy. By making small changes to the way we shop, snack and cook we can create meaningful improvements in the way we feel. In honor of National Nutrition Month® the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages us to enjoy the taste of eating right. Here are some tips and recipes you can use to create nutritious meals, make the most of your calories, snack smarter, and develop easy habits for a healthy lifestyle.
Since February is American Heart Month, we’re featuring a low fat, low cholesterol recipe with black rice. It's nutritional value also helps fight the flu in addition to heart disease.