Every day we approach meals with the high hopes of keeping them not only healthy and low in calories, but delicious. This post proves all three can be accomplished for any meal, as well as snacks. The following ideas provide low calorie, flavorful options. But be careful, think of your individual caloric needs when selecting foods… Continue reading Can Philly Cheese Sloppy Joes and Chocolate Muffins Be a Part of a Healthy Diet? Yes!
When people think of nuts, it often conjures images of a savory, crunchy snack. Some might avoid them because they are high in fat and may lead to weight gain. While it isn't completely inaccurate, the fats found in nuts are healthy fats and include polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats which help decrease inflammation and lower… Continue reading Almonds Improve Quality of Diet Without Weight Gain
Easter marks a beautiful time of year. Signs of spring are beginning to show themselves- warmth, beautiful blooms, and new life starting a new cycle. Today we will share several recipes for the Easter holiday that focus on healthy eating that supports your body's function. And, don't forget to check out our weekly exercise posts… Continue reading 8 Nutritious Main Easter Dishes
Calorie restriction isn't new. Many weight-loss strategies are built around the premise that a calorie deficit is what is needed to lose pounds. And it's true. Consuming more than the quantity of calories your body needs will only lead to a surplus, which results in weight gain over time. Weight loss, and maintaining a healthy… Continue reading Calorie Restriction May Slow Aging
It's become a well-known, yet somewhat controversial, method of improving weight loss results- intermittent fasting. Many people support that the body benefits from a period without food after it has finished burning calories since the last meal. Not only do some advocates say it helps weight loss, but some say the method is a way… Continue reading Size of Meals, Not Intermittent Fasting, May Aid Weight Loss