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Pizza and Its Healthy Alternative

We all love pizza from the crispy crust to the toppings of meat, veggies, and cheese. Even though it can be a high fat and calorie junk food choice, it can be made with healthier alternatives. For instance, check out this recipe for a Mega-Meat pizza from Pillsbury.com and its nutrition facts. Mega Meat Pizza […]

 

Cinnamon: The Extra Spice to Life

Cinnamon is an ancient and versatile spice, and people have used it in all kinds of food. They even ate it back in 2000 B.C! According to some researchers, cassia cinnamon has some health benefits. According to medicalnewstoday.com, cinnamon can help with: Muscle spasms Vomiting and diarrhea Infections The common cold Loss of appetite Blood […]

 

The Lives and Times of Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits and vegetables are in season and taste the best at different times of the year. When deciding on meals and snacks, this list can help you get the most for your taste buds. Winter Produce: December-February Brussels sprouts Buttercup squash Chestnuts Collard Greens Kale Leeks Sweet Potatoes Turnips Clementines Dates Grapefruit Kiwi Fruit Mandarin […]

 

The Truth behind Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt is creamy, smooth, and has a slightly tangy taste. You can eat it plain, or with fruit. You can use it as a substitute in recipes that call for sour cream, milk, butter, and even mayonnaise. Greek yogurt also has many benefits if you are looking to eat healthier too. So what is […]

 

Whittling Down Your Appetite

One of the major challenges involved in losing weight is learning to control urges to eat. Cravings can hit at any time, and can be really persuasive. It’s therefore necessary to learn to decrease your appetite and manage those cravings. Here are a few tips that may prove helpful: Brush your teeth or use mouthwash. […]

 

8 Great Substitutes for Beef

Over the past few years, it has come to light that eating copious amounts of beef isn’t the best thing for your health. Overconsumption of beef can lead to obesity, cancer, and Type 2 diabetes. Moderation of beef intake can help avoid some the associated risks of a beef-rich diet. That’s all well and good, […]