If “we are what we eat” with regard to physical well-being (including whether or not we can still fit into that favorite pair of jeans!), it’s also true when it comes to how we feel. Healthy and mindful eating can also positively affect our mood.
Your only activity during the week consists of dashing out the door – to the car, to work and back again. On the weekends, you join some pals to take to that softball diamond or shoot hoops with a vengeance, thinking you’re 20 (assuming that you’re not).
A twist on traditional tabbouleh, this one is grain-free and therefore gluten-free as well (just make sure all other ingredients are also certified gluten-free to be extra sure, if you’re following a gluten-free diet). Low in fat and sodium, and zero cholesterol, it’s also a good source of potassium at 280 mg. Cauliflower boosts the veggie content for a delectable side dish or on its own!
This gluten-free dish is an elegant yet easy way to serve chicken. The best part is it looks impressive yet is simple to prepare and healthy too (each serving is just 205 calories). Wait for the “oohs” and “ahs” the next time you’re dining with friends! Delish!
Studies show that adult obesity has doubled over the past 30 years. In a world filled with technology, they also reveal that, on average, we’ve begun sleeping less over the past few decades. Is this a coincidence in the age of multitaskers?
As the holidays approach, we look forward to happy times spent with family and friends. What we don’t relish is the stress of last-minute preparations and the aftereffects that holiday celebrations can have on our health.
The “mocktail” is making a big splash, not only on the flavor front and in specialty bars across the country, but in cookbooks, headlines and across the Web as an alternative to traditional alcohol-based drinks.
Here’s a light-yet-rich-tasting comfort food to ease you from fall into winter soup time! There’s an array of different mushrooms in this recipe ideally, but you can also use white button mushrooms if you can’t find the more exotic mix.
Life is a balancing act (in a three-ring circus, it can sometimes seem – whether at home, at work, or, yes, most times, both!). The change of seasons means a flurry of new activities and schedules, plus holiday planning, entertaining and shopping bearing down.
Alcohol is linked to an estimated 28 individual car crash deaths per day in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). That means someone dies, needlessly, roughly every 53 minutes, at a staggering annual cost of more than $44 billion.