Nothing says fall like a heaping bowl of hearty stew, and this one even includes a fall favorite – pumpkin! So if you’re already picturing it simmering away (with an aroma of spices that include cinnamon, to really bring the autumn theme home), you’ll also love how easy it is to prepare with a slow cooker.
Halloween is magical for kids and parents, but as they say, it’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Mishaps can happen, but pumpkin-carving injuries are preventable when Jack O’ Lantern time gets into full swing.
Here’s a sweet treat combining that all-time favorite combo of peanut butter and chocolate that works at home or on the go. Especially yummy when it’s paired with an ice cold glass of skim milk, this one comes in at just 75 calories with just 4 grams of sugar. The rolled oats make it even more guilt free if you’re looking to include more whole grains, too.
With the days of late summer fading out, you’re starting to police the yard and deciding what to tackle once cooler temperatures prevail. Before the first leaf falls (if you live someplace where the seasons noticeably change), you can start ridding the deck of spent potted flowers, prepping a fresh patch of ground for bulb planting, clearing yard debris, cutting back shrubs, touching up the porch paint — you get the picture.
Substance use and mental illness can be uncomfortable topics to discuss. That’s why National Recovery Month is a great way to get the conversation going. Millions of people across the nation have turned their lives around with treatment, and that’s not something to hide.
Want to burn about 200–250 calories within 15–20 minutes and feel like a kid while you do it? We all remember the jump rope games we used to play as children, and we’ve seen boxers go through their paces, jumping rope while prepping for rounds in the ring. Rest assured, there is a happy medium.
Everybody mango! This smoothie is nutritious, refreshing, and filling as a breakfast alternative, or as a mid-day snack (perhaps even dessert!). Low in fat (2 grams, plus 1 saturated) and cholesterol (5 mg.), it’s also a good source of calcium, containing 157 mg. Drink it up at just 106 calories!
Light and moist, the zesty flavor medley of the Mediterranean comes through in this perfect summer fish dish for family and friends. Using garlic, onion, tomato, and the other herbs (along with a good olive oil) eliminates the need for salt and more fat. It’s just 177 calories with 4 grams of fat per serving (plus only 1 gram of saturated fat), 281 mg. sodium, and only 56 grams of cholesterol.
Sometimes you just need to get away, and the best way to ensure that you return home with that picture-perfect memory of a fantastic trip, is preparation before you go – and being travel smart while you’re gone.