When it comes to healthy diet and weight loss, little things add up. Try these simple substitutions to make health gains without sacrificing flavor.
Need a quick meal for two that’s also low-fat and healthy? These delicious fillets are thin and flaky -- and they cook up in five minutes.
Instead of using pre-packaged barbeque sauce, which often contain high fructose corn syrup and tend to be very high in sodium, this recipe calls for more natural sources of sugar, including honey and molasses, and no added salt.
A few easy fixes will lower your weight and reduce your disease risk. From sitting to stress eating, drop bad habits and drop weight.
Here’s a yummy addition to your Mother’s Day brunch. Applesauce and healthy canola oil keep these muffins moist. And they’re a perfect size for a snack.
Enjoy this less sweet treat for the family. Our recipe has 30 percent less sugar and 50 percent fewer calories and fat than the original.
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TMAO, a byproduct of intestinal bacteria—aka “gut flora”— is found to contribute to heart disease. A Cleveland Clinic study shows this could lead to an accurate screening tool for predicting future heart problems in people not traditionally considered at risk.