This recipe illustrates how easy it is to increase flavor in foods by increasing the surface area that is exposed to heat.
Supplements are not the answer if you want to increase your consumption of omega-3 fatty acids. Choose from these delicious foods instead.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease and arthritis. One of the key benefits is their ability to act as an anti-inflammatory.
Can some foods make your skin look firmer, clearer and younger? Registered dietitian Laura Jeffers talks about healthy choices for you that are also healthy for your skin.
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Healthy fats, especially DHA, an omega-3 fat, help your brain work optimally. They help with mood, memory, concentration, speech and cognition.
If you haven’t tried chia seed pudding yet, you’re in for a real (and healthy) treat.
This Italian-inspired salad is a quick workday meal for the entire family. Packed with fiber, potassium, and your daily allotment of omega-3-rich fats, this is a perfect dish anytime you need to get a no-fuss meal on the table.
Salmon breaks apart so delicately with your fork — it’s hard to believe something so delicious can be so good for you too. It provides essential omega-3 fatty acids, which your body can only get from your diet. The American Heart Association recommends we eat two four-ounce servings of fish each week.
Omega-3 fatty acids are called the essential fats because we need them to survive. The tricky thing is that our bodies cannot produce these types of acid. This is where fish comes in. Fish are the number one source of omega-3 fatty acids. And just to make it more interesting, fish provide two types of omega-3 fatty … Read More
A healthy diet can be good for your heart as well as your waistline. “You can definitely reduce your risk of developing cardiovascular disease by eating certain foods every day,” says Julie Zumpano, RD, LD, a dietitian in the Preventive Cardiology and Nutrition Program at Cleveland Clinic. “There is a great variety of fruits and vegetables that … Read More