Every Thanksgiving, often it’s more than just the turkey that gets stuffed, and we may binge on food that is not good for us. The Mayo Clinic offers recipes for eating more healthfully this holiday season. (Photo: Monstera,via Pexels)
Doctors agree that the standard American diet causes thousands of early or unnecessary deaths every year. The White House is working on a strategy to encourage people to eat more healthfully, NPR reports. (Photo © saje – Fotolia.com)
Whether from farm stand or grocery store, summer-fresh vegetables are available to tantalize your taste buds, satisfy your appetite, and provide you everything you need for healthy living! What to choose? Here is Purewow’s list of the 15 most nutritious vegetables. Bon appetit!
Momma was right: you should eat vegetables because they are good for you. And it will never been easier or more delicious than now, when as the summer produce season enters its fullest stretch. Here, from Eating Well magazine, are dozens of recipes for using those farm fresh vegetables.
From deckside barbecues to seaside clambakes, and from ice-cream cones to smores by the campfire, summer offers us lots of opportunities to overindulge. But by making smart and informed decisions, you can enjoy summer treats without endangering your health, says this article from Health.com.
When it comes to living longer–and feeling healthier, happier and slimmer in the meantime–your fate has never been more firmly in your hands. Research indicates that no matter your genetic predispositions, you can take real steps toward reducing your risk of dying early (even down to turning off your fat genes) by tweaking your lifestyle and […]
‘IT’S PERSONAL’ Blog As America’s percentage of overweight and obese people continues to rise, nutritionists and health care professionals tell us we need to eat better, reducing consumption of fatty and sugary processed foods, and increasing our intake of fresh fruits and vegetables. In fact, in Massachusetts and Maine doctors are “prescribing” vegetables for low-income […]