When it comes to eating healthy, there are a few different schools of thought. However, despite all the differences, one thing is always agreed upon: it’s healthier to cook at home, from scratch.
I am never without spinach in my refrigerator or freezer. Luckily for my parents, I’ve always loved spinach. They did a great job weaving it into our dinners. Lucky for me, spinach is great for our overall health. Dark leafy greens in general are a great source of antioxidants and other heart and cardiovascular health.
Incorporating vegetables and fruits into your diet is a must; more so if you’re trying to lose weight. If you’re looking to drop a few pounds, here are some vegetables that can help.
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is the commonplace name for Chenopodium quinoa, which is a plant in the amaranth family. It has been the subject of attention for much of the health-conscious community for quite some time… and for good reason.
Dr. Oz, The Biggest Loser are only a few talking about “Fat Flush Water.” But how does water flush fat out of your system? Clearly, water is not some kind of magic potion or diet supplement. Our bodies needs enough water every day to keep hydrated and cleanse…
As the clock strikes its last chime, so will come countless New Year’s resolutions. Across America, millions of people will promise themselves and others that they are going to get fit and healthy in 2015.