Category: Nutrition

Healthy Living
PS1000

About Frank’s Hot Sauce

Everyone knows the famous orange/red bottle, and might just be familiar with the taste of Frank’s Hot Sauce as well. It is approved on the PS1000 plan during phase 1, but some people might question why. It has a blend of approved ingredients that make your meals a little more flavorful. The hot sauce was

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Healthy Living
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The Health Benefits of Tuna

Tuna fish fresh off the boat is a tasty experience if you have not already been lucky enough to try it. There have been an abundance of health benefits when you consume the right kind of tuna, but beware that not all tuna is considered healthy. When you do consume the right kind of tuna,

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

10 Smoothie Add-Ins to Supercharge Your Morning

While it’s always best to get the majority of your nutrients from whole foods, smoothies work very well as an occasional meal replacement and/or a way to pack extra nutrition into your diet between or with meals. You might already be a smoothie fanatic and curious about how to reap the maximum benefits from your

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Nutrition
Rachel Fiske

All About Shrimp

There are some people who love shrimp and others who do not love it, but the nutritional benefits for this food are more positive than they are negative. With the refreshing recipe Shrimp and Avocado Summer Rolls you can either add it in, or keep it out depending on your preference. If you add it

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Healthy Living
PS1000

About Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti squash has gotten a lot of recent attention due to its ability to look like spaghetti, but has a low calorie and carbohydrate count.  This is especially nice on the nights you want to make spaghetti and meatballs, but are forced to forego the spaghetti due to diet restrictions. When I bought my first

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

11 Ways to Cut Calories Without Really Trying

Dieting can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to. The good news is that there are plenty of simple, quick tips that you can start right away to be well on your way to a healthier diet and lifestyle. Thinking of “dieting” not as a short-term, difficult and pain-inducing plan and more of a switch

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Healthy Living
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All About Cod

Cod usually takes the backseat to the usual fan favorites like Salmon, Tilapia, Shrimp, Tuna, and Lobster however it still tastes fabulous. It is a very useful and healthy fish to consume, and there are some great recipes to take advantage of like the Cod With Herbed Pea Relish in the recipe section. So what makes

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Family
Rachel Fiske

Should You Filter Your Water? (+ Best Filters)

A common question is: “should I be filtering my tap water?” While this depends on where you live and the particular contaminants found in your city water supply, the short answer is probably: yes. Some city tap water supplies are much more concerning than others (ones that should definitely be filtered), and others that aren’t

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Healthy Living
PS1000

Cloud Bread: What is it?

You may or may not have heard about cloud bread, and what makes it so special. This “bread” is not your typical carbohydrate and caloric filled snack, but rather it is a low calorie high protein bread that can be substituted for a variety of things. For those of you who are watching your carbohydrate

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Healthy Living
PS1000

All About Tomatoes

The tomatoes you see in the Tex-Mex Salsa are a wonderfully fresh and flavorful way to incorporate tomatoes into your diet. They are versatile and can be grown in the garden, or they can be easily purchased at the grocery store for convenience. Not only are tomatoes great for your insides, but they also act

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