Category: Nutrition

Healthy Living
laurenjones

Top Five Holiday Recipe Swaps

Just like that, the Holidays are upon us whether we like it or not! With all of the hustle and bustle, sticking to your healthy eating routine can be somewhat of a trick to do when cookies, and cakes are being given to you left and right. Don’t get me wrong, I love these gifts

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Nutrition
kyliedaniels

Red Curry Chicken Recipe

Whether you are following the PS1000 Plan and are looking for a nice warm and cozy meal or simply just need a healthy option for the season, this red curry chicken recipe is delicious! Prep: 15 mins. Cook: 15 mins. Yield: 4 Servings Calories: 267 per serving Ingredients 1/2 tbsp coconut oil 1 onion peeled

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Is Red Wine Actually A Superfood?

If you’re like many people, you’re might be happy to be reading that red wine can be considered a superfood. While this has been a highly debated topic in the world of health and nutrition, it seems clear that red wine does provide some substantial benefits, especially when compared to other forms of alcohol. For example, studies have

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

How Lemons and Lemon Water Can Seriously Boost Your Health

Lemons are quite a popular fruit, so they might very well already be part of your regular diet. But are you fully aware just how healthy they really are, and the many ways they are benefiting your body? If you already include lemon in your cooking, congratulations! You are doing your body some major favors.

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Nutrition
Rachel Fiske

Protein Powder 101

You can think of protein as the building blocks for all of your body’s cells. Protein is made of amino acids that are essential to survival, such as maintaining your organs in working condition, healthy skin (also an organ), muscles and tendons. Protein also works to make hormones, neurotransmitters and enzymes. Unfortunately, many people either

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Top Vitamin C Rich Foods

The first at home remedy that most people think of when they are getting sick or in the full blown throws of a cold, is vitamin C. So, is vitamin C really so effective for fighting the common cold? Let’s take a look at the evidence, and also the top vitamin C containing foods. Vitamin

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

How to Have a Healthy Thanksgiving and Holiday Season

The holidays are upon us yet again, and it can surely be a wonderful time. Between friends, family, vacations and (often) overindulgence, you might be dreading coming out of this beloved holiday season with 10 extra pounds and a new years resolution you’re unsure how to even begin. This year, how about kicking off the

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Sweet Potatoes vs. Yams: Which is Better?

Most people think that yams and sweet potatoes are one in the same, when in fact they aren’t even part of the same family. Yams are a tropical root vegetable in the lily family, native and (still today) most common in parts of the world such as the Carribean, South and Central America, and parts

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Healthy Living
Rachel Fiske

Best Low Sugar Fruits (+Is Fruit Ok For Weight Loss?)

You’ve probably heard a million times to eat more fruits and veggies. But when it comes to fruit, there is a lot of confusion as to whether they are actually good for us, due to their high sugar content. The fact of the matter is that fruit is a very healthy part of a balanced diet

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