As we step into October, we welcome the earthy flavors of fall. From crisp sweet apples, to rich winter squash, the foods of fall are here. To warm up on a cool fall evening, enjoy delicious pork tenderloin topped with baked apples, or a bowl of homemade butternut squash soup. Fall comfort foods like pot roast and baked chicken are also well matched with the season's fresh produce.
Apples are an easy snack. They pack well into lunch boxes, there’s little to no prepping involved, and they’re very nutritious. With its soluble fiber, an apple is a great snack choice when you need and want to stay filled in between meals. If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy this classic snack,...
Before starting any diet it’s always nice to have a little bit of information about it, from the approach to the diet to the types of foods that are allowed. Here are some basic Q&As for the Anti-Inflammatory Diet.
Who created the Anti-Inflammatory Diet? Dr. Andrew Weil
What is the approach to the Anti-Inflammatory Diet?...
For many people, sleep is elusive. And with the rise of smartphones, where so much is at our fingertips, unplugging is easier said than done. If you or someone you know is having a hard time getting to sleep, you may want to take note of the following foods that may help with getting more...
Remember when P.F. Chang's Lettuce Wraps hit the food scene? They were, and still are, a hit. And what's really amazing about them is that lettuce has become a culinary rock star when it comes to wraps and healthier eating. Yes. Lettuce. Lettuce is now a "bun" and a "tortilla," figuratively speaking.
Lettuce is low...
Do you know the symptoms of heat stroke? If your answer is no, you may want to take note of these symptoms:
A lack of sweating
High body temperature (higher than 104 F)
Muscle cramps or weakness
Nausea and vomiting
Rapid heart beat
When someone is exposed to...