Healthy Eating 101
Healthy Eating 101
Learn to eat healthy with our expert tips and delicious inspiration to help you prepare healthy food for you and your family.
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We love a good morning smoothie to help us start the day right—full of energy and nutrients to accomplish all we've set out to do. However, smoothies can quickly become sugar bombs if you're not careful, causing a crash and burn just a few hours into your day. Luckily, McKel Kooienga, a registered dietitian and founder of the popular blog Nutrition Stripped, shared her hack for keeping the sugar down in your smoothie without compromising on creaminess and flavor—frozen zucchini!
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Belly fat seems to be the last thing to go when you're trying to lose weight. And of course, for superficial reasons, many people try and target that stubborn belly fat through eating better and working out (hello, ab work!)
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Ever get so overwhelmed that you started to feel physical symptoms? Maybe an upset stomach? Well, you're not alone. There is a growing body of research that is exploring stress and what it does to the gut. Keep reading to see how stress can effect your digestive health and get tips for how to relieve stress for a healthier gut.
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If you're working with a tight grocery budget, shopping and cooking—especially for one person—can be really difficult. But there are some easy ways to save on your next grocery trip (without having to eat the same meal every day for a week or resorting to salt-laden frozen pizza).
Here are 10 affordable items to put on your shopping list to save time and money the next time you hit the grocery store.
If you regularly suffer from acid reflux, you know that it can be both uncomfortable and hard to control. First of all, know that you're not alone: Approximately one in five adults in America suffer from gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), the medical condition commonly known as acid reflux, according to the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).