Knowing what foods to avoid can be tough if you have high blood pressure. This list makes it easy, plus gives you ideas about what to eat instead!
With this recipe, fruit is back on the dessert menu!
Heart healthy chocolate date sauce is perfect for drizzling on anything you’d use regular chocolate sauce on, but so much better!
Are eggs good or bad? Research seems to keep going back and forth. I break it down here.
A fun way to eat vegetables for breakfast – or anytime!
Lighten things up this spring with this satisfyingly simple miso soup!
A fun and delicious way to decrease your food waste, and save your hard-earned money from the trash, while improving your health!
Pizza isn’t off limits anymore! With this, it’s even great for your heart and waistline!
Crunchy, a little salty, and falafel-y! What’s not to love?
Love is in the air, and there’s no better way to show that love than with something that is so decadent AND healthy (and simple. too)!
This velvety smoothie is a great way to start your day chock full of nutrition and flavor. Throw it all in the blender and go!
Everyone at your Super Bowl party will love this dip, Steelers fan or not! It goes great with watching you-know-who lose! 😉
Canned beans and tomatoes make this a quick and easy lunch for busy weekends, or a weeknight supper. Lighter than true chili, and bursting with flavor, this is sure to become your go-to bowl of goodness!
What could be better than hot herbal tea on a cold day – using herbs you probably already have in your cabinet!
5 Minute Weeknight Tacos are almost faster than the drive thru – and a whole lot healthier! You’ll want this on your weekly meal rotation!
Looking for something healthy and yummy to spread on your toast in the morning? Look no further! This blueberry thyme chia jam is all of that AND super easy to make from ingredients you probably already have.
A great way to get extra mileage out of your vegetable scraps! Use in place of water in recipes for soups and casseroles, or use in place of water to make rice or quinoa.
There are some classic combos out there: peanut butter and jelly; cinnamon and sugar, milk and cereal. Oranges and cranberries definitely rate up there, especially in November and December! This orange cranberry bread comes just in time to make for Christmas morning...
Holidays are stressful! Here are some tips to help you increase your inner peace this season.
Oatmeal packed with apple cinnamon goodness to start your day right!
Make your Thanksgiving a little healthier this year by trying these 12 tips!