Read this article to learn 10 foods never need refrigeration!10 Foods to Never RefrigerateNinaGhamrawi
Healthier cooking does not mean creating bland and boring food. Healthy food can be delicious too - when made with the right ingredients and cooked in a healthier way! Some healthy cooking techniques include: choosing better carbohydrates, swapping the protein, using less fat, and switching up your cooking methods.Healthier Lifestyle Cooking TipsNinaGhamrawi
Living without a fridge may make it seem like you need to rely on food from restaurants and fast food, but luckily this isn’t true. You can eat healthy at home even without access to cold storage! In this article we will walk you through some of the main ingredients to rely on if you don’t have a fridge. We also give you some tips for storing food to make it last longer. No Fridge. No Problem. Eating Healthy is Still PossibleBrookeMarsal
Heart failure can occur if the heart cannot pump (systolic) or fill (diastolic) adequately. This means that the heart doesn't work as well as it should, and can't pump blood well enough to meet your body's needs all the time. You may have symptoms, making it difficult to do some daily tasks, or you may have no symptoms at all and a mild condition. Regardless, there are many ways that you can manage your diet, medications, and lifestyle to control symptoms.
Do salads get boring? Is the sly blue? Depending what you add, they can be quick, versatile and enjoyable! What are you waiting for? Build a better salad!Building A Better SaladPraveenaKumar
Most breakfasts high in protein are also high in fat and salt, which takes a toll on your heart, and many "healthy" breakfasts are almost all carbohydrates, which really increases blood sugars. But I have a great solution for you - perfect for those chilly autumn mornings, and packed with fiber, healthy proteins and carbohydrates - my healthy orange cranberry cookie-scones! Try it out! Healthy Breakfast Cookie-SconesNinaGhamrawi
Tired of the same old, oatmeal for breakfast? Add less sugar, more spice, and (of course) everything nice, and try out a bowl of savory oats for a change. Savory OatsNinaGhamrawi
Eating healthy on a limited budget can be quite challenging. On average, a single person will only receive $30/week in SNAP dollars (if eligible). This may not seem like a huge amount, but by carefully navigating the grocery store, you can use your SNAP dollars to purchase a month’s worth of healthy foods. This article will provide you with some tips on how to do this. Making the Most of Your SNAP DollarsBrookeMarsal