Tag: Food

7 Ways To Use Granola Beyond Yogurt Parfaits

Granola has built up a rep as a breakfast food and with good reason: The right granolas can pack some serious nutritional punch. You can get a little fiber and some protein in every mouthful. But there’s so much more you can do with the crunchy deliciousness than simply enjoying it in the A.M. And

The 10 Best Low-Carb Breads, According To Nutritionists

If you’re on a low-carb diet, like keto or Atkins, you probably think you have to break up with bread—which is seriously sad because bread is delicious and sandwiches are pretty much life. I get it, though, when you’re keeping a close eye on your carb count, it’s a lot of precious grams to use

Tamera Mowry-Housley’s Diet Is All About The 80\/20 Rule

Since her Sister, Sister days, Tamera Mowry-Housley has been BUSY. From co-hosting the talk show The Real to raising a family, she’s pretty much mastered the balancing act, both when it comes to hectic schedules and the food she puts on her plate. Of course, as with managing her acting career, marriage, and role as

Are Pretzels Healthy? Here\u2019s What Nutritionists Say

Sometimes you just need a nice pretzel amiright? But as you’re chowing away on your salty snack or biting into that chewy doughy goodness of a soft pretzel, you may ask yourself: Are pretzels actually healthy? How are pretzels made, exactly? Glad you asked! “Pretzels are made primarily of refined flour, a little bit of

20 Jackfruit Recipes That Taste Exactly Like Meat

Savory, tender, and deliciously juicy are words you’d typically use to describe a steak—but jackfruit, which has become one of the hottest meat substitutes at the supermarket, does a pretty good job of embodying those traits, too. Thanks to its versatile texture (and neutral taste!), there’s nothing this bumpy-skinned South Asian fruit can’t do. Like

Metabolites’ From Food Could Affect Your Stroke Risk

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2, 2020 — Levels of some small molecules called metabolites in the body may affect your risk of stroke, a new analysis suggests. Metabolites come from the food people eat, and they cause chemical processes within the bodies and microbes. An analysis of previously published studies found that the levels of 10 of

Fast food makes an unhealthy comeback among kids

(HealthDay)—After a period of improvement, U.S. kids are eating as much fast food as they were in the early 2000s, new government figures show. Researchers found that between 2003 and 2010, there was a decline in U.S. kids’ intake of fast-food calories—dipping from an average of 14% of daily calories, to just under 11%. The