EatingWell Blogs (Page 12)
We want you to make 2016 your healthiest year yet. Join us January 4-29 for the Make Healthy Happen Challenge. We’ll be offering tips, recipes, dinner plans and inspiration to make healthy happen.
Pictured Recipe: Chorizo Migas
How did the first week go? Have you been eating healthier meals and staying on track with your goals? If so, great! And if not, now’s your chance to wipe the slate clean and start fresh again. Our 500-calorie dinner plan is full of crazy-good recipes and this week’s tips are...read full post »
During the Super Bowl, while my husband is in front of the television yelling about bad play calls, I’ll be in the kitchen enjoying some of my favorite Super Bowl recipes. I’m going to make chips and dips, onion rings, jalapeño poppers and chicken wings just to name a few. Some of our recipes for these favorite snacks use an easy, mess free oven-fry technique that gives food a crispy golden crust and moist interior. It tastes like fried food, but it’s better for you. Score!
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I’ve always been a breakfast eater. It gives me a much-needed energy boost—along with a cup of coffee, of course—and it helps me from being so famished at lunch that I end up overeating. Download a FREE Quick Breakfast Cookbook!
But eating a morning meal is also a healthy habit if you’re watching your weight. Here’s why: research shows that regular breakfast eaters tend to be leaner and dieters are more successful at losing weight—and keeping it off—when they eat breakfast. What’s more, people who typically eat...read full post »
Juicing is so 2015. “Souping” is gaining traction as the way to cleanse. Basically you eat vegetable soup (chunky or pureed) and nothing else for a prescribed amount of time—a day, three days, five days—and poof, you’re healthier, slimmer and cleaner, inside and out.
Don't Miss: The Only Weight-Loss Soup Recipe You Need
As with juicing, eating just soup won’t rid your body of toxins. Your body does this naturally, thanks to your liver and kidneys. However, souping does hold some benefits over juicing.
Most soups are high in fiber and other nutrients because they contain whole ingredients, such as a whole carrot instead of carrot juice, and many are naturally lower in sugar because they’re more veggies than fruit...read full post »
Resolved: I will lose weight, save money and be healthier in 2016. Sound familiar? If you made even just one of these resolutions this year, I have a tip for how to get started…use your slow cooker. Sound wacky? Find out how this one handy piece of kitchen equipment can help you meet your new year’s resolutions (and if your resolution is to revive 1970s cooking methods, even better!).
If your resolution is to: Lose weight
How the slow cooker can help: Cooking at home is a great first step in trying to get your diet under control. Since slow–cooked food relies on long, moisture-rich cooking, you can use less oil than if you were cooking with dry heat in the oven or on the stove. Using your slow cooker to make dinner means that dinner is ready when you get in the door—no more hungrily...