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EatingWell Blogs (Page 18)

January 13, 2016 - 12:13pm

Love bananas? Toffee? How about whipped cream? Then you’ve got to try banoffee pie, one of Great Britain’s sweetest contributions to the confectionary world.

No denying that it’s irresistibly creamy, caramelly and sugary. But it’s also usually quite a calorie bomb, so we’ve taken the classic and given it a little nip-’n’-tuck.

The result: Our pie has half the calories, over 65 percent less saturated fat and 40 percent less sugar than a traditional version. Don’t worry—it still delivers all the amazing taste of the original.

Here are five ways we made banoffee pie healthier:

1. We piled on the potassium-rich bananas, which also add natural sweetness.
2. For the filling we use half as much sweetened condensed milk (it's loaded with calories) and choose the nonfat kind to...

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January 12, 2016 - 3:21pm

Remember when your furniture was mostly plastic crates in different configurations and you ate ramen at least once a day? If you never thought you’d touch ramen again, this recipe for Easy Miso-Chicken Ramen will change your mind. It takes a little longer than pouring boiling water on the contents of a plastic pouch—but not much. It tastes a whole lot better than that packaged stuff and it’s healthier too!

Don't Miss: More Quick Healthy Soups

You can make this quick homemade chicken soup in just 30 minutes. You sauté the special Asian trinity of scallions, garlic and ginger in sesame oil until their fragrance tells you something great is going on in your kitchen. Add white miso and soy sauce, cut-up chicken thighs, bok choy and...

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January 12, 2016 - 9:18am

Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen have a pretty strict diet according to this interview with their private chef on Boston.com. It’s not a huge surprise given that keeping their bodies in tiptop health is incredibly important for their respective careers. We’re totally on board with their mostly plant-based eating habits (lots of produce and whole grains) and their focus on quality proteins like wild salmon and grass-fed organic steak.

Don't Miss: The Best 30-Day Meal Plan to Get Healthy

But, there are a lot of...

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January 11, 2016 - 12:02pm

U.S. News & World Report’s Best Diets 2016, released earlier this month, ranked 38 diet plans. But the No. 1 diet may surprise you. The “Best Diets Overall” winner (for the sixth year in a row): the DASH diet.

Pictured Recipe: Corn & Black Bean Quinoa Salad

The DASH diet—or Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension—was developed to combat high blood pressure (hypertension is the medical term for high blood pressure). So it certainly doesn’t fall into the realm of trendy diets like Paleo or the Alkaline Diet. To earn a spot on the “Best Diets” list, the diet plan has to help with weight loss and diabetes (research shows the DASH diet does)—as well as be easy to follow and nutritious (check and check). Their panel of...

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January 8, 2016 - 9:37am
By Lisa D'Agrosa, M.S., R.D. in EatingWell Blogs

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...

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