EatingWell Blogs (Page 2)
Here are some gift ideas for people on your list who are always on top of latest health trends and love to take good care of themselves. Help spread the healthy cheer this holiday season with a fun color-blocked (and insulated) water bottle, a gift set of small-batch-farmed tea, the Test Kitchen's favorite spiralizer and a kit to make your own kombucha.
My Hydro by Hydroflask customizable-color bottle, starting at $29hydroflask.com
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Before I became a mother I didn’t think too much about Halloween and candy bars … and sugar comas. But now that my daughter is old enough to indulge in all that Halloween has to offer, I’m paying more attention. I know a few candy corns won’t hurt anybody, but the problem with Halloween is that even though it’s only one day, the candy and parties appear for weeks beforehand (and of course the candy hangs around afterward too.) So this year I’m going to make some healthy Halloween treats that I used to enjoy when I was a kid. They’re delicious, but not overloaded with sugar and other not-so-desirable ingredients.
Here are 4 recipes perfect for Halloween celebrations that you’ll feel good about sharing with your family and friends:
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Snacks are a big thing in the EatingWell office. Whether it's homemade treats from the Test Kitchen (perks of the job) or rummaging through a snack drawer, people are always snacking here. And that's a good thing: choosing healthy snacks with protein, fiber and nutrients helps make sure you fill up between meals, so you aren't tempted to overeat later in the day. Just don't go overboard on calories or sodium with your snack choices (watch out for that vending machine). Fresh fruit and cut-up vegetables—naturally low in calories, high in fiber and nutrient-packed—make great healthy snacks. We've got tons of healthy recipes for homemade snacks, but sometimes you...read full post »
Over the past few months we've been working hard to bring you a better EatingWell.com and we started with the recipes first. We wanted to make it easier for you to discover, save and share recipes you love.
• We redesigned our recipe pages with bigger, bolder images and easier sharing on Facebook and Pinterest.
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The same golden-hued spice added to curries and in mustard is now making waves as turmeric tea. Deservedly so: turmeric seems to boast a slew of benefits.
Turmeric's health-boosting properties comes mostly from the compound curcumin. There's a dizzying amount of research on curcumin that has linked it with improving everything from osteoarthritis to cancer, psoriasis, diabetes and depression. One particularly interesting study out of Vanderbilt found that when mice inhaled curcumin (please don't try this at home), it crossed into the brain and cleaned up plaques that build up and lead to Alzheimer's....read full post »