When it comes to dessert, it’s OK to be greedy. Make this single serving of chocolate pudding to spoil yourself with something sweet after a long day of sticking with a tricky diet. Your taste buds won’t know it’s anything other than a little bowl of bliss, but your body will thank you for the extra protein, fiber, antioxidants and omega-3s.
Category: Diet Diva
Get the skinny on the latest and greatest diet trends from nutrition consultant Joanne Eglash.
When it comes to favorite holidays, we salute the concept of Valentine’s Day. Twenty-four hours devoted to love…and chocolate…and, well, more chocolate. What’s not to like?!
Whether you’re seeking a gift for a colleague, a friend, your mom or your true love, chocolate can provide a present that will be greeted with delight. And the good news: By choosing a healthy version of chocolate, you can also provide your recipient with a good dose of antioxidants and other beneficial natural nutrients.
If you’ve made a resolution to eat healthier meals and snacks, we’ve got a hint: Consider the sensational concoction known as the smoothie. They make the perfect quick, light lunch or anytime snack. And when it comes to satisfying cravings, we’re especially fond of the color green! Veggies like lettuce and kale add fiber and thickness to a smoothie, while raw honey and almond milk serve up just the right amount of sweetness.
“I’m Late, I’m Late for a very important date, No time to say hello, goodbye, I’m late, I’m late.”
If you feel like the White Rabbit in “Alice in Wonderland” much of the time, trying to weigh, measure, calculate and cook complex diet meals just isn’t on your agenda. And we get that.
Have you considered supplementing your diet with vitamins or minerals? Wondering if your child could benefit from a kid-friendly vitamin?
You know that you should be eating lots of fruits and vegetables and getting enough healthy fats. But in today’s busy society, attending to those diet needs each and every day sometimes isn’t possible.
That’s where supplementing your diet with vitamins and minerals comes into play.
Even if you aren’t a vegetarian or vegan, getting enough protein should be an important item on your diet to-do checklist. Protein provides you with that satisfying feeling of having eaten enough, cutting cravings for more food and thus helping you stick to your diet goals.
Soups and sandwiches go together like kids and lollipops. But just as kids grow up to prefer gourmet dark chocolate to a lollipop, many adults these days are enjoying the gourmet goodness of old-fashioned soup and sandwiches.
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