Hands up if you’re doing three things while you’re reading this. Don’t be shy – you know I can’t see you through the screen.
Here’s the hard truth: we think we are good multi-taskers. But we’re not.
With only three ingredients, this no-cook lasagna alternative will give you the same great taste without the guilt. Get the recipe.
Make delicious veggie chips at home with this spicy recipe, and satisfy your hankering for salty potato chips the healthy way. Get the recipe.
After just one spoonful, this nourishing stew brimming with eggplant, mushrooms, okra, and zucchini will become your go-to meatless Monday dish. Get the recipe.
With a texture similar to that of wheat bread, this almond flour based bread is an ideal substitute for those who are on a low-carb diet. Get the recipe.
Getting a better night’s sleep is one of the top New Year’s Resolutions of 2019. And one little-discussed part of a better night’s sleep is safety. However, search for “safer night’s sleep” and all the internet returns is a bunch of articles about putting babies to sleep on their backs. Too bad, because there are several steps adults can take to have a safer night’s sleep and if you know you’re sleeping more safely, chances are you’ll sleep more soundly.
Thanks to red peppers, basil, and feta cheese, this one-pan meal truly packs in the flavor. Plus, since shrimp cooks fast, this dish can be ready in just 20 minutes. Get the recipe.
Written by Dr. Daniel A. Barone
Are you tired? Let’s dig a little deeper…
Imagine going to a sleep specialist, neurologist, psychiatrist, or any doctor for that matter, and complain of feeling “tired.” Seems straightforward, right? Unfortunately, the word “tired” has several possible meanings, and the way I like to break them down is as follows: “Do you feel sleepy?” or “Do you feel fatigued?”
Red lentil pasta boosts this comfort meal’s protein content and provides you with a healthy dose of vitamins. Get the recipe.
Written by Anthea Noel, RN
Happy New Year! It is officially the start of a new year which means it’s time to take a look at the improvements we want to make over the next 12 months. The top two resolutions every year are weight loss and financial stability. Let’s try something new by taking the NEW START challenge. This plan will help improve overall health by making you participate in life-changing healthy habits. The 8 health principles of the NEW START challenge include: