Growing up, I detested salads. You’d never find me eating one unless I was at Grandma’s, which was a ‘If you don’t try everything on your plate it’s rude’ scenario.
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Have you ever gone to a Mexican fast food chain and ordered a burrito the size of Shaq’s size 22 foot?
If your mornings are rushed like mine, you need an easy breakfast. Unfortunately, traditional easy options like muffins, pancakes, bagels, cereal, and flavored oatmeal or yogurts are often highly processed and loaded with added sugar, oils, gums, and unwanted extras.
An economical and flavorful meal that’s unlike a traditional lentil soup
If you love Mexican flavors then check out our fajita lettuce wrap recipe template. A great option to make for a group if you set out the individual foods in ramekins and then everyone can pick their own ingredients.
If your mornings are rushed and you’re finding it hard to fit in a nutritious breakfast, try making these smoothie freezer packs in bulk so that you have a 2-minute breakfast option that you can sit down and enjoy or bring with you.
Whether that’s you or you just want a delicious warm meal that’s easy to batch cook and store for a week’s worth of lunches, this will fit the bill. Here’s a new take on a fall favorite that’s full of savory rich flavor.
Enjoy this perfect guacamole for your next social gathering recipe.
Things to Know When Choosing Healthy Fats
You may hear the terms whole foods or processed foods thrown around and be unsure of what exactly they are and why whole foods are beneficial
TDAE PERFORMANCE RECIPE: Swap Out Your Pasta for Spaghetti Squash For This Healthy Alternative to a Traditional Favorite
Swap out the pasta for spaghetti squash, keep the same flavorful sauce, and you have yourself a veggie loaded take on a traditional favorite
Today's Edge: Building muscle requires more than slurping protein shakes and doing curls. Muscle gain takes a comprehensive approach. Here are 6 components to efficient muscle gain:
3 ways to help your kids build better sleep and nutrition habits:
A few years ago it was vitamin D that everyone was low in, lately magnesium is the deficiency du jour. Have you ever heard a news report about how most people are deficient in a vitamin or mineral and then rushed to the supplement aisle to load up on it in pill form?
Today's Edge: I've posted before about how eggs are super nutritious, how they don't cause the cholesterol problems like many folks blame them for, and how evidence suggests that consuming 2-3 eggs per day is part of a healthy eating approach. Choosing the right eggs can be confusing. Let's make sense of all of the marketing jargon surrounding eggs so you can make the healthiest choice:
The supplement aisle shouldn't be the first place you turn for vitamin D3. It's easy to get carried away with vitamin D3 supplementation. Try these 3 sources first:
You wouldn't plant a rose in a garden of weeds and expect it to turn into a garden of roses. Stop looking for one food or nutrient to magically make you healthier.
The oils you use to cook with can make or break your healthy intentions. This Southwest Turkey & Bean Salad is a perfect example of how you can turn a healthy recipe unhealthy depending on the oils you use.
Today's Edge: It's hard to know what's lurking in the food that's marketed as healthy unless you can read food labels like a pro! Here's a handy infographic to help you become a pro at reading labels: