Are you tired of throwing away expensive fruits and vegetables because they spoiled after a few days?
A healthy adult’s sodium intake should be between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams. Yet the USDA reports that Americans aged two and older typically consume about 3,400 mg per day. Here are six surprising places all that excess sodium might be hiding.
Introducing flavored balsamic vinegars! These vinegars, like red pepper or pear can add a gourmet and delectable twist to your vegetables.
Halloween (and the associated candy temptation) is right around the corner, but fear not. With just a little bit of advance planning, these six simple tips can help you keep the kids’ big night out from turning into a Halloween backslide.
To prevent hindering your weight loss motivation, make sure you’re staying calm and collected by practicing yoga. Carve out time each day to destress with these six relaxing yoga moves.
From swimming to sweating in a spin class, try these 5 low-impact exercises that are easy on your joints.
February is American Heart Month, a reminder to make sure you’re taking the proper steps to stay heart smart.
If there’s a farmer’s market in your area, let your weekly Fresh and Free Additions plan write itself—with bright bushels of fresh seasonal veggies! Here are a few easy harvest-time salad ideas to inspire your next meal.
You might not hear, “Pass the okra, please,” too often at your dinner table, but why not? Instead of just lettuce, tomato and carrots, try adding unique vegetables to your menu to make dinnertime interesting.
Reward yourself with a shopping spree to replace your baggy, over-sized wardrobe. Here are five helpful tips for shopping for smaller clothes.