Beating the Mid-Winter Blues

The short days of January and February often result in short tempers. Try these sanity-saving tips to reduce chaos at home.
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How to Follow the Mediterranean Diet

How to Follow the Mediterranean Diet

This diet that has been shown to increase longevity and help to stabilize blood sugars, reduce “bad” cholesterol and triglycerides, lower blood pressure, and reduce your risk of several diseases. Read More
What to Eat in Winter

What to Eat in Winter

Some fruits and vegetables are at their best in winter, and others store well. Give these options a try! Read More
Hearty and Healthy Mashed Potatoes

Hearty and Healthy Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes have a reputation for being high in fat, but it’s possible to make them deliciously hearty and healthy. Here’s how. Read More
10 Easy and Healthy Cooking Tips for Caregivers

10 Easy and Healthy Cooking Tips for Caregivers

Use these ideas to plan meals that promote healing, prevent illness, and save time. Read More
Secrets to Sticking with a Healthy Diet

Secrets to Sticking with a Healthy Diet

Whether your goals are weight loss, reducing blood pressure, managing diabetes, or all of the above, experts agree: The best diet is the one you enjoy and can maintain for a long time. Read More
Roasting Vegetables

Roasting Vegetables

Do you avoid eating veggies because you don't like how they taste? Roasting vegetables is an easy and healthy way to add flavor. Read More
Fall Superfoods

Fall Superfoods

When summer’s bounty is a thing of the past, you can still find in-season fruits and vegetables full of powerful nutrients. Try these four superfoods (with buying tips and recipes). Read More
Caramelized Applesauce

Caramelized Applesauce

Roasting apples gives them a deep caramel brown color and rich flavor, and this applesauce is thick and naturally sweet. Read More
Summer Fruit Galette

Summer Fruit Galette

A galette is an open-faced pie that’s baked flat. Use whatever fruits look great at the market, and use them alone or in combination, as you prefer. Read More
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