Have you ever found yourself so swamped at work that you end up skipping lunch, only to over-indulge at 4:30 in the afternoon? Most people who work 40+ hours a week find it difficult to keep on top of healthy eating habits. If you're looking to start some healthy new eating habits, here are some tips that might help.
One of the most common challenges for any parent is getting your kids to eat more vegetables. But getting kids to eat their veggies doesn’t have to be a daily struggle. Here are a few creative ways to change up your routine and shift your children's attitude toward healthy foods.
Considering the alternative, most of us want to get as old as we possibly can; we just don't want to look like it. While we can't stop the march of time, there are some simple, natural things we can do to help us look younger and feel better as we flip over our calendars from year to year.
One of the most important parts of a healthy diet is leafy, green vegetables. They are nutritional powerhouses packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, but they don't load you up with calories. Greens are also a great source of fiber, which supports your digestive health and promotes healthy gut bacteria.