After living and studying in Italy for a year, I returned with all the things you’d expect: A knowledge of (and thirst for) good wine, the need to eat pasta on a regular basis, and some semblance of fluency in the language. What I didn’t think I’d come back with was a deep love for a single vegetable.
Eating well and improving your diet doesn’t have to be extreme. In fact, transitioning to a healthier diet is often the result of small but strategic changes implemented over time. It may not be as sexy or trendy as going keto or trying out intermittent fasting, but, soon enough, these tiny tweaks will make you feel downright awesome.
There are so many reasons we’re big fans of Target but the explosion of the food section of the last few years has made shopping there even more enjoyable. Now in addition to filling our carts with all sorts of cute and clever items, a few smartly-packaged healthy-looking snacks usually end up in there as well because let’s face it: Who doesn’t love snacks?
Eating lentil soup is a lot like sliding into fuzzy slippers and putting on jammies midday. It’s the food equivalent to a warm hug. Lentil soup is sometimes seen as bland, but they have a delicate earthy flavor that makes them a great canvas for bold flavors. Here’s a few suggestions on how to amp up your lentil soup game for this fall and winter.
Long beloved in the tropical regions in which it grows, Jackfruit entered the health and wellness scene a few years ago and wasted no time making major waves thanks to its neutral flavor and meaty texture.
A sugar substitute is a chemical- or plant-based substance used to sweeten foods or drinks without sugar. Not all sugar substitutes are created equally, nor are they for everyone.