Everyone wants a gorgeous head full of healthy hair. In reality, dry, dull, brittle, or breaking hair, and even hair loss, are fairly common. Though we don’t control our genes, fortunately, we are in charge of what we eat. Here are some of the foods experts recommend for beautifying and strengthening your locks.
We all want to eat foods that are healthy. But it can be hard to nail down which ones actually are. “Avoid sugar, but eat plenty of fruit” and “Cut out grains — but make sure you’re getting fiber!” are just a few of the confusing messages we receive.
Sweet potatoes are by far one of the most versatile potato varieties. They can be mashed, baked, fried, sautéed, or roasted. They contain a natural sweetness that becomes even more prominent when cooked long enough to caramelize the preexisting sugars.
This is an easy salad that can be served on a busy weeknight when you don’t have time to prep a big meal in the kitchen. Let the sweet potatoes roast while you get the kids and your family organized and then simply toss everything together for a meal that doubles as a great lunch the next day.
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Healthy and delicious make-ahead sweet-potato muffins will take away the what’s-for-breakfast stress.
Saffron is the secret ingredient in this sweet potato salad.
Ashley Melillo of Blissful Basil made this power bowl of spicy avocado, sweet potatoes and avocados.
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