Americans are eating too much sugar and this factor is contributing to our high rates of obesity, not to mention other health problems. Here is a delicious fruit crisp recipe that not only is sugar-free, but is also a good source of fiber and other nutrients.
Waffles can be a great part of a healthy breakfast, until we put the typical fatty/ sugary toppings, like butter and syrup, on them. Then their benefits for health and weight loss go downhill pretty fast.
Here are 14 super healthy, super delicious waffle toppings.
A tender potato crust filled with savory vegetables and scrambled tofu topped with a luscious cheesy sauce – It’s hard to believe this delicious breakfast casserole fits beautifully in a weight loss plan!
Yes, this fruit salad is fabulous! This recipe should probably make about 4 servings (or 8 if you go by the measly serving sizes set by the USDA), but I could almost eat the whole serving bowl myself! This is so good.
Why is this fruit salad fabulous?
In the process of developing this recipe, I had the arduous task of taste-testing this smoothie no less than seven times. It was rough.
Aaand then I had to type nearly the entire post with one finger.
Today we’re making smoothies – but not the kind of smoothies you put into a glass and drink with a straw. Nope. This smoothie is so …
This is now officially my favorite breakfast. And if I were a normal person …
Rich, creamy Coconut-Walnut Milk in less than 5 minutes.
A typical granola recipe calls for about 1/2 to 3/4 cup of honey and/or sugar for every 3 cups of oats. And granola you can buy at the grocery store often packs in over a cup of sugar for every 3 cups of oats. That’s as much sugar per serving as a Twinkie!
One serving of this sugar-free, fresh peach smoothie offers you 34% of your daily needs for vitamin C, 14% of your iron needs, and 43% of your RDA for manganese – which is a mineral that helps build strong bones, reduce cholesterol levels, stabilize blood sugar, and reduce inflammation.