Having a tough time getting at least five servings of fruits and veggies every day? Look no further! An American berry is here to help! The cranberry, probably first used as a food by Native Americans, is just waiting for you and is brimming with powerful health benefits.
Mamma Mia! There’s nothing as comforting as a big bowl of spaghetti and homemade meatballs with tomato sauce.
A typical serving of white spaghetti (2 cups) with 8 meatballs (6 ounces), sauce (3/4 cup) and Parmesan cheese (2 tablespoons), garlic bread, iceberg-lettuce salad has on average a whopping 1,495 calories, 70 fat grams, and more than a day’s worth of sodium, yet it’s shy in vitamins, minerals and other good things, such as antioxidants. Continue reading
Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households. It is the only beverage commonly served hot or iced, anytime, anywhere, for any occasion. Continue reading
You can’t prevent cold and flu viruses from making their winter appearance, but a healthy diet can strengthen your immune system making it better prepared to respond to attacking viruses. Properly fueling a sick body is an essential part of getting better.
In the 1920’s, a working-class woman could land a job working with the miracle substance, radium. Radium wristwatches were manufactured in America, and the U.S. Radium Corporation was hiring dial people to paint glow-in-the-dark tiny numbers onto watch faces. They became known as the ‘radium girls.’
Your holiday season may already be in full swing with shopping, baking, and decorating. During the busy holiday season, it is easy to steer away from routines and normal eating patterns. Work parties, children’s holiday performances, and extra chores cause stress that can take time away from your everyday schedule. Continue reading