Seeking a creative way to eat more vegetables? Try ‘spiralizing’ your potassium-rich zucchini or beta-carotene packed carrots into noodles aka zoodles. Zoodles are a healthy, low-carb replacement for traditional pasta and are a nutritious addition to your next Jenny Craig entrée.
Whether you want to infuse it into your Chicken Fettucine Alfredo or add a fresh twist on a salad, spiralizing your vegetables is a fun and easy way to pair veggies with your meals (and sneak in nutrition f
You could say we’re cauliflower fanatics. We’ve mentioned our adoration for cauliflower several times over the course of this year and it’s always our great pleasure to show you why. Cauliflower is a ‘blank canvas’ vegetable and can be transformed with various flavor enhancers and cooking methods. Let’s take a deeper dive into 4 ways you can use cauliflower to create your new favorite Fresh & Free Addition side.
A tried and true method for many vegetab
The benefits of getting moving are undeniable. Increasing your activity level can aid your heart-health and overall well-being. However, you don’t necessarily have to go for a rigorous walk or break a sweat at a fitness class. In fact, you may be surprised at all the simple opportunities there are in everyday life to get moving. It can be something unassuming, such as dancing in the kitchen or even working in your garden. Check out these six activities that don’t even feel like work.
Long weekends are a real treat, especially when you can get together with friends and families. Some weekends, like Labor Day, are typically celebrated with barbecued and grilled items paired with cool salads. Here are a few strategies for how you can stay on track for the long 3-day weekend:
Eat your greens/bring a veggie tray.
Since you have plenty of Fresh & Free Additions to choose from, have at them! Bring a crudité platter of carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, celery, p
Obesity is an increasing problem for men of all ages in America. According to a recent study, it is estimated that nearly one-third of adult males are overweight. Men tend to gain weight around their midsections, and are also at greater risk than women for developing heart conditions. Too much fat — especially around the waist — increases the risk for high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, diabetes, heart attack, heart disease and stroke. If you're an overweight male, the good news is that
Feeling unsure about what's actually 'healthy' foods when shopping at the grocery store? The Nutrition Facts Label on the back of a package can help you make those healthier food choices. The nutrition label is your guide to identifying nutrients that are good for you like fiber and calcium, as well as those you might want to limit or avoid like saturated fat, sodium and added sugars. It's important to know how to read food labels to make healthy and smart food decisions.
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