SLOW COOKER TEFF, MILLET AND BEAN VEGAN CHILI

From: Whole Grain Council The leaves have turned colors and fallen off. And the Christmas season is upon us. Time to put on a comfy sweater and curl up with a bowl of thick and hearty chili. This chili is full of flavor and it gets its stick-to-your-ribs feeling from the teff and millet which actually mimic ground meat. Freeze the extras for last minute meals on nights that you can’t. Have it ready when friends and family come over. Maybe there is a big game on. This chili is perfect for all occassions. Click here for the recipe.

Healthy and Delicious Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes

From: Eating Well What a wonderful time Thanksgiving week is. Family and friends gather for heartwarming fellowship and good food. If you are looking for some healthy alternatives, here is a list of some delicious recipes. 1. Roasted Sweet Potatoes - Roasting sweet potatoes is even easier than boiling and mashing them. Maple syrup glaze transforms this ultra-simple dish into something sublime. Click here to view video. 2. Oven-Roasted Squash with Garlic & Parsley - Winter squash becomes tender and sweeter when roasted—a delicious side for a holiday dinner. Look for interesting squash like kabocha or hubbard at your farmers' market and try them in this recipe. Recipe adapted from Alice Wate

The Philosophy of Millie's Succeed

The philosophy behind Millie Snyder's Succeed. Millie Snyder combines group support with laughter and compassion based on the foundation of the Mediterranean Diet to help you improve your health and lose weight. ​ Fix it with Food! That's the slogan Millie uses to explain the Succeed program. It is all about the three Cs: Consistency, Commitment and that leads to Confidence. ​ Based on the healthy way of eating practiced throughout the world, Millie Snyder’s SUCCEED will help you lose weight and take control of your life without dieting. ​ The Meditteranean Lifestyle isn't complicated, but isn't that what we all want? Call her at 304-541-6146.

How to Build a Healthier Thanksgiving Plate

From: Real Simple By: Diana Kelly Are you looking to stay nutritionally healthy through the Thanksgiving weekend? Looking for tips on healthy alternative Thanksgiving offerings? Real Simple lays it out for us. Enjoy. No one ever said Thanksgiving dinner was healthy. But there are certain tricks to make it a little healthier—and to avoid riding out an uncomfortable food coma on the couch for the rest of the night. Whether you’re doling out your own portions, or you’re at the mercy of Aunt Ida passing out plates piled high with “a little bit of everything,” knowing which foods you should be eating more of—and which you should only enjoy a few bites of—will help you make the best possible choic

14 Mediterranean Foods Everyone Needs to Try

From: Spoon University By: Victoria Piranian Imagine yourself biting into a gyro. First, your teeth touch that soft pita bread followed by some crispy lettuce and juicy tomatoes. You strike gold as you bite into the meat and all of the spices and flavors make your taste buds jump. I don’t know about you, but this is the feeling I get every time I eat Mediterranean food. Mediterranean food is undoubtedly irresistible, but with such a wide array of dishes and ingredients, it's hard to differentiate between all the different items. This Mediterranean food guide lead you through the different flavors and foods — along this journey you will find lots of butter, many veggies and meats, and of cour

What are the benefits of eating healthy?

From: Medical News Today By: Cathleen Crichton-Stuart Ever wonder why it is so important to eat for your health? Not sure what exactly to eat to properly nourish your body? This article by Medical News Today is very helpful. A healthful diet includes a variety of fruits and vegetables of many colors, whole grains and starches, good fats, and lean proteins. Eating healthfully also means avoiding foods with high amounts of added salt and sugar. Here we look at the top 10 benefits of a healthful diet, as well as the evidence behind them. 1. Weight loss There are many benefits to eating healthfully. Losing weight can help to reduce the risk of chronic conditions. If a person is overweight or obe

10 Things to Know About the Mediterranean Diet

From: Health How to Eat Like a Greek At this point, you probably already know that the Mediterranean diet is good for your health. Research proves over and over again that people who put an emphasis on produce, fish, whole grains, and healthy fats not only weigh less, but also have a decreased risk for heart disease, depression, and dementia. So what are you waiting for? Here are the basics: Shop the market perimeter, eat seasonally, and break (whole-grain) bread with people who make you smile. Now for the nitty-gritty. Pile on fruits & vegetables Fresh, nonstarchy produce is the star of this diet. Eat 5 to 10 servings a day (a half-cup cooked or 1 cup raw equals one serving). Choose healthy

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