Soup has a reputation for having almost god-like magical healing powers. Unfortunately, many soups that can be bought in stores aren't what they seem, and contain unnecessary amounts of sugar, trans fat and salt. Luckily, soup is just about one of the easiest things to make at home. Here is how to make healthy homemade soup, using just 3 ingredients as a base to go on and make any kind of soup you want.
Macaroni & cheese is often a favourite dish among children and youth. I know it was my favourite and I know many who are indeed the same. The problem with mac n' cheese is the excessive amounts of butter and cheese, in addition to white pasta, that often goes into it. But there are ways to make mac and cheese much, much healthier. Here is a recipe for athletes to make their macaroni and cheese dish better for their health, while still tasting good.
Looking to make pizza from scratch? Don't worry, we've got you covered. Here is our healthy, whole wheat pizza crust recipe, using just five simple ingredients. The recipe should yield a medium-sized pizza of about eight slices.
We all know the health benefits of food products like vegetables and fruits, whole grains, and eggs, but many healthy foods often go underreported as being extraordinarily good for your health. Following up from our article - 10 Foods That Have More Sugar Than You Think, here are 10 foods that are healthier than you think!
Sugar is unavoidable. A diet that cuts out sugar entirely is extremely difficult to follow through with, as nearly all foods have the sweet-tasting carbohydrate. However, athletes need to be conscious of their sugar in-take in order to have a healthier, balanced diet that can allow them to perform at the highest level. Here are 10 supposedly healthy foods that have way more sugar than you might think, helping athletes manage their diets in the process.