Monthly Archives: November 2012

A perfect snack or light meal

Cottage cheese, some people love it, some like it and some can’t stand it. But the 2% of less fat cottage cheese makes a great high protein snack that is high in calcium and low in calories. Typically a 1/2 … Continue reading

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Time for Healthy and Slow Cooked Meals

Starting soon school and work are back in session. Christmas is still right around the corner and sometimes meals can get a little overwhelming. Try pre-planning with slow cooker meals. Have a healthy plan of what will be on your … Continue reading

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Baked Cinnamon Yams

My favorite Thanksgiving dish is Yams. Yams are the orange potato. Sweet potato has a flesh that is more yellow in color. Yams in general, have more vitamin C and are sweeter. Are you still eating Yams out of a … Continue reading

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Lemony dill Green Beans

Need a healthy side? Green bean casserole does not really count as a healthy vegetable side dish for Thanksgiving. Did you know that 1/2 cup portion contains 148 calories, 8 grams of fat (same as almost 2 tsp. butter), 17 … Continue reading

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Healthy and Happily Stuffed – Stuffing

Stuffing is one food that can be very high in calories and easy to over eat. Try and limit your portion of stuffing this Thanksgiving. Eat more vegetables and add a lean protein (turkey or other vegetarian alternative). This recipe … Continue reading

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Counting down to healthful holiday’s

Thanksgiving is 10 days away and Christmas is 43 days away. Is the thought of holiday eating making you nervous about your healthy goals or maybe even gaining/regaining weight? You can enjoy the holiday meals, feel great and avoid holiday … Continue reading

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