Some like it hot! If you're one of those adventurous eaters who prefers a little flame with your food, you're in good company: According to Technomic’s 2013 Flavor Consumer Trend Report, 54 percent of respondents had a hankering for spi... Read more
All of us are striving to cook in a way that's healthy and simple. Unfortunately, healthy and simple can sometimes add up to bland: A plain piece of broiled fish or baked chicken isn’t particularly exciting, right?
The remedy for the h... Read more
Providing your family (or even just yourself) with a hot, nutritious breakfast every morning might sound ideal, but if you're like most people, the chances of that happening on busy weekdays are slim to none. Not anymore! Start your day off right... Read more
Most busy parents have put in at least a few shifts as (unpaid) short-order cooks. When time is in short supply and the kids wrinkle their noses at the "icky" casserole you’ve prepared, it can be tempting to heat up some chicken strip... Read more
As a working mom with three kids at home, mornings are always hectic. Getting everyone up, fed, dressed and out the door takes precision timing and a level of organization that most businesses couldn’t match. And while I insist my children have... Read more
Today is day3. I am not a water drinker but have been making myself and drank 8cps of water throughout day1 and now I am retaining water, I walked on day1 & did weights day2 bc of the swelling. Is this normal?... Read more
#friendfinder I am a little sad today because our golf league ended last night. It just reminds me we are getting closer to winter. I am hoping September offers some good golfing weather even if I have to go alone. The driving range is an option.... Read more
You know what, #scale? Screw you. I am feeling better than ever, 4/5 workouts a week, making good food choices. I have a life I love, great hubby, healthy kids, job I enjoy. You don't get to tell me how to feel about myself.... Read more
What Is Cayenne Pepper Good For?Cayenne Pepper Nutrition FactsSometimes, you want to add a bit of spice to your life. One way is to try cayenne pepper, a red, hot little spice with origins in South and Central America, the West Indies and Mexico. Dri... Read more
Nestle eggs into a spicy tomato sauce and bake them for a light and easy supper. Serve over pasta or with crusty whole-wheat bread for dipping. Minutes to Prepare: 10Minutes to Cook: 20Number of Servings: 4 ... Read more
My family loves potato soup but I prefer loaded baked potatoes. With this recipe, everyone wins! (Like this slimmed-down makeover recipe? Get more like it in the best-selling "SparkPeople Cookbook.")This is not your traditional potato soup... Read more
Many societies, especially those of the Americas and China, have a history of using cayenne pepper therapeutically. A powerful compound with many uses, cayenne pepper is currently gaining buzz for cleansing and detoxifying regimes such as th... Read more
What are the health benefits of cayenne pepper? How do cayenne peppers help you, if at all, with your weight loss diet regime?
The purported cayenne health benefits are almost too unbelieveable, but its reputation keeps growing among medical res... Read more
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