April 29, 2020

The American Heart Association recommends eating two servings of fish per week. This week, get one of your two servings in burger form with these family-friendly and heart-healthy salmon burgers. No grill? No problem. The salmon patties can easily be cooked in a non-stick skillet over medium-high heat. When choosing hamburger buns, pay close attention…

April 24, 2020

Savor the flavors of Spring with this quick to make frittata. Packed with asparagus, leeks and mushrooms and topped with fresh lemony arugula, this dish is as delicious as it is versatile. Appropriate for brunch, lunch or dinner, this frittata can be served hot, room temperature or even cold. It is also an excellent way…

April 12, 2020

Dear Daughters, Try these foods for some extra nutritional values Guess what I found out today! Healthy snacks give you the energy you need in the day. But some foods labeled as “healthy” are anything but. Who are the worst offenders? Read below: 1. Yogurt Many yogurts have tons of added sugar. One commercial brand…

April 5, 2020

Dear Daughters, Here’s my health tip of the week. Try these foods for some extra nutritional values Avocados, eggs, and meat (Vitamin B): B vitamins all help fight depression. The Bs are water-soluble, meaning we don’t store extra in our bodies. So it’s key to eat B-rich foods daily. You can also find Vitamin B in seafood, dairy, nuts, leafy greens,…

February 1, 2020

Dear Daughters, Native to Southeast Asia, ginger has been utilized for its rich nutritional profile, medicinal properties, and distinct flavor for thousands of years. This powerhouse spice contains an antioxidant called 6-gingerol, vitamin C, magnesium, and potassium. Today it continues to be commonly used for digestive support and makes a regular appearance in various dishes…