Eating healthy doesn’t mean giving up on your favorite food like pizza, pasta, and pie. By switching to healthier alternatives while cooking, you can reduce its fat content and add more nutritional value to it, while keeping it palatable.
Browse the list for America’s most loved fast food, made light and healthy with a few clever tweaks.
Convenient and popular, bagels are everyone’s first choice for breakfast. But did you know that a single bagel can pack in 300 calories? Here’s how to skip the calories and still get the most out of your breakfast bagel.
Cherries are rich in antioxidants such as melatonin, as well as in zinc, iron, potassium, manganese, and copper. But a pie? Not so healthy. Use these tricks to help you enjoy your cherries, without the guilt of a traditional, buttery pie.
Getting the right balance of spices is the key to fixing a fab curry for the family. Here’s everything you need to know about making your chicken curry healthy.
With all that unnecessary white flour and butter, cornbread has a reputation for being highly unhealthy. But if you’re craving it, prepare your own nutritious variety at home.
America loves its fried chicken, and why not? It’s crisp, juicy, and satisfying. But it’s also a calorific nightmare with harmful fats. Try our healthy twist, and you’ll never go back to the store-bought version.
Just because you decided to go healthy, doesn’t mean you quit pizza. That’s because we’re showing you how to transform it into a healthy treat.
Spaghetti & Meatballs
The warm comfort of spaghetti and meatballs comes with its own share of sugar, carbohydrates, and calories. Follow these tips to convert it into a healthier meal.