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Smart Shopping is the Key to Cheap Meals
You might be thinking that spending less on groceries means you're going to get lower quality food, but that doesn't have to be the case. With a little planning and strategy, you can save money and cook delicious, cheap meals that everyone will love.
The Why and How-to with Watercress
Watercress is a perennial European herb that grows naturally in wet soil along and in ditches, brooks, and ponds and is cultivated under such condition to use as a garnish and as the basis for a salad.
Understanding the Benefits and Types of Fiber
Fiber has been long touted as key component to a healthful diet. Not only does it promote health, but fiber also help reduce the risk for some chronic diseases such as: constipation, hemorrhoids and diverticulosis. Fiber is also linked to the prevention of some cancers, especially colon and breast cancer. In addition, fiber may help lower the LDL cholesterol therefore reducing the risk of heart disease. Fiber is believed to also lower blood sugar and therefore help better manage diabetes.
Foods to Fight Colds and Flu
Have you ever wondered why chicken soup is one of the oldest home remedies for curing the common cold? The chicken or vegetable stock in the soup is rich in nutrients, and contains an amino acid known for thinning mucus in the lungs. Adding ingredients like garlic and onions to all chicken recipes can help to boost immunity. Celery in the soup stock is said to help promote sleep the body needs to heal.
Low Calorie Thanksgiving
Even if you are counting calories this year, you can eat and enjoy a delicious low calorie Thanksgiving meal. Here are a few ideas to keep in mind while enjoying your turkey and preparing your side dishes.
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