Have a Healthier Side Dish for Thanksgiving with Green Beans

For many, Thanksgiving Day is not the day to watch calories or even think about eating veggies. But I want people to stop looking at eating healthy foods as a punishment. We should not use the holidays as an opportunity to take a break from eating healthily. If purchased fresh and prepared properly (or sometimes simply eaten raw), plant foods, like fruits, vegetables and legumes, are delicious and foods you can look forward to eating.

The Pulse on Lentils is That It’s Great for Diabetics, We’ve Got the Deets

Do you remember when it was all about kale, kale and more kale?

Peas, Please!

Peas and carrots just go together. You might recall Forrest Gump describe his unbreakable friendship as follows: “Jenny and me was like peas and carrots.”

The Benefits of Black Beans Will Blow You Away

Reportedly, the average American eats around 193 pounds of beef, pork and/or chicken each year. This is the equivalent to nearly four pounds of meat per week.

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