Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, this grilled mushroom recipe will delight you. The soy and ginger soak into the tender mushrooms for a powerful flavor. Serve on a whole-grain bun like a burger or with brown rice and greens for a complete meal.
Speaking for the Guiding Stars web team, working closely with Guiding Stars has had a huge impact on our eating choices and the way we think about food in general. We’ve always spent a fair amount of time cooking together outside of the office, but thinking about food through the lens of this nutritional rating system always has us wondering: “Would this recipe earn any stars? What could we do to make it healthier without compromising the taste?”
What to do you when you get a late night stomach rumble? It’s a common question I get. As are the follow-up questions about digestion, sleep, weight gain and metabolism. Let’s break it down into the best midnight snacks for you
Potato salad is a beloved tradition at many cookouts, but the classic variety can be tough on your healthy eating plans. Make this flavorful variant instead. Balsamic vinegar and dill give it a snap reminiscent of pickles, but if that’s not your herb of choice, it can easily be made with rosemary, basil or thyme… Read more »
My daughter likes oatmeal but prefers the flavored kinds, especially the apple-cinnamon variety. I like the convenience of instant, but I generally choose whole foods over packaged. In addition, instant oatmeal averages 10 grams of sugar per serving; Quaker makes low-sugar varieties, but I decided I wanted to do even better.
Our brains work best when they have the right nutrition and enough sleep and exercise. For some of us, however, our brains can be slowed down by frequent headaches even when we’re eating pretty well. Taking pain killers isn’t always the best solution for frequent headaches, according to the UK National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (via the Daily Mail), but that doesn’t mean there aren’t steps that can help you fight off the impact. What you eat and what you don’t eat can make all the difference in the battle against headaches.
Kudos to you for committing to a healthy diet and fitness routine! When you’re traveling, however it can be tricky to eat healthily and exercise regularly, especially since you’re in a new location with unfamiliar surroundings. Here are some useful and convenient ideas to help you keep tight, toned, and feeling great!