Refined carbs lack nutrients and can wreak havoc on your blood sugar. Whole grains are best; have four small daily portions of whole-wheat bread, or try a pasta made from quinoa. And always eat grains with healthy fats and protein. Incorporate sprouted or fermented grains (hello, sourdough!) for easier digestion and better nutrient absorption. Or look for creative ways to swap out grains, such as using spaghetti squash in place of noodles.
Christopher Testani; Food Styling: Margret Dickey; Prop Stylist: Audrey Davis Recipe Is: How to Make It Step 1 Prick sweet potatoes all over with a fork, and microwave on high until tender, about 8 minutes, turning potatoes over every 2 minutes. Let stand until cool enough to handle, about 10 minutes. Peel and discard skins. […]
This Vietnamese beef-noodle soup is low in fat and packed with iron, which keeps you energized and focused. Ingredients: canola oil, ginger, onion, beef broth, star anise, cinnamon stick, fish sauce, sugar, black pepper, flank steak, dried flat rice noodles (banh pho), scallions, fresh mint, mung bean sprout, dried Thai chile Calories: 339 per 1 […]
YouTube star Natasha Feldman shares how to whip up the colorful dip. Do you ever feel like your cooking skills can’t keep up with your palate? Maybe your taste buds are craving dishes like caramelized zucchini flatbread and chocolate mascarpone mousse. But all you can handle is spaghetti with red sauce and chocolate chip cookies. Well, YouTube […]