If you can't afford a live-in chef—you're a kween, yes, but not an actual queen—a slow-cooker is your next best option. Sure, healthy slow-cooker recipes involve a teensy bit of prep, but aside from a bit of searing and seasoning, they do most of the cooking themselves. All you really have to do is dump your ingredients in your slow cooker before you hit the road, and let it all simmer for six to eight hours. You're free to run some errands, catch a movie, or go to work. When you get home dinner will be ready and waiting for you. What's more regal than that?
Diet & Weight Loss Sunny Sea GoldOct 04 The latest low-carb eating trend promises rapid weight loss. Like any quick fix, though, this one may be too good to be true, experts say. Here are the major pitfalls of the keto diet. Trouble sleeping romeovip_md/Shutterstock A keto diet (or ketogenic diet) is drastically low in […]
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Diet & Weight Loss You know that French fries, doughnuts, and piles of pasta are off-limits, but what about your morning smoothie or low-cal frozen dinner? These are the “healthy” foods that shouldn’t be on your slimdown menu. Granola Need Swanya/Shutterstock According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a half-cup of granola has anywhere […]