Food that’s nutritious, as well as delicious, is the key to a balanced diet.
Study subjects who eat more protein at each meal and throughout the day tend to eat fewer calories overall, thereby helping them to lower their energy intake over the long run.
Chicken can be a godsend to your grocery budget. Here’s how to make the most of it—no matter what cut you prefer.
Ground chicken is a healthy start for any meal since one serving (100 grams, or about 3 ounces) meets one’s protein needs for a nutritious meal – plus it’s lower in calories and fat than many meat sources.
Our diets today are much higher in sodium and much lower in potassium than they used to be decades ago; as sodium goes up, potassium goes down.
When you eat a meal your blood sugar levels increase, which is necessary because it’s your blood that must transfer the sugar to your cells for energy!
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