Let’s face it, spaghetti squash might not cut it as a substitute for a full plate of pasta noodles, but it can be delicious!
I guarantee that you will feel better after eating this light and healthy spaghetti squash recipe than you would after a heavy plate of regular spaghetti.
If your goal is to eat clean to lose weight, then this No-Pasta Spaghetti Squash with Tomato Sauce recipe is a must try.
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Last week I was asked to speak to a group of kindergarten, 1st and 2nd graders about nutrition.
I thought I’d share the healthy popcorn trick I taught them. With this trick you get beautiful, fluffy popcorn without using oil.
It might just help you keep you hand out of the candy dish.
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Here is the perfect solution to soothe your sweet tooth without wrecking your diet!
With only 150 calories per cup, this recipe warms your belly and prevents your wintertime waistline from growing.
To make this drink you will need grapefruit juice, water, honey, a cinnamon stick and whole allspice berries. You can adjust the ingredients to your tastes, but give my version a try first.
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Do you think eating healthy on a budget is impossible?
Well, the students in my science of nutrition course did, so I accepted their challenge.
Here is how I proved that a family of four can eat healthy all day long for less money than it costs to eat at a fast food restaurant.
(You can PRINT THE RECIPES AND MEAL PLAN at the bottom of this post!)
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