Boost Metabolism, According To A Certified Nutritionist

You often hear that a speedy “metabolism” is a major key to making you leaner…but what exactly is your metabolism? The Cleveland Clinic defines “metabolism” as the chemical processes that take place as your body converts foods and drinks into energy. Even when you’re at rest, your metabolism is always working by helping you digest food, manage hormone levels, and regulate body temperature, among other important functions. To make sure this process is in healthy working order, there are certain foods you can eat to boost your metabolism.

When To Use Tuna With Oil And Water-Packed Tuna

If you grew up in the ’70s and ’80s, you know that canned tuna used to be the butt of jokes. It has a reputation for being a cheap source of protein that tastes and smells, well, like cat food. Tuna sandwiches were included in many school lunches — and not many people liked them. But that was then.

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Healthy Alternatives To Keep In Refrigerator

When you’re looking to lose weight, developing healthy eating habits is a crucial part of the equation. It’s much easier to maintain said habits by having nutritious food options at the ready, along with ditching any unhealthy temptations that’ll veer you off course. We chatted with Laura Burak MS, RD, founder of GetNaked® Nutrition and author of “Slim Down with Smoothies,” who shares five healthy foods for quicker weight loss that you should always have in your fridge.

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Recipe Share~ Parmesan Potatoes|11

Americans love potatoes. In fact, the average American consumes over 100 pounds of potatoes per year, which is double the amount of our second favorite veggie — lettuce. We also adore cheese, whether it’s sharp and nutty, or smooth and creamy. So it’s no surprise the latest internet sensation involves both potatoes and cheese.

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