This week’s posts were all about the liquid in our diets because although we may not think too much about them, they make a significant contribution to the total calories and overall nutritional content we feed our bodies.
Trying to reduce the amount of coffee (caffeine) you consume? Try a delicious cup of Teeccino.
For those of you who are lactose intolerant or suffer from milk allergies, almond milk and other nut milks are great substitutes. Here’s a recipe for making it at home.
If you normally reach for a soda or juice drink with your meals, the empty calories and sugar will add up. Here are some drinks to try instead.
Are you’re using sugary sports drinks to recover after a workout? Here are a few alternatives with less sugar and calories.
As a base for soups, stews, and grain dishes, this is one of my favorite products on the market today.
If the thought of “eating” in the morning doesn’t appeal to you, why not try a smoothie for the nourishment you need to start your day right?