Posts Tagged vegetables

Hibernation

Nov 1st, 2014 Posted in Healthy Foods | no comment »

This is the time of year for the scampering of animals who are collecting nuts and finding ways to hide them for the winter

more and more pumpkins

Some healthy foods; pumpkins and squash

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is your best food group?

Apr 19th, 2014 Posted in Healthy Foods | no comment »

Fruits and veggies are the best food group for you to stay healthy and well.

 

Lentil soup with sweet potatoes, a good healthy choice. The lentils are packed with protein and the sweet potatoes full of vitamins and minerals

Lentil soup with sweet and white potatoes, a good healthy choice. The lentils are packed with protein and the sweet potatoes full of vitamins and minerals

Fruits and vegetables are packed with fiber and vitamins for your health. If you are trying to get healthier, add more  fruits and veggies to your daily diet.

Putting More Fiber into you Diet

Mar 1st, 2013 Posted in Accepting Change, Healthy Foods, Supplements and Health | no comment »

 

The Many Benefits of Fiber

Your quest toward wellness has many paths.

Your quest toward wellness has many paths.

As we grow older, we need more substance to our diet. Putting more fiber into your body through fruits, vegetables and grains can help.

Studies have found that putting more fiber into your diet helps you to feel fuller throughout the day, and helps to keep you regular.

Fiber may even help you to lose weight.

When you begin to change your life to a healthier one, your diet needs  to focus on  fruits, vegetables and grains.

Veggy Soup for the Cold Days Coming!

Oct 23rd, 2012 Posted in Healthy Foods, Healthy Recipes | no comment »

I love soup, and I am glad it is the time of year to make some. It warms you up after being out in the rain or snow. There is also a belief that people who eat soup are thinner than people who don’t, so get on the bandwagon, and make yourself some soup.

Here is a simple recipe for veggy soup:

I start with a clove a garlic and some olive oil, I also add some crystallized ginger ( or fresh) to the skillet and simmer until golden. I next add a can of V-8 juice, 4 ounce can- low sodium , and fill the can with water. So you have about 8 ounces of liquid. I next add my veggies. I love spinach and cabbage.