The 39 Trader Joe's Items You Need in Your Life
The following post was originally featured on Fit Bottomed Girls and written by Jenn, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness. We're big-time TJ's fans. Like,
The Best Canned Foods for Survival | eHow.com
In times of unrest and disturbing news, many people start to put by food and water for times when they can’t get to a store. Situations as simple as a winter storm can close roads and make having some food at home a good idea. Good, storable foods include freeze-dried foods and dehydrated foods, but they are expensive.
Lunch on a Budget: The $10 Meal Plan | MyFitnessPal
Eating healthy won't break the bank! We've compiled three ideas for healthy meal plans that will all cost less than $10. Stretch your hard-earned money by making many quick meals at home instead of eating out. Check out how far $10 can go for lunch with our handy guide!
The Secret Behind the Weight Gain-Inflammation Connection | MyFitnessPal
When we think about inflammation, we often think of it as helping us heal from an obvious injury (like a wound) or fighting harmful bacteria.
14 Snacks to Stash in Your Desk Drawer That'll Help You Stay on Track | MyFitnessPal
That snack drawer in your desk is pretty much the office MVP. The beauty of desk-ready snacks is that they can stay safely tucked away and will last for weeks, as compared to that ripe banana you forgot about over the long weekend or the yogurt you neglected to stash in the fridge. Yeah, ew. ...
Your Guide to Budget-Friendly Grocery Shopping (Infographic) | MyFitnessPal
Contrary to popular belief, eating well doesn’t have to break the bank. There are plenty of nutritious, budget-friendly foods in the supermarket, but with so many options and prices to compare, finding them can be a bit of a challenge. To help you navigate the grocery store while staying within your means, check out this ...
6 Surprisingly Affordable Protein-Rich Foods | MyFitnessPal
Lean Protein on the Cheap: Maximizing your Grocery Budget AND your health Whether you’re a bodybuilding gym-goer or a weekend warrior, you’ve likely heard about the benefits of including lean protein in your diet. This macronutrient is important for everything from maintaining muscle mass to strengthening hair, skin and nails, and research has shown that ...
15 Dietitian-Approved Tips and Snacks to Eat When Traveling | MyFitnessPal
When you’re on the road and out of your routine, it can be even more challenging to pick wholesome foods to eat. Whether you’re visiting family or heading to a foreign destination, it’s possible to eat healthy every step of the way.
How to Choose Healthier Store-Bought Cereal | MyFitnessPal
Cereal can be a quick, nutritious meal or even a snack, especially if you don’t have time to cook breakfast. Cereals energize us with complex carbohydrates and make a dent in our daily fiber goal. Sadly, it’s also a sneaky place for added sugar, salt and other additives. If you’re going to invest in a ...
Here's the Best Way to Get Your Probiotics (Hint: It's Not in a Pill)
Thanks to Jamie Lee Curtis, we're all very aware of the magical powers of probiotics—so much so that supplements of the "good" bacteria (which is known to help prevent all kinds of ailments, from IBS to allergies) seem to be everywhere. Well, if you're currently on antibiotics and need to restore your body's balance, or just want to get more probiotics into your system, turns out good old yogurt might still be the way to go: Consuming probiotics with dairy was shown to be more effective than…
Ask the Dietitian: Is It OK to Eat Sugary Fruit? | MyFitnessPal
Lately, it feels like we’re in the throes of sugar-phobia. And, to be fair, it’s not without good reason. The popular media, trusted health organizations (like the American Heart Association, World Health Organization and National Academy of Medicine) and high-profile nutrition experts all have called for us to eat less added sugar. After all, added ...
The Flat Facts On Fiber For A Flatter Tummy
I find that one of the best things about this blog is that we get to spend a ton of time online browsing the internet for things that you guys might find interesting. Most of the time what I end up writing about is something that I have personal experience with, but sometimes I actually end up learning completely new