Sure, it’s easy to get carried away with the aisles filled with bags of Valentine’s Day candy. Hey, you might even feel a little guilted into buying these indulgent treats. But be careful, some of these treats are filled with unhealthy ingredients, calories and fats. A chocolate free Valentine’s Day?? No, no, we aren’t suggesting that! But there are healthier Valentine’s Day treats and we tell you all about them in this video:
And remember, everything in moderation!
Check out health scores for your favorite candies here:
Most Foodfacts.com members and blog readers know that a healthy diet is an important weapon in the fight against disease. Often, the holidays are a time of overindulgences, stressors, and hurried schedules that can challenge healthy eating. Committed to encouraging healthful dietary choices, Texas Oncology adds another good-for-you holiday recipe to its easy-to-make, nutritious holiday collection – Gingerbread Granola. Low in sodium and high in fiber, Gingerbread Granola is packed with healthy ingredients like flax seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, golden raisins, and dried apricots, making it a delicious and nutritious way to celebrate the season. Continue reading →
Here’s a good food allergy recipe for Wheat Free and Gluten Free Pizza Crust:
This crispy pizza crust tastes so delicious that your guests won’t know it’s wheat and gluten-free. You can hold a slice in your hand and it won’t crumble! You may also shape the dough into four individual pizzas. Continue reading →