This guest blog was written by Theresa Brereton, Visiting Nurse Service of New York Regional Nutritional Manager.
Looking for easy ways to make your favorite meals a little healthier? Try these 10 simple tips—you won’t have to give up the things you love when you learn a few heart-healthy cooking skills.
Try it for meats and vegetables. Use a rack so meat/poultry does not sit in its own drippings. Baste with fat-free, unsweetened liquids like wine, or salt-free or low-sodium tomato juice or lemon juice.
Add a little extra liquid to meats and vegetables,…
When my son was little, we’d have conversations that went like this:
“Which would you rather eat, black beans and rice or candy?”
“Black beans and rice.”
“How about black beans and rice or ice cream?”
“How about black beans and rice or apples?”
As a result, we ate a lot of black beans and rice (my secret recipe: heat up a can of beans and dump over rice that’s been cooked in chicken broth), and we ate a lot of apples.
This, as you might suspect, is one of his favorite meals. I…
In an effort to highlight the benefits of technology and blend it with health & wellness, I’ve comprised the following list of ten iPhone Apps that may be helpful for caregivers: