With Christmas approaching fast and our American friends celebrating Thanksgiving this week, I thought it might be a good idea to scour the web for some healthy, low fat turkey recipes.
We all tend to have turkey meat left over after Christmas/Thanksgiving, but there’s so much more you can do with it than making sandwiches.
Here’s a few ideas:
That should be enough to get you started!
It’s that time of year again and pumpkins are everywhere. But rather than just carve them, why not be a little more creative and actually eat them this year!
Pumpkin is a great source of vitamins and minerals, and as Alanna at A Veggie Venture points out, cooking it couldn’t be simpler. Throw it in the oven.
But if you’re looking for a few more ideas, try these for size:
Here’s a few good tips for dieting and losing weight from healthadel.com.
Probably the most useful one is not to obsess over the numbers. Concentrating on making small changes to your lifestyle that change the way you feel is far more effective than worrying about what the bathroom scales are telling you.
Alanna wants vegetable lovers to speak out! She’s finished the Alphabet of Vegetables and to celebrate, she’s offering free veggie cookbooks.
There are two ways to enter: subscribe to her email newsletter or comment on her Alphabet of Vegetables. Head on over to A Veggie Venture and enter now.