Potlucks are a staple of the holiday season – whether it’s an appetizer party where everyone contributes a plate of tiny bites or a family holiday meal that’s gotten so large one kitchen simply can’t feed all the guests anymore. While potlucks may seem easy (“everyone just bring whatever you feel like!”), a truly great potluck requires people to make sacrifices.
If you’re living with a lactose allergy or intolerance, you’re probably aware of the options out there for you. Replacement milks can do similar things as regular cow’s milk, even if the taste isn’t the same. However, when you add in food allergies on top of lactose intolerance, it often gets hard to shop, and you may find your options narrowing significantly.
A whopping 40% of all food in America spoils and gets thrown away. To put that into personal terms, you toss out $2,275 worth of food every year. Stock up on the essential foods we’ve listed below, and you’ll never have to worry about them going bad — these foods basically never expire! You’ll cut your food waste, and you’ll also be well-prepared for when the zombie apocalypse arrives.
Today, people view gluten like it’s a James Bond villain — dangerous, and always lurking where you don’t suspect it. Whether you’re allergic to gluten or simply want to avoid it for health reasons, these gluten-free substitutes for some of your favorite foods prove you don’t need gluten to feast like royalty.
Once upon a time, peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches were edgy and strange. Today, we live in an age of pushing boundaries and going where no chef has gone before. The following food combinations are so wrong, they’re just right. From contradictory flavors to complimentary textures, when you see these strange bedfellows you’ll first raise an eyebrow, then you’ll raise your fork and be unable to put it back down.
Unfortunately, there is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, so the 1.3 million U.S. patients struggling with this disorder must look for ways to minimize the severity of their symptoms. One of the most effective ways to manage rheumatoid arthritis is to consume a diet that helps to reduce symptoms while improving your health.
According to studies by the American Heart Association, more than 100 million Americans suffer from high cholesterol. If left untreated, this condition can lead to more serious health issues like heart disease and stroke. Managing your cholesterol properly reduces your risk of developing potentially harmful complications and improves your quality of life.
For some people, the morning hasn’t truly begun until they’ve sat down with a cup of hot coffee or tea. Many people around the world rely on different forms of caffeinated beverages to jumpstart their morning, and put them in a good mood for the start of the work day.
There will come a time in your life where you’re ripped away from these conveniences, and forced to fend for yourself. This is when it pays to have a few recipes in your back pocket that you can whip out to make sure that you don’t starve to death.
Though it may not affect the number on your bathroom scale per se, eating right before bed can still negatively impact your sleep and make you feel bloated. But fret not our hungry, night dwelling friend. Healthversed has got you covered. Today, we’re going to provide you with a few guilt-free nighttime munchies that won’t give you nightmares.
Cutting down on the amount of meat that you eat each week is something that’s easy as long as you find healthy, protein-rich alternatives to replace those nutrients in your diet. Even if you decide to make one day a week meatless, it will really help your resolve to stick with your new meal plan if you take the time to look up some delicious new recipes to try in place of meat.
There are plenty of delicious, lactose-free alternatives to popular foodstuffs and plenty of treatment options. Today on Healthversed, we’re going to dunk our proverbial cookies in to some lactose-free milk and hopefully learn a little along the way.
Diabetes is a disease which alters the way your body uses blood sugar, also known as glucose. The disease affects over 21 million people in the US. There are two types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2, and each differs in the way the body uses and produces insulin.
There’s no right way to cook. However, there are certain mistakes that people make that not only heighten the risk of injury, they make for some awful tasting meals.
Up until a decade ago or so, snacking was frowned upon. Thankfully, the tides have turned, and snacking isn’t just for kids anymore!