One Easy Way to Eat Healthier →
Do you pay with cash or credit card at the grocery store? If you picked the latter, it may be costing you some healthier food choices in the long run. A new study suggests that paying with card rather than cash to buy groceries results in a less healthy cart. Researchers analyzed the shopping behavior of over 1,000 households over a period of six months and found that shopping trips ended up...
Work Out Anywhere: Tree Exercises
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How to Cut a Pomegranate
Talk about hidden treasures: Inside one of these crown-topped beauties sit more than 600 arils, sweet-tart seed casings bursting with juice high in antioxidants. Sprinkle the vitamin C-, potassium- and fiber-rich morsels on salads, toss them into cereal or stir them into yogurt for a tangy crunch. Or just eat them by themselves!
How to Freeze Vegetables
Ever wonder just how long foods can last in the freezer? And if there are foods that are better off not being frozen? We’ve found the answers to these questions—and more—with the help of Julie Garden Robinson, food and nutrition specialist at North Dakota State University, and Elizabeth L. Andress, PhD, professor of foods and nutrition at the University of Georgia. Follow our guide to learn...
How to Organize Your Car Trunk
Television and magazines have plenty of good advice about organizing your home or office, but precious little is devoted to keeping your automobile (a.k.a. “home on wheels”) clutter-free. The average American spends anywhere from 72 to 120 minutes each day in his or her car, making it well worth the time spent to have a clean, organized vehicle, which helps reduce stress, keep...