When the holiday season and the end of the year are quickly approaching, you may find yourself reflecting on the past year thinking about all that you have accomplished and all that you have yet to achieve. Of course, this leads to goal setting and the tradition New Year's resolutions that everybody makes as well. If you have decided to make eating healthier one of your goals in the upcoming year, there is no time like the present to get started.
When you're a diabetic eating at a restaurant can be difficult. Fortunately, Thai restaurants have several good options for diabetics. Many Thai dishes are stir fried, have a limited amount of meat, and have large quantities of vegetables—which makes Thai food a good option for diabetics. However, there are still several Thai dishes that diabetics should eat in smaller quantities or avoid completely. Before you visit the nearest Thai restaurant, learn more about which Thai dishes are healthy options for you.
Most pesto sauces contain pine nuts. However, if you or your loved ones are allergic to nuts, you can still enjoy some tasty pesto sauce on your pizza. This spinach pesto sauce is free of nuts and tastes great.
The Spinach Pesto
You will need either a blender or a food processor in order to make this recipe.
You will also need to purchase the ingredients listed below if you do not already have them lying around your kitchen.
It's amazing how many tomatoes can grow on a single plant. Even if you only plant two or three plants, you're likely to find yourself with a counter full of ripe tomatoes by the end of the summer. Whatever should you do with these plump and juicy fruits? Make pizza sauce, of course.
This pizza sauce recipe takes far less time to prepare than more complex recipes that require you to remove the seeds and skins of the tomatoes.
Pizza has the unfortunate reputation of being an unhealthy choice. If you make it the right way, however, it can be a very healthy and balanced meal. Instead of using a traditional white crust, made with bleached flour that's lacking in nutrients and fiber, try making this whole grain crust recipe. Topped with tomato sauce, a little cheese and vegetables like onions and olives, it makes for a filling and delicious meal that your body and taste buds will love.