As we welcome the New Year, our focus naturally shifts to improving our health with new exercise routines and a closer examination of our diets. It's the perfect time to introduce positive changes in the kitchen, nourishing our bodies—particularly after enjoying holiday treats.
Here are three quick, delicious, and nutritious recipes to inspire a healthy start!
Found on Martha Stewart Living this recipe brings the warmth to cold January nights. Combining the flavors of parmesan, gruyere, and chicken with broccolini make this easy one-pot Italian dish a go-to on the weeknight or an easy Sunday dinner.
We know its Winter but we couldn't help but include this yummy Fall recipe found on MidwestLiving Magazine. Using lean cuts of beef and lots of veggies make this rich and satisfying recipe. Perfect for seniors who are looking for ways to improve their health with leaner cuts of meats.
Senior health advocates state that eating less meat in a Seniors diet can help when facing health concerns such as digestive issues, heart conditions, and weight control. Reducing meat intake can help reduce saturated fats and cholesterol in diets. This crustless spinach and mushroom pie is perfect for those meatless days for Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner!
Create safer mealtime experiences with chairs with wheels for the elderly. Take a look at the chair caddie (a retrofit device) that allows you to keep your chairs and decrease the chance of falling during mealtimes.