It wasn’t long ago when I had the privilege to review and learn about The Healthy Shopper (don’t forget to read my 2012 review on The Healthier Shopper). The Healthy Shopper is a service that I am over the moon for (and a site that I frequent often), it helps make your healthy lifestyle easier (and cheaper).
One of our top goals in life should be to stay healthy and live a good life. Being healthy is more than essential if we want to achieve our ambitions and plans. However, being healthy is more than just keeping fit and eating the right food. It involves having an active lifestyle and a good emotional health too. Here are the top ten tips for having a healthy living which you can begin with.
The XBox Kinect is a great way to get your family active, without them knowing it. It’s a great way to show that being fit and active can be fun and I love that.
Preventing kids from getting sick is easy with the advice from Robin. Robin Wilson is CEO of Robin Wilson Home, an ambassador to The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America and has a hypoallergenic bedding line at Bed Bath and Beyond. She says most parents don’t realize that their home is probably making their kids sick, but there are simple solutions to help eliminate the “wheezes and sneezes.”
How To Get Rid Of The Flu Fast, that’s always a question I search when I feel like I’m getting sick. There’s never really a clear answer. Thursday I began to show some minor flu symptoms: headache, body aches and just not feeling 100%. Then Saturday came, and I felt like I was knocking on deaths door. I had big shopping plans on Sunday and didn’t have time to milk a flu so I took matters into my own hands and made a DIY Detox Bath.
Paleo Turkey Stuffed Peppers
- 1lb ground turkey
- 2 cups organic marinara sauce (I used Catelli Organics)
- 1 tbsp basil
- 1 tbsp garlic powder
- 2 cups spinach
- 3 red bell peppers
Pre-heat to 450
Cook up the ground turkey and add marinara and spices. Let simmer for the flavors to incorporate. In the mean time, take the tops off the peppers, slice them in half and de-seed them.
Add spinach to turkey mixture and stir until wilted.
Distribute the turkey evenly to the halved red peppers and bake for 25 minutes.
151 calories for each half!
I have made many versions of this recipe, if you don’t have some of these ingredients – no big deal. Use whatever it is that you have on hand: carrots, corn, green peppers: it’s all good.