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6 inexpensive ways to eat healthy at home

So you pick up your phone and suddenly you’ve spent $35 on a carb-heavy meal that would have cost a fraction to prepare at home.

It’s a less-than-ideal start to the week, and making it a habit could have implications for your overall well-being. Eating nutrient-dense, balanced meals is one of the most important things you can do for your physical and mental health, according to Anya Rosen, a New York-based registered functional dietitian.

Thankfully, there are ways to do so on a budget. Here are six ways you can eat healthier without spending your entire paycheck at the grocery … Read more

In the Kitchen with Marcia: Appetizers and Healthy Snacks

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North Dearborn Branch Library, West Harrison, Indiana, 47060

Purdue Extension Educator Marcia Parcell hosts and teaches a variety of hands-on cooking classes. Participants learn recipes and create dishes to take home or create at home. August theme is Appetizers and Healthy Snacks. Everyone needs a snack or appetizer once in a while. Not all appetizers and snacks are created equal. Learn ways to make appetizers and snacks fun and nutritious! North Dearborn Branch Library. 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 1. Must register. Adults. Free. https://lawrenceburg.librarycalendar.com

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North Dearborn Branch

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Ask the Experts: Stick to your healthy diet and your budget by following these simple tips

Regional One Health’s clinical nutrition team helps patients improve their diet through small, realistic changes that add up to big improvements.

It’s possible to make those changes even if you’re on a tight budget. Some of their tips include cooking at home, buying healthy ingredients in bulk and keeping portion sizes reasonable.

Eating healthy can feel challenging if you’re on a strict budget – but according to our clinical nutrition team, there are ways to improve your diet that are also good for your bank account.

Regional One Health’s dietitians are sharing tips from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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13 Healthy Starbucks Drinks (and Gluten-Free Items)

Figuring out what to order from Starbucks can be tricky when you’re trying to eat healthy.

In fact, some of their trademark drinks and coffees may contain more sugar, carbs, and calories than some of their desserts.

Simple add-ons, such as syrups, toppings, and sweeteners, can add up very quickly, turning your simple cup of coffee into a calorie bomb.

Fortunately, there are lots of healthy options available, including several low calorie, low sugar, low fat, and gluten-free selections.

Here are 13 of the healthiest Starbucks drinks, along with some gluten-free foods on their menu (1).

1. Nitro

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Brilliant low fat banana bread recipe with chocolate chips and 3 healthy ingredients

Baking does not get much easier than this.

Known for her super quick and simple recipes, Instagram baker @cakeontherun has shared her latest banana bread creation with us.

Made with just four basic ingredients, the method is so straightforward anyone can give it a go.

For lots more healthy food inspiration, visit our recipe page.

What’s more, it’s pretty healthy too, meaning you can tuck into a generous wedge of it for breakfast guilt-free.

Low in fat and sugar, it contains no flour or butter, making it ideal for people who avoid gluten and dairy. If you’re vegan, there’s an

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