As Halloween approaches, the holiday—like the others thus far in 2020—may need to be celebrated a bit differently this year.
Breakfast is a very important meal to start the day, and this overnight oat recipe is easy, healthy and oh-so satisfying! The high fiber and protein will keep you full, and the pumpkin pie flavor is irresistible!
On the Carroll Hospital Health Chat, radiologist Satyajit Sarangi, M.D., of Advanced Radiology discusses the importance of mammograms.
Listen to the Carroll Hospital Health Chat each Tuesday morning at 8:30 a.m. on WTTR 102.3FM/1470AM.
Need a new chicken salad recipe? This one will become a favorite, filled with flavor and healthy ingredients. Curry can be a wonderful spice for the cooler weather months to keep you warm and satisfied. Pair this with some whole grain bread for a sandwich or over top dark leafy greens for a nutritious salad.
The common suggestion to shop the circumference of the grocery store can be helpful if you are trying to decrease your processed food intake, but that doesn’t mean foods in the aisles are unhealthy.
Many diets today promote the intake of only whole foods, but let’s be real. In today’s busy world, convenience foods can be extremely helpful and can have just as much nutritional value if you choose wisely.
Have you ever tried soba noodles before? These delicious Japanese noodles are made from buckwheat, which is naturally gluten free and lower in carbohydrates and calories than your average white flour noodle. This spicy recipe will not disappoint.