The explosion of sharing on the internet through websites like Pinterest has made healthy eating so much easier and way more fun. I love scrolling through the beautiful photos of colorful foods and experimenting with different recipes that I never would have thought of on my own.
Cauliflower rice? Baked spaghetti squash pie? Zucchini enchiladas? All amazing, healthy, nutritious ideas I found just surfing the web that are regular staples in our dinner rotation now.
But sometimes, especially for someone who is new to healthy eating and nutrition, it can be overwhelming trying to wade through the recipes. So many recipes claim to be “healthy” – but their definition of what’s healthy doesn’t totally add up.
They might really mean “low-calorie” or “gluten-free” or “vegan”, but not what I would call nutritious or good for you by any means. So how does one spot a truly healthy… Continue Reading