This recipe’s creamy mustard and cashew based dressing adds a tart tangy taste to the combination of Kale and Red Cabbage. Adding cranberries and pumpkin seeds brings a wonder sweetness and texture to this colorful salad.
Once we tried this roasted green bean recipe, it’s quickly become a favorite in the Healthy Midlife kitchen. Featuring the powerful flavors of garlic and lemon, these additions give life to the plain tasting green bean. This recipe could be a great replacement to the high fat green bean casserole.
The combination of flavors makes these Curry Sweet Potato fries with a Greek Yogurt dip a great and healthy side dish or afternoon snack. We love cooking with sweet potatoes, one of the most nutritious foods available.
Combining the nutty flavor of butternut squash with kale and mushrooms make this a highly nutritious, great tasting vegan and gluten-free soup for chilly autumn days.
A brisk stroll for 30 minutes a few times a week could add 3.4 healthy years to our lives. A study by the U.S. National Cancer Institute shows that just adding minutes of physical activity per week can extend our lifespan.
From running an insurance agency to being a stay-at-home dad, Dan Sizemore, author of The Money Maker, shares his midlife journey to becoming a published writer.
With summer comes a healthy midlife weight loss challenge. Kathy and I are competing to lose 15 lbs in 90 days. This is the first entry in my online journey to document my weight loss strategy, what’s working and what not. Plus personal thoughts on this journey throughout the summer.
Being a part of the sandwich generation can be a stressful period during midlife. From caring for teens to elderly parents, this is a time where it’s very important to manage your wellness.
Constantly living with regrets can be symptoms of an unhealthy emotional state, especially as we get older. Learn 7 ways you can live a less regretful life.
Chia Seeds have invaded the Healthy Midlife kitchen. Rich in Omega-3 oil and antioxidants, we’re looking for exciting ways to use this tiny seed. Check out the vegetarian Chia Seed Cranberry Oatmeal Cookies. Chewy. Delicious. And healthier than traditional oatmeal cookies.
A lettuce wrap with some heat. This is a healthy vegan and raw meal that has quite a bit of kick. This was perfect for a light and filling dish for the Healthy Midlife crew one evening. Lettuce know what you think of it.
A middle age birthday presents an opportunity to reflect on life’s journey. I used this day to think about where I am today, and where my knowledge and experience can take me tomorrow.
Holidays are infamous for high carb side dishes. For a healthy midlife alternative, consider lowering your carbs with these flavorful holiday side dish ideas.
What is Metabolic Syndrome?
Discover how to reduce your midlife risk for this precursor to diabetes and heart disease and stroke
Discover how to reduce your midlife risk of Metabolic Syndrome. Also called Insulin Resistance Syndrome, this condition can be a precursor to diabetes and heart disease and stroke.
Learning what diabetes is can be the first step in preventing or managing this disease. At middle age, it’s important that we understanding this disease that can have a debilitating impact on our health.
We’ve put together the ultimate matchup of natural nut butters. Check out our review as Healthy Midlife writers evaluate our favorite peanut butter, almond butter, and sunflower seed butter for nutritional punch, hard hitting costs and knockout tastes.
We can significantly reduce our risk of diabetes with five lifestyle changes. For us middle age people, even for those with a family history of type 2 diabetes, the results of recent study show that making these five changes can prevent or delay onset of the disease.
Mexican food is a favorite in our household. And, yes, it’s possible to eat healthy at a Mexican restaurant. While the typical Mexican food menu choices might not be a great caloric outing for a midlife healthy diet plan, I found 6 menu dining tips that can help make eating this fiesta food experience a healthier one.
Eat Out Healthy: Conquer Menu Temptations for Better Health and Weight Loss with these 8 Dining Choices
My struggles with choosing healthy foods at restaurants began well before entering midlife. But with middle age, it has a much larger impact on the ebb and flow of my weight. Eating out healthy can be a challenging, but these 8 menu choice tips can be a great help in conquering menu temptations.
Dining out healthy can be a struggle. It certainly is for me. I’ve found 7 simple tips that can help make dining out a healthier experience. From reducing calories to making smart menu choices, following these easy ideas can make a difference in our overall midlife health.