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Zucchini and tomatoes in a colorful bowl
March 1, 2021 - Filed Under: Food and Health, Food, Nutrition and Wellness

Video by Jonathan Parrish.

I’m always looking for easy vegetable dishes with a lot of flavor, and this one hits the spot!

This recipe serves four, so you may need to double it, depending on the size of your family.

Did you know you can save some calories and fat by cooking your vegetables in water or broth instead of butter or oil? At about 100 calories per teaspoon, fat can add up quickly.

Food Factor host Natasha Haynes holds a mug of cocoa while standing in a kitchen
February 16, 2021 - Filed Under: Food, Nutrition and Wellness

Many recipes—on The Food Factor and elsewhere—make multiple servings. Typically, I’m a fan of leftovers, but hot chocolate just does not warm up well in my opinion. That’s why I was excited to discover this fast, microwavable option for a single serving.

A woman stands outdoors on a grassy lawn.
February 8, 2021 - Filed Under: Food and Health, Food, Nutrition and Wellness, Nutrition

High cholesterol increases your risk of cardiovascular disease (heart disease), which is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Lifestyle change is a key component that can prevent or help manage high cholesterol. 

A slice of chocolate angel food cake on a small saucer with the entire cake on a blue platter in the background
January 29, 2021 - Filed Under: Food and Health, Food, Nutrition and Wellness, Nutrition

Last year, our recipe for Tropical Angel Cake was by far our most popular post. So, when we found this recipe for a different take on angel food cake, we knew we had to try it!

Chicken tortilla soup in a colorful bowl with a small glass bowl of cilantro in the background
January 26, 2021 - Filed Under: Food and Health, Food, Nutrition and Wellness, Nutrition

In wintertime, I want to come home to a supper that’s ready to eat and will warm me up, inside and out. This spicy soup hits the spot! If you like more zip in your soup, use hot green chiles or hot salsa instead of mild.

Rinse the canned beans to reduce the sodium in this recipe and keep your broth clear. Don’t forget our handy trick for shredding chicken in a hurry: you can use a hand-held mixer on low speed to shred it!

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