What’s the difference between brown rice and white rice, and which one is more nutritious?
I’m trying to eat more fish that’s not breaded and fried but need some ideas on how to cook it so it’s not so smelly
Is there an easy way to find low-sodium products at Ingles?
What is tempeh?
What are some good snacks for a person who has diabetes?
1. Instead of buying flavored milks, buy plain cow’s milk or soy milk and add your own chocolate syrup or chocolate flavoring powder.
Crunchy Roasted Broccoli & Peanut Salad Dressing
• Use boxed cookie, cake or brownie mixes or buy flour and baking ingredients to make desserts rather than buying pre-made desserts.
• The Ingles Advantage card will help save on every shopping trip. (See your local store for a card.) Look for your Advantage special pricing on shelf tags.
Myth: Celiac disease means you have an allergy to gluten.
Question: My doctor has told me that I need to increase the amount of fiber in my diet? Can I just take fiber supplements?
Are you in a bit of a cooking or baking slump?
There are so many diets and diet books out there. Before you buy that book or try that diet your friend or neighbor recommended ask yourself these 5 questions:
Question: I’m 75 years old and don’t really cook much. My doctor has said I need to reduce sodium. What are my options?
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