If you’re looking for a quick dinner protein, look no further than fish fillets – and rainbow trout, a farmed fish, is a perfect choice.
Connect with me and Ingles Market to find out about events, new items at Ingles, health, food and nutrition information.
Lately I’ve been seeing recipes listing different sweeteners as “healthier” and less processed alternatives to sugar.
Children often go through phases of refusing certain foods or only wanting to eat specific foods; this can be a normal part of their development.
There is not necessarily an easy answer to this since protein needs depend on a few factors like:
Question: I would rather not take any medication…are there foods that can help lower my blood pressure and cholesterol?
Many people are fond of throwing around fearmongering words like: “poisonous”, “toxic”, and “dangerous” when it comes to certain foods, beverages, or ingredients – especially if it is something they don’t like or approve of.
Question: I’ve recently moved to NC and just started shopping at a nearby Ingles Markets. Who is “Laura Lynn” and who makes these products?
There’s no easy answer to this one because there’s no hard definition of “local”. For some, local may mean:
Erythritol is a classified as a polyol or sugar alcohol and is a type of carbohydrate. It is found naturally in some foods like pears, melons, and grapes and can be manufactured.
Essential oils are often talked about as a natural product and remedy when it comes to aromatherapy, i.e. certain scents may be pleasant and calming if used in diffusers.
Question: I need some inexpensive snack ideas for my teens that they can make on their own...
Question: Can you eat potatoes if you have diabetes?
Question: I have diabetes – do carrots have too much sugar for me to eat?
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