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Aries As Moon enters Gemini today, Astroyogi astrologers predict this time will prove to be excellent for any kind of investment. If you have been planning on investing in a new venture or maybe start a new business now is the right time. Plan anything between 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm for better results. All your hard work will be paid off today and this is a good time to make use of all your savings and use them to buy any kind of property be it for yourself or your family. Green is your lucky color for the day. Taurus As Moon moves in Gemini you may not be feeling your very best, dear Taurus. Today may be one of those days when you feel low on confidence. You tend to dream big and when it becomes unattainable, you feel lost and disoriented. Try to be little practical when it comes to your goals and work your way up slow and steady, advice Astroyogi astrologers. It is important that you surround yourself with positive people especially today this will help uplift your mood in some way or the other. You need to schedule anything important or auspicious between 2:30 pm and 5 pm for optimal results. White is your lucky color for the day. Gemini As Moon moves in Gemini, peace of mind may elude some of you as problems begin to mount one after the other. This may leave you feeling frustrated and upset and this may not be one of your best periods but these times won’t last forever. Astroyogi astrologers recommend that you should tackle one thing at a time. Gemini, If you feel talking to someone may help you feel better then go ahead. Remember to undertake any important work between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Wearing emerald green will prove lucky for you today.Cancer Cancer, you will be in a mood to put pending plans into action with Moon sweeping in Gemini. You will have little tolerance for procrastination and will look only for result-oriented solutions. This transit has you really wanting to make concrete headway on projects. You should definitely use this energy to your advantage and complete some long-pending tasks, advice Astroyogi astrologers. Wear sunshine yellow to attract positive vibes. Plan important matters between the time 7.35 pm to 8.35 pm as this time is considered to be lucky for you.These are general horoscope predictions based on the sun signs. For a more personalised prediction based on your birth chart, speak to India's renowned astrologers only at astroYogi.com. Click here to proceed. Leo As Moon is in Gemini, you can look forward to a satisfactory day ahead. This will be an ideal day to find ways to enhance your creativity and enhance your efficiency at work. Grab any new opportunity that may come your way as it could enhance your professional life. You will have a peaceful state of mind today as things on the domestic front also look good. Just a word of caution, do not lose your temper even if you need to confront with an uncomfortable situation at home, let it pass and the harmony will sustain. Wearing anything bright Yellow in color will prove lucky for you today. The time between 11:00 am and 12:00 pm is auspicious and any task undertaken during this hour will bring you fruitful results.Virgo As Moon makes its presence felt in Gemini today may turn out to be a day of self-discovery for you, dear Virgo. You may decide to spend some much needed time to yourself and explore the far corners of your own and personality in order to bring in the necessary changes. This may turn out to be a fruitful time for you if you use it accordingly, say Astroyogi astrologers. Your luckiest hour of the day lies between 10:30 am and 12 pm stick to these timings to schedule anything important. Wearing red will bring you good luck and positive vibes. Libra As Moon remains in Gemini you could be feeling inspired today, dear Libra. You could be running high on imagination and intuition just feel free to let go. As you allow yourself to relax, you will experience that decisions become much easier to make and things will flow in the right direction. Try to refrain from overthinking about a particular situation which may be a source of worry for you. Astroyogi astrologers recommend that you schedule anything important or auspicious between 12 pm and 2:30 pm for optimal results. Red will be your lucky color for the day.Scorpio Astroyogi astrologers warns you today if you are not careful you are likely to miss some deadlines as Moon makes its presence felt in Gemini. It is important for you to take this possibility into account today if you are working on any important documents at work. Finish all your responsibilities in hand in order to avoid any problem which may crop up unexpectedly. Remain focused and do not let any other distraction disrupt your productivity. Time between 2 pm to 3 pm is considered auspicious for you to complete any pending task according to Astroyogi astrologers. Blue is your lucky color for today.Sagittarius As Moon is present in Gemini today, good news from abroad is indicated. If you have friends or family residing abroad then today they may ring you with some exciting news. This is likely a day when you would be invited on a trip across the ocean and it would result in a memory-generating journey for all of you. If it is a professional opportunity about an overseas project, do give it a shot and follow your instincts, you will be surprised about how effective it turns out to be. You will get all the support and understanding you need from your partner. Indulge in important tasks between 2:30 pm and 3:15 pm to get positive results. Wearing light purple will attract positive energy.These are general horoscope predictions based on the sun signs. For a more personalised prediction based on your birth chart, speak to India's renowned astrologers only at astroYogi.com. Click here to proceed. Capricorn Dear Capricorn, a good day awaits you as Moon is in Gemini filled with positive vibes. Today will be a day for love and romance, be wary of anyone who tries to sweep you off your feet. Fairy tale romances sounds good but if they sweep of you off your feet, you will no longer have a solid grip on the ground anymore. These are matters of the heart and should be dealt with a lot of tact and patience. At work, you will eventually be able to achieve what you want. However, do not waste time pondering about the minor glitches that may come your way. If there is any an important meeting or event, you should plan it between 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm for optimal results. Your lucky color for today is Mauve. Aquarius As Moon makes its presence felt in Gemini you may want to forget about all your troubles and get involved in things that give you happiness. Aquarius, the simple pleasures in life, like having a wonderful time with friends and family have always made you happy but you seldom find the time to indulge in them. But now you will be able to find the time and the resources as well for it. Merry Christmas! Today’s moments of merriment will create memories you will cherish forever. Pink is your lucky color for the day and schedule anything of high importance or auspicious before 4 pm for best results.Pisces A very relaxed and satisfactory day is on the horizon for you, as Moon is in Gemini suggest Astroyogi astrologers. You will be in a good mood as anything you undertake today will have positive results. It has been numerous days now, since you have devoted any time to yourself and your family at home. Feel relaxed within your home environment and you may not even feel the need to go outside to have a good time. You will not only make up for all the times that you have neglected them but earn points by getting gifts for them. Wearing Pearl White will prove to be lucky for you. 6:00 pm and 6:45 pm is likely to be very lucky for you. * Dailyhoroscopes * Astrology
Months after announcing the closure of food courts in stores because of the coronavirus pandemic, Costco switched to takeout only. But now they have started reintroducing things onto the menu again, too. So say hello again to the Costco chicken bake!Yep, the chicken breast, cheese, bacon, and caesar dressing combo is back, according to an Instagram account called @costcoguy4u, but it might not be exactly like you remember. "They were different than the older version but good," he says. "I found them a bit saltier with a different crust."He also notes that the cashier said the snack is pre-made now — but that may not be the case for each food court. One person's comment on the post says that in Portland, Oregon, the item never left and tastes the same as it always has.> > > View this post on Instagram> > > > 1st to Post on Instagram They are Back!!! Kirkland Signature Chicken Bake $2.99 With Chicken Breast, cheese Bacon , and Caesar Dressing Only 840 Calories 😉 They were different than the older version but good… I found them a bit saltier with a different crust. When we asked the cashier they said they are Pre made now. Worth a try… Let us know how you like them… Enjoyed this one @costco Glenview, IL.> > A post shared by CostcoGuy4u | Costco (@costcoguy4u) on Sep 3, 2020 at 11:15am PDTRELATED: The One Thing You Should Never Order at Costco's Food CourtAlthough the Costco chicken bake is high in calories and sodium, it is actually a better option than others. It's the option with the lowest amount of saturated fat but has the most protein with a whopping 46 grams. Steer clear of the turkey wrap and the cheese pizza, if they're available. For more information, here are The Best&Worst Menu Items at Costco's Food Court.The price of the Costco chicken bake is still consistent with other menu items — except for the churros. The fried treats are now $1.49 instead of only $1. However, only one Costco location is getting the new version of this old staple, so the rest of the country will have to wait to try it out.If your location's food court menu is still lacking chicken bakes, the frozen section might have a box you can take home and bake yourself, according to Fox Business. The box of six individually wrapped and microwavable pockets follow the food court recipe.STAY INFORMED: Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest coronavirus foods news delivered straight to your inbox.
Starbucks finally did what it set out to do in 2018: Remove straws from stores for good.The time has officially arrived to start saying goodbye to the plastic straws that would help you down that iced vanilla latte. The famed Seattle-based coffee chain has announced that it's getting rid of those dark green plastic straws that usually cannot be recycled. Two years ago the company announced that it would replace plastic straws with a new recyclable, strawless lid by 2020 and it's sticking to its word. (Related: What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day).Starting this month, the chain announced it would begin phasing out straws across the U.S. and Canada and instead use a recyclable lid that resembles a sippy cup."Recyclable, strawless lids for customers across the U.S. and Canada is another step in our journey to reduce our environmental footprint," Michael Kobori, chief sustainability officer at Starbucks said in a statement. "As we move closer toward our 2030 target of a 50 percent reduction in waste sent to landfills, the long-standing history of innovation within Starbucks, partnership across the industry and changing consumer behavior remain fundamental to our purpose and our prosperity as an organization."There will even be different lids for different types of drinks. For example, the Nitro Cold Brew will continue to be served with a lid that has a tear-drop shaped opening, which will also now be used on top of iced coffee, tea, and espresso drinks. The Frappuccino and other drinks with whipped cream on top will also continue to have the dome-shaped lids, and plastic straws will be exclusive to only these drinks unless prohibited by local law. (Related: We Tried Every Starbucks Frappuccino&This Is the One We'd Order Again).With this new initiative, Starbucks will be closer to achieving its goal of eliminating one billion plastic straws globally per year. Here's to a more sustainable, but equally as caffeinated future!
What can't peanut butter do? On top of being incredibly delicious, peanut butter can boost your meal with all kinds of nutrients to kickstart your day! It's full of healthy fat and protein—both helping you to feel satiated after a meal. It's low in sugar and sodium but dense in micronutrients like vitamin E, vitamin B3, magnesium, and copper. Between all of the nutritional benefits—and the fact that it's tasty—it's probably one of the best foods to kickstart your day! This list of peanut butter breakfast ideas is an easy way to get started.One note about peanut butter: Find one that isn't loaded with added sugar and palm oil! Instead, find a peanut butter that will actually benefit you, like Once Again's Organic Creamy Peanut Butter, Fix&Fogg, or any of these other top peanut butter brands. Once you have your favorite peanut butter in hand, here are a few peanut butter breakfast ideas that will have you excited to get out of bed!Are you a dessert lover? Here are 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.1 Mix it in your oatmeal.For an extra boost of healthy fat and protein, mix in a tablespoon of peanut butter into your bowl oatmeal—as we did for this peanut butter banana oatmeal recipe. Top with banana and extra nuts, or even chia seeds, to really up the nutritional content of your bowl.2 Or overnight oats!Peanut butter will make your overnight oats even creamier! Mix one tablespoon of peanut butter with 1/2 cup of oats and 1/2 cup of almond milk. Throw in some chia seeds for an extra boost of fiber—as we did in this peanut butter overnight oats recipe.3 Blend it in a smoothie.Between the creaminess and fattiness in peanut butter, it makes for a great additive in smoothies. Especially if you mix it up with some berries! Or if you need a recipe, swap out the cashew butter with peanut butter in this PB&J smoothie.4 Make a breakfast sandwich.Maybe not an egg sandwich, but peanut butter goes really well with bananas (and bacon, thanks Elvis!), so why not make it for breakfast? Here's how to make the Elvis sandwich with creamy peanut butter and, we weren't kidding, salty bacon.5 Top it on pancakes.No maple syrup? No problem! Peanut butter makes an excellent topping on pancakes—especially because of its high protein and low sugar content. Get our recipe for Protein Pancakes and top with peanut butter!6 Mix it in yogurt.Plain Greek yogurt isn't the most appetizing thing to eat on its own—but mixing in peanut butter certainly helps! It gives that Greek yogurt the touch of sweetness it needs. Top with fresh fruit and granola for a delicious morning yogurt parfait.7 Make granola with it.Speaking of granola, did you know you can use peanut butter to make it? Peanut butter helps the oats to stick together when baking. Give it a try yourself with this peanut butter granola recipe.8 Stuff it in crepes.While we love this homemade Nutella crepe recipe, we do also love drizzling a little peanut butter in it as well. It feels like a decadent dessert, but somehow it's still considered breakfast!9 Make a gourmet PB&J.Peanut butter and jelly doesn't have to only be a lunch food, you know. You could always make a fancy peanut butter and jelly toast in the morning with a few special ingredients! Top with your favorite jam or jelly, fresh fruit, and even some crunchy nuts or chia seeds for a filling breakfast. Or try one of these peanut butter and jelly recipes!10 Bake breakfast cookies.Cookies? For breakfast? Absolutely! These cookies get a boost of protein thanks to the peanut butter and eggs. Made with oats, these cookies are naturally gluten-free and pair great with a cup of coffee. Try this peanut butter breakfast cookie recipe from Back To The Book Nutrition.11 Drizzle on chia pudding.Whether you're making a simple chia seed pudding or mixing it with chocolate, peanut butter is a great topping to add! It gives that chia pudding an extra boost of protein and flavor.12 Enjoy it with an apple—or banana!Peanut butter and toast is an easy go-to in the morning, but you could always swap out that slice of bread with an apple or a banana! It will satisfy any sweet craving you have in the morning and will fill you up quickly.13 Bake it in muffins.If bananas can go in muffins, why can't peanut butter? Peanut butter really enhances the flavor of the muffin and increases the protein content without having to add protein powder. You can even get the best of both worlds by trying this peanut butter banana muffin recipe from Sally's Baking Addiction.For even more clever ways to use peanut butter, here are 11 Genius Peanut Butter Hacks You've Never Thought Of.
For some millennials, a night out at Pizza Hut was the height of luxury growing up. There were arcade games and breadsticks, and you could get a free personal pan pizza through the summer reading program. But Pizza Hut's dining rooms aren't the only thing that's disappeared from the chain.These discontinued Pizza Hut foods range from the delicious to the absurd. While we don't miss all of them, they're sure to stoke nostalgia for a bygone time.And for more, don't miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.1 Hot Dog Stuffed Crust PizzaIt's probably not a bad thing that this pizza has vanished. This Pizza Hut monstrosity was originally available in other countries like Canada and South Korea. But, really, it was only a matter of time before it came stateside in 2015. Is there anything more American than combining pizza and hot dogs into one meal?RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!2 Triple Decker PizzaThis monstrosity was kind of like the Big Mac of pizza. There were the crust and all of the standard pizza toppings—which sat on top of a second crust, complete with a cheese layer in between. We'll admit, it's better for everyone's health that this pizza is no longer on the Pizza Hut menu.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!3 Salad BarOnce upon a time, Pizza Hut was a place where you could sit down and order from a server, not just get a takeout pizza to-go. There was even a build-your-own salad bar! But salad bars and buffets aren't coming back anytime soon, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.4 Hershey's Chocolate DunkersIn addition to the salad bar, sit-down Pizza Hut locations had breadsticks with marinara dipping sauce. And at one point, there was also a dessert version: Hershey's Chocolate Dunkers, with a chocolate dipping sauce. It's a bit random for Pizza Hut, but they were a sweet way to end the meal.5 PriazzoPart lasagna, part deep-dish pie, the Priazzo was a Pizza Hut monstrosity that never really took off. Pizza just isn't meant to be eaten with a knife and fork!6 QuepapasThese fried balls were a cross between jalapeño poppers and tater tots. Whatever they were, they were pretty delicious, especially if you dipped them in ranch dressing.7 Taco PizzaTacos and pizza are an unusual flavor combo, which could be why this menu item didn't stand the test of time. It's probably for the best.For more, check out these 108 most popular sodas ranked by how toxic they are.
It's time to "hunker down." Two modes of coronavirus transmission are significantly higher than thought. One underlying health condition is the very worst. And the government isn't handling a few things wisely. The nation's top infectious-disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, spoke with Harvard Medical School for its Grand Rounds video series on Thursday, and he took us all to school by sharing the very latest on the important facts surrounding COVID-19 and what he predicts for this fall and winter. Here's everything he thinks you should know. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.1 Coronavirus Is "Much More" Aerosolized Than ThoughtTheories on the extent to which coronavirus is transmitted through respiratory droplets (the stuff produced by coughing, sneezing and breathing, which quickly drops to the ground) versus aerosols (smaller particles that can linger in the air) are changing. "There was some real misunderstanding about respiratory droplets and so-called aerosolized particles," he said. "The aerosol and particle physicists that have approached us now have told us that we really have gotten it wrong over many, many years. Bottom line is, this is much more aerosol than we thought."2 Transmission From Surfaces Isn't Understood"Infected surfaces clearly occurred," said Fauci. "The degree to which they contribute to transmission is unclear."3 The Virus Isn't Just In Respiratory Droplets"The virus is in multiple body fluids," said Fauci. "Again, what the role in transmission is unknown."4 Animals Can Be Infected"Animals, both domesticated and zoo animals can be infected," said Fauci. "And yet again, we do not know and doubt whether this is a major source of human infection."RELATED: COVID Mistakes You Should Never Make5 Events, Not One Person, Are Super-Spreaders"They're really much more super-spread at events than super-spread of people," said Fauci. "We used to think that a single person may be particularly prone to spreading it a lot. It is much more likely it's the circumstance in which that person is, as opposed to anything specific about the specific person."6 Asymptomatic Transmission Is Higher Than Previously Thought"The thing about this outbreak that is very perplexing in being able to track and get our arms around is the fact that about 40 to 50% of the infections are asymptomatic," says Fauci. "If that's not bad enough, we know that now—and there was some doubt about this until it was really clarified—it is likely that up to about 50% of transmissions off of individuals who do not have symptoms."7 What's "Most Perplexing" About COVID "The thing that's most perplexing to me as a physician is the extraordinary range and spectrum of disease severity," said Fauci. "About 80-plus percent of individuals have mild to moderate disease. About 15 to 20% have severe or critical disease. The case fatality rate varies greatly on age and underlying condition."8 The Worst Underlying Health Condition To Have"We're seeing that obesity is probably one of the most important of the conditions that are strongly associated with an increased risk of severe illness," said Fauci.9 His Not-So-Subtle Criticism of Washington"There's been some, I would say disagreement among people who discuss this in Washington, not to be named for today's presentation, who feel that one of the approaches may be just protect the people in the nursing home, because they are the ones that are susceptible to severe disease," said Fauci. "If the others get infected, there may not be a problem. Well, we know that's not the case, because there are enough people who have underlying conditions who are not in nursing homes, who clearly have a predisposition to severe disease."10 This Is "The Holy Grail" of COVIDFauci said that a vaccine is what "we all feel is going to be the Holy Grail and really the intervention that is going to get us back to normal, which we all hope to do."11 He Expects Multiple Vaccines"We project that by the end of this calendar year, let's say November, December, we will know whether we have a safe and effective vaccine, and I would say vaccines, plural," said Fauci. "But again, with vaccines, you never say never. And you never say always, there's nothing guaranteed. We'll just have to see, but these trials are progressing very well."12 Why Some People Have Severe COVID and Some Don't"It's gotta be multifactorial," Fauci said. "It has to have something to do with the person transmitting and the burden of disease and the viral load. It probably has something to do with the host and the recipient and the receptor and the density of receptors in the recipient and then the proximity of contact and how close that contact is."RELATED: 11 Signs You've Already Had COVID-1913 The Number of Cases Depresses Him"When we get with the task force, we go over the data from the night before, and I keep looking at that curve and I get more depressed and more depressed about the fact that we never really get down to the baseline that I'd like."14 These States Are Currently Surging"If we try to open up and if we don't do it correctly, we're going to see these surges that we've seen in the Southern states and the Midwest," said Fauci. "And now, if you look at the map, it's Montana, North and South Dakota, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa—those are the ones that are surging. I think, as we get into the fall and we do more indoor things, we are likely going to see upticks in COVID-19."15 Why We Want Australia's Recent Flu Season"I don't know what's going to happen and I'm not predicting, but … what we have said might happen, actually has happened in Australia," said Fauci. "And that is that they have had the lightest influenza season in memory. They can't remember a season this light. And the reason is they're … wearing masks, they're physical distancing, they're washing their hands, and they're avoiding crowds."16 It's Time to "Hunker Down""I would hope that with a combination of everybody who should be getting vaccinated with influenza, and the public health measures that we do, prevent us from having a bad influenza season and we somehow don't have a massive resurgence of COVID. Because what I would like to see is keeping the lid on it, keeping the baseline down, until we get a vaccine."He added: "I just think we need to hunker down and get through this fall and winter, because it's not going to be easy."17 What "Concerns" Him About Vaccine Distribution"We have let our local public health system deteriorate over decades and decades. If we had it the way it should be, we would be in a much better position" to distribute the vaccine, said Fauci. "I have a lot of concerns about the vaccine. Right now the issue of supply chain and distribution is being put in the hands of the military. Which is fine because they have a lot of experience in supply chain and whatever. But in general, that's a CDC issue."18 What He's Learned From COVID"Don't ever underestimate as it evolves. And don't try and look at the rosy side of things," said Fauci. "Number two, we can do—and should always do—good, ethically sound, scientifically sound research during the outbreak. This idea of throwing everything to somebody, because it's desperate, doesn't work. It's gotten us into trouble with other diseases. So let's not forget the fact that although you want to get the best intervention to someone as quickly as possible, that there is a major role for ethically sound controlled clinical trials, we have to do that."As for yourself, do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Mask up, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Every restaurant chain has its own unique take on cuisine, however, a few chains appear to be prioritizing adding this one particular dish to its menu: Mac and cheese.The appeal with mac and cheese? The dish, no matter how you prepare it, is a comfort food classic, which is exactly the type of meal people across the nation have been craving since March. After all, during bleak times we often gravitate toward foods that bring pleasant memories to light. (Related: 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback)For example, Noodles&Company just added its fifth variation of mac and cheese to its "Macs" line—a Ham&Gruyère Mac with shredded french cheese, black forest ham, green onions, and toasted breadcrumbs.Danielle Moore, Noodles&Company's director of communications, told Nation's Restaurant News that this new addition, "expands the possibilities of the classic comfort food even more, taking it on a new, international adventure with the Gruyère. The dish was created in collaboration with our longest-term cheese supplier, Wisconsin-based Sartori Cheese, using a rich Gruyère made with milk from local Wisconsin dairy farmers and developed exclusively for Noodles&Company."Now think about all of the things you could put on top of a bowl of mac and cheese or make with mac and cheese that would distinguish it from a traditional bowl. Executive Chef Bryan Forgione at Buddy V's Ristorante in Las Vegas had shared his unique spin on the classic comfort food dish with Eat This, Not That! His advice? Swap out elbow macaroni for cavatelli pasta and include egg yolk in the cheesy sauce.Many restaurant chains jazz up a bowl of mac and cheese by adding a protein such as lobster, buffalo chicken, and pulled pork. Others take a more non-traditional route. Slater's 50/50, a 12-unit burger chain on the west coast makes its own Bacon Mac and Cheese Balls with panko and Tapatio ranch for dipping, for example.Independently-owned restaurants may even benefit from adding the dish to their menu with their own unique twist. The menu at the Homeroom, in Oakland, California features 14 different types of mac and cheese including one that has Elote swirled into it and another with all of the key toppings from a Hawaiian pizza. The restaurant has survived through the pandemic thus far largely because of its ability to offer takeout, but also because of its extensive list of funky mac and cheese dishes. (Related: The Surprising Type of Restaurant That's Thriving During COVID-19)At the end of the day, a traditional bowl of mac and cheese will more than likely satisfy a customer's craving on its own—no elaborate toppings or fixings necessary. Big Daddy's Burger Bar, primarily located in southern states, recently added a mac and cheese side dish to its menu and what makes it exclusive to the restaurant is that its made with the chain's house-made American cheese.For more, check out 13 Delicious Ways to Upgrade Your Mac and Cheese.
Nearly nine months have passed since the first COVID-19 cases were identified in Wuhan, China, and every day we get closer to understanding about everything from its transmissibility to exactly how to identify it. During a Harvard Medical School Grand Rounds session on Thursday, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading coronavirus expert, discussed the extensive range of symptoms that those infected with COVID are suffering. "The clinical presentation is very similar to a flu like syndrome," he said, explaining that the median number of days for symptoms to arise "is about five days," with a range from two to 14 days. "The thing that's most perplexing to me as a physician is the extraordinary range and spectrum of disease severity," he admits. Here are all the symptoms — both mild and severe — presented by Dr. Fauci. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus1 Mild: Fever According to Dr. Fauci, "80 plus percent of individuals have mild to moderate disease." The most common symptom experienced by 83-99 percent of COVID sufferers is a rise in temperature. 2 Mild: Cough A dry cough is also experienced by the majority of people infected with coronavirus, estimated to be anywhere from 59-82 percent. 3 Mild: FatigueFatigue is another common symptom of COVID, with an estimated 44-70 percent experiencing severe exhaustion as a result of an infection. 4 Mild: AnorexiaA loss of appetite is also associated with the virus. According to the WHO statistics presented by Dr. Fauci, 40-84 percent of sufferers lose their appetite and have trouble eating. 5 Mild: Shortness of BreathShortness of breath and having trouble breathing is often reported by 31-40 percent of coronavirus sufferers.6 Mild: MyalgiasMyalgias, aka muscle aches, are a less common symptom. According to Fauci's chart an estimated 11-35 percent of coronavirus sufferers report body aches. RELATED: I'm a Doctor and Here's When You Can Safely Keep Your Mask Off7 Mild: Sore ThroatA sore throat — possibly a result of a dry cough — has also been reported by those infected with coronavirus. 8 Mild: Nasal CongestionSome coronavirus sufferers have reported having a stuffy, congested nose. 9 Mild: HeadacheIn addition to body aches, some people report headaches as part of their COVID infection. 10 Mild: Gastrointestinal Problems Diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting have all been associated with mild coronavirus infections. 11 Mild: Loss of Smell and TasteAccording to Dr. Fauci, a loss of smell and taste "generally precedes the onset of respiratory symptoms." 12 Severe: Acute Respiratory Syndrome (ARDS)Dr. Fauci states that "about 15 to 20% have severe or critical disease." The most common symptom of those with a severe infection, especially those on a "ventilator requiring intubation and ventilation," is acute respiratory syndrome, also referred to as ARDS. 13 Severe: HyperinflammationDr. Fauci also mentions that "there are a number of hyperinflammatory states," as a result of severe infection as well. RELATED: COVID Mistakes You Should Never Make14 Severe: Cardiac Symptoms Acute cardiac injury, arrhythmias, cardiomyopathy are all heart-related complications that have been reported in individuals suffering from severe COVID infection. 15 Severe: Acute Kidney InjuryDr. Fauci also mentions that COVID can cause long-term kidney damage, possibly impacting 15 percent of hospitalized patients, per The American Kidney Foundation. 16 Severe: Neurological DisordersDr. Fauci brought up that some people with severe infections are suffering from neurological disorders, recently detailed in a study published in The Lancet Neurology. 17 Severe: HypercoagulabilityHypercoagulability, "leading to thromboembolic implications, including pulmonary embolism and acute stroke, multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children," are also possible with severe coronavirus infections. As for yourself: To get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Sometimes, the craving for pasta, salad, and breadsticks comes calling. Yes, that is a very specific craving, but you know what it's really about: your heart (and stomach) is aching for some Olive Garden. Whether you're able to dine at the Italian restaurant chain or you place a takeout order, there's no wrong way to get your OG fix. But there is a wrong meal to eat.You don't want to end up ordering the worst Olive Garden menu item, right? Well, there is one dish that is truly bad news, as it's simply the unhealthiest option. You obviously always want to be mindful when you're eating a meal you didn't make yourself since you don't want to sabotage your weight-loss efforts (and your waistline) on just one meal. (Check out What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day to uncover more about what one meal can do to you!)So what is the worst menu item at Olive Garden? Well, it's the… Tour of Italy1,680 calories, 104 g fat (54 g saturated fat, 2 g trans fat), 3,290 mg sodium, 105 g carbs (9 g fiber, 18 g sugar), 83 g proteinThis pasta dish is made up of three OG classics that you are served up, all on one plate. The Tour of Italy meal is made up of Olive Garden's Chicken Parmigiana, Lasagna Classico, and Fettuccine Alfredo. While this might seem like the ideal choice for someone who is rather indecisive and wants to try a little bit of everything, you're going to want to think twice about eating this entire dish by yourself.See, it's the classic entrée that packs the most amount of calories at 1,680. The average person should consume around 2,000 calories for the entire day—this one dish is nearly wiping out all of your calories! (Note, we're not taking into account the limited-time menu item, the Giant Chicken Parmigiana, which has a staggering 1,790 calories, as it isn't a permanent entrée option.)Not only is this Tour of Italy dish highly caloric, but it's high in everything. It serves up a whopping 104 grams of fat and a shocking amount of sodium, coming in at 3,390 milligrams. Keep in mind that the American Heart Association recommends most adults consume no more than 2,300 milligrams per day. This one meal has nearly a day and a half's worth of sodium—big yikes. Not only can eating overly salty foods often lead to weight gain, but it's been proven that high sodium intake is associated with a higher risk of developing high blood pressure. So it's important to always watch your sodium for your overall health.This dish also has two grams of trans fat, and it's no secret that seeing trans fat is alarming. Trans fat lowers your HDL levels—your good cholesterol—and can trigger chronic conditions such as heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. The 2015-2020 American Dietary Guidelines limit trans fats to as low as possible, which means you shouldn't be having any in your daily diet. Avoid meals that have them! (Looking for more helpful tips? Well, your ultimate restaurant and supermarket survival guide is here!) What should you order from Olive Garden instead?When you're ordering from OG, it's best to keep things light, and the Herb-Grilled Salmon that clocks in at 460 calories and is served alongside parmesan garlic broccoli is one of your best bets. Another solid option is the Shrimp Scampi, which is the only dinner entrée that has less than 1,000 milligrams of sodium.
Sure, you've been to Costco to stock up on toilet paper or to buy gluten-free snacks. And who can resist the rotisserie chicken? But true Costco devotees know that there's way more to the warehouse club than those obvious choices.From wedding stationery to pianos, Costco and Costco.com are home to all sorts of things you'd never expect to find at the same place you buy milk and eggs. Here are some of the weirdest things you can buy at Costco.And for more, don't miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.1 Engagement ringsPlanning to pop the question? You can get a sparkler right at Costco, along with plenty of other jewelry options. Who knew you could get an engagement ring and toilet paper at the same store?RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!2 Wine tapForget opening and pouring a wine bottle. This four-bottle WineStation will serve you wine right on tap, for the cool price of $4999.99.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox!3 Digital grand pianoYou don't have to find a music store. Just head to Costco.com to find multiple piano options, including this digital grand piano that retails for a cool $2,399.99.4 Wedding invitationsWhy head to a fancy stationery shop when you can order save-the-date cards and wedding invitations from Costco? There are plenty of customizable templates, and they look pretty nice, too.5 Chicken coopThose with rabbits or chickens will be happy to know that this chicken coop is available for $89.99 from Costco.6 VacationPlanning a trip for when the pandemic is over? You can use Costco Travel to book vacation packages, hotels, and rental cars.7 CasketsIf you're in need of a casket for a deceased loved one, you can order a funeral casket from Costco. It's a bit of a random item for them to carry, but it's nice for members to know they can find a casket from the warehouse for under $1,000.For more, check out these 108 most popular sodas ranked by how toxic they are.
COVID-19 isn't the first pandemic in the history of the world, and it certainly won't be the last. In preparation for the next public health crisis, Dr. Anthony Fauci suggests we can use takeaways from the current coronavirus pandemic—what we have done right as well as wrong—to better arm us with the tools to combat those in the future. Here are crucial lessons of the coronavirus pandemic, permeated by humility, that Dr. Fauci revealed during a Harvard Medical School Grand Rounds session on Thursday. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.1 Don't Underestimate the Potential of a Pandemic "When you're experiencing an outbreak, don't ever, ever underestimate the potential of the pandemic. We've been through this before. Remember HIV. Five gay men, then 26 gay men, and then it's only a gay man's disease and then it's this and then it's that. And then fast-forward a few decades. You have 78 million people who have been infected, and 28, 30, 30-plus million have died. Don't ever estimate [an outbreak] as it evolves and don't try to look at the rosy side of things."2 Don't Administer Treatment Until It Is Proven Safe and Effective "Number two, we can do and should always do good, ethically sound, scientifically sound research during the outbreak. This idea of throwing everything to somebody because it's desperate doesn't work. It's gotten us into trouble with other diseases. So let's not forget the fact that although you want to get the best intervention to someone as quickly as possible, that there is a major role for ethically sound, controlled clinical trials. We have to do that."RELATED: COVID Mistakes You Should Never Make3 Adapt and Evolve When New Information Becomes Available "The other one is, getting back to the issue of humility …. We've really got to realize that, from day one, you don't know it all. And you've got to be flexible enough to change your recommendations, your guidelines, your policies, depending upon the information and the data as it evolves. If you look at what we knew in February compared to what we know now [about COVID-19], there really are a lot of differences. The role of masks, the role of aerosol, the role of indoor vs. outdoors, closed spaces. You've just got to be humble enough to realize that we don't know it all from the get-go and even as we get into it."4 Existing Healthcare Disparities Need to Be Addressed "And finally … if ever there is going to be a real incentive for us to now make a commitment to address the social determinants of health, it's got to be now. We've seen it with HIV. … We have 13% African Americans and close to 50% of new [COVID-19] infections in the United States are African Americans. We have 13% African Americans and now look at the number of hospitalizations with COVID with African Americans and Latinx. We have got to address that. This has to be a real eye-opener for us to do that." 5 How to Avoid COVID-19Fauci strongly recommends to wear your face mask and avoid crowds, social distance, only run essential errands, wash your hands frequently, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, once again don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Frozen dinners are no longer things reserved for an evening spent in front of the television. After 71 years on the market, they're now part of many American's weekly routines. And if we're being frank, it's because we're busier and lazier than ever. (Be honest with yourself: How many times have you bought something pre-made because you just simply didn't feel like cooking?)Yet while the freezer aisle has come a long way in improving the nutritional quality and taste of its offerings over the past few decades, it's still laden with fat traps waiting to assault your weight loss progress and good health. The worst part: Bad-for-you frozen dinners can be tricky to spot. Many brands that advertise themselves as healthy choices often don't provide enough calories or nutrients to be considered a wholesome meal—and then there are those dishes that are overflowing with salt, fat, calories, and chemicals, despite showing images of seemingly-innocent dishes on the packaging.To make it easier for you to pick a healthy frozen dinner, we scoured the supermarket shelves for the tastiest, most nutritionally-sound options. All of our picks fall between 200 and 500 calories, less than 15 grams of sugar, and serves up a fair share of protein and fiber. Not to mention, they're all made with quality ingredients and taste delicious, too. We've also called out some of the worst picks in the freezer aisle so you know which ones to avoid tossing into your grocery cart. Thanks to us, you won't have to waste time reading food labels in the coldest part of the grocery store. The best frozen dinners you can buy.These frozen dinner brands are low in calories, sodium, and preservatives while being rich in protein and whole foods.And for more healthy eating tips, here's What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day.1 Jafflz EnchiladaPer 1 pocket: 250 calories, 1.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 350 mg sodium, 40 g carbs, 9 g fiber, 5 g sugar, 19 g proteinLove the taste of Hot Pockets, but hate how high the sodium count is? Jafflz is a great alternative to that! You can get these "healthier" pockets in all different flavors including Sloppy Joe, Indian Curry, and Chicken Enchilada. Compared to a typical Hot Pocket, Jafflz has half the amount of sodium and double the amount of protein. Plus, no artificial preservatives! If you're trying to keep your sodium count low, watch out for these 21 Foods With More Sodium Than A Pack of Ramen.2 Kashi Sweet Potato Quinoa BowlPer 1 entrée: 270 calories, 6 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 280 mg sodium, 48 g carbs, 12 g fiber, 11 g sugar, 9 g proteinQuinoa bowls are all the rage right now—and it's easy to see why. They make it easy to mix and match healthy grains, produce, and proteins with a wide variety of flavors and spices. Plus, everything just looks more appetizing (read: Instagram-worthy) when it's served in a bowl. We're fans of this South American-inspired Kashi Sweet Potato Quinoa Bowl because it relies on meat-free proteins (black beans and red quinoa) instead of chicken or beef to boost its staying power. And considering all of us eat far too many animal products, it's always a win when there's an easy way to sneak in a meat-free meal without sacrificing important nutrients.3 Frontera Chicken&Chorizo Taco BowlPer 1 bowl: 290 calories, 8 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, 660 mg sodium, 35 g carbs, 7 g fiber, 6 g sugar, 19 g proteinCraving a burrito bowl for dinner? Skip the line (and the calories) and snag the Frontera Chicken&Chorizo Taco Bowl instead. Only 290 calories a serving and 660 milligrams of sodium, this bowl is packed with fiber and protein, and it's full of delicious flavor.4 Caulipower Uncured Turkey Pepperoni Cauliflower Crust PizzaPer 1/2 pizza: 380 calories, 16 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 940 mg sodium, 45 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 15 g proteinAlthough cauliflower crusts do have some carbohydrate in it—typically brown rice flour or tapioca flour—it certainly is a lot lower than other pizzas you would find in the frozen food aisle. This Caulipower Uncured Turkey Pepperoni Cauliflower Crust Pizza is a great choice when you're craving a slice of pepperoni but don't want to totally overdo it on your calorie budget. You can enjoy 1/2 of the pizza (that's right, half of it!) for just 380 calories, and a whopping 15 grams of protein. However, this pizza is slightly higher in sodium, so just make sure to keep your sodium count low for the rest of your meals throughout the day.5 Primal Kitchen Beef&Mushroom BowlPer 1 bowl: 250 calories, 7 g fat, 2.5 g saturated fat, 850 mg sodium, 24 g carbs, 5 g fiber, 8 g sugar, 24 g proteinIf you're in the mood for a bowl of beef stew, but don't feel like having to do all the laborious effort of making a stew yourself, Primal Kitchen has you covered. This Primal Kitchen Beef&Mushroom Bowl has 24 grams of protein and it's only 250 calories. It's paleo-friendly, doesn't have any added sugars, and works for those who need to avoid gluten, grains, or soy. Enjoy it with a big side salad for a well-rounded meal! Or if you really want to make it yourself, here's our Best-Ever Beef Stew in Red Wine Recipe.6 Birds Eye Fiesta Chicken BowlPer 1 bowl: 210 calories, 6 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 660 mg sodium, 22 g carbs, 7 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 17 g proteinAnother easy low-carb frozen dinner option! This Birds Eye Fiesta Chicken Bowl is made with cauliflower rice and topped with chicken, black beans, corn, and poblano peppers. Only 210 calories in a bowl with 15 net carbs and 17 grams of protein.7 Applegate Well Carved Organic Asian Style Pork MeatballsPer 1 serving: 220 calories, 16 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 470 mg sodium, 7 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 10 g proteinThese meatballs are packed with pork and vegetables, making it the perfect well-rounded meatball to easily cook up and add to a bowl of noodles—or zoodles! With these Applegate Well Carved Organic Asian Style Pork Meatballs, you get 1/4 cup of vegetables in every serving, and the ingredients are completely clean. They're dairy-free, gluten-free, and casein-free, and won't take you a ton of time to cook!8 Bell&Evans Gourmet Chicken BurgersPer 1 burger: 160 calories, 8 g fat, 2.5 g saturated fat, 420 mg sodium, 0 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 22 g proteinCraving burgers? You can easily throw one together with Bell&Evans Gourmet Chicken Burgers! Cook up this Bell&Evans Chicken Burger and to make it a full meal, throw it on a whole wheat bun with all of your favorite vegetable fixings. Or top it on a big salad!9 Evol Butternut Squash&Sage RavioliPer 1 bowl: 310 calories, 7 g fat, 3.5 g saturated fat, 650 mg sodium, 50 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 6 g sugar, 11 g proteinMade solely of ingredients you can pronounce, Evol Butternut Squash&Sage Ravioli is one of the cleanest and most wholesome pasta dishes in the freezer section. These vitamin A and protein-filled ravioli are stuffed with roasted butternut squash and ricotta cheese—topped with roasted tomatoes, kale, and a sage-garlic sauce. The result: a melt-in-your-mouth meal you'll crave time and time again.10 Alex's Awesome Sourdough Mushroom PizzaPer 1/2 pizza: 460 calories, 12 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 890 mg sodium, 69 g carbs, 11 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 20 g proteinAlex's Awesome Sourdough is the first company to put a frozen sourdough pizza crust on the market! While there are a few flavors to choose from—including a vegan Margherita—this Alex's Awesome Sourdough Mushroom Pizza caught our eye. It's great for your gut health, and provides you with 20 grams of protein and a whopping 11 grams of fiber for 1/2 a pizza!11 Amy's Vegan Mexican Casserole with CheezePer 1 bowl: 360 calories, 14 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 780 mg sodium, 51 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 4 g sugar, 8 g proteinFor all the vegans out there, Amy's Vegan Mexican Casserole with Cheeze is a great option on the market right now. Mixed with a delicious homemade sauce and organic corn masa, this casserole is comfort in a bowl for only 360 calories.12 Caulipower Spicy(ish) Chicken TendersPer serving: 110 calories, 1.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 390 mg sodium, 11 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 0 g sugar, 14 g proteinSkip the fried chicken wings and snag these frozen Caulipower Spicy(ish) Chicken Tenders instead! While a serving is only 110 calories, you could enjoy the whole bag for only 490 calories! Cook them in the oven and you can add them to sandwiches, slice them to sprinkle on a big salad, or simply enjoy on their own with a delicious homemade dipping sauce.13 Gorton's Natural Catch Lemon Pepper Grilled FilletsPer 1 fillet: 70 calories, 0.5 g fat, 0 g saturated fat, 320 mg sodium, 0 g carbs, 0 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 16 g proteinBuying (and cooking) fish doesn't have to be so complicated, especially with Gorton's line of grilled fillets. Gorton's Natural Catch Lemon Pepper Grilled Fillets are a great option for a quick dinner at home. Cook them up and enjoy with a side of roasted vegetables or even use it to make a sandwich on a whole grain bun.14 Deep Indian Kitchen Chicken Curry&Turmeric RicePer 1 bowl: 280 calories, 9 g fat, 1.5 g saturated fat, 450 mg sodium, 33 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 19 g proteinSweet and creamy coconut meets spicy in this frozen dinner that's ready in minutes but tastes like it was served in a local restaurant. It's rare to find a frozen dinner that's both low in sugar and sodium while being high in protein, and yet the Deep Indian Kitchen Chicken Curry&Turmeric Rice doesn't have to make any sacrifices for flavor.15 Julian's Egg White&Smoked Gouda Breakfast SandwichPer 1 sandwich: 240 calories, 14 g fat, 4 g saturated fat, 440 mg sodium, 17 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 6 g sugar, 13 g proteinBreakfast for dinner? Yes, please! This Julian's Egg White&Smoked Gouda Breakfast Sandwich is gluten-free, grain-free, and made with cage-free eggs. The calories are low (only 240!) as well as sodium and carbs. Plus, you're still getting 13 grams of protein in one sandwich!16 Realgood Foods Creamy CarbonaraPer 1 bowl: 300 calories, 18 g fat, 10 g saturated fat, 780 mg sodium, 15 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 5 g sugar, 19 g proteinSpiralized veggies in a frozen dinner? Yes, please! This Realgood Foods Creamy Carbonara slashes the carbs significantly when it's served on a bed of spiralized veggies. Enjoy a creamy carbonara with just 300 calories and 19 grams of protein! Just keep in mind the saturated fat does increase a bit because of the cream sauce in this meal, so keep that in mind the rest of the day.17 Healthy Choice Chicken Feta&FarroPer 1 bowl: 310 calories, 9 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, 600 mg sodium, 34 g carbs, 6 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 23 g proteinTake advantage of the nutritional benefit of farro (i.e. lots of plant-based fiber!) by choosing the Healthy Choice Chicken Feta&Farro Power Bowl. This bowl also has chickpeas, vegetables, and a garlic oregano sauce, making this frozen dinner a tasty and satisfying weeknight meal option!18 Performance Kitchen Creamy Cauliflower Mac&CheesePer 1 bowl: 350 calories, 10 g fat, 4 g saturated fat, 400 mg sodium, 56 g carbs, 4 g fiber, 2 g sugar, 11 g proteinNeed some mac and cheese? We get it, sometimes you just have those days, and Luvo's Performance Kitchen Creamy Cauliflower Mac&Cheese is a great way to satisfy your mac and cheese craving. This bowl is made with cauliflower and brown rice macaroni, topped with a butternut squash sauce with Monterey jack cheddar. It has 11 grams of protein, only 400 milligrams of sodium, and rounds out to just 350 calories a bowl. Talk about healthy!19 Evol Fire Grilled SteakPer 1 bowl: 400 calories, 18 g fat, 4 g saturated fat, 520 mg sodium, 40 g carbs, 8 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 20 g proteinMove over Chipotle, a new Mexican mouth fiesta has arrived—and it lives in your local grocery store! Made with antibiotic-free beef, fibrous black beans, rice, veggies, cheese, and a cilantro-lime pesto, this Evol Fire Grilled Steak bowl gives the Tex-Mex chain a real run for its money in terms of flavor and nutrition. Not only is a potent source of protein and fiber, but this Evol creation also provides 25 percent of the day's iron, a vital nutrient that up to 20 percent of women don't consume enough of.20 Kashi Black Bean Mango BowlPer 1 bowl: 310 calories, 8 g fat, 1 g saturated fat, 250 mg sodium, 55 g carbs, 12 g fiber, 11 g sugar, 9 g proteinThis filling Kashi Black Bean Mango Bowl entree is built on a bed of Kashi's Seven Whole Grains and Sesame pilaf, which is comprised of a nutritious mix of oats, brown rice, rye, hard red wheat, triticale, barley, buckwheat (one of the best carbs that will uncover your abs), and sesame seeds. Black beans and roasted onions, peppers, and carrots round out the dish and amp up the protein and fiber content. And thanks to the use of mango, ginger, and a host of other seasonings, Kashi is able to keep the sodium down to a respectable 380 milligrams, which is less than what you'd find in 1/4 teaspoon salt—a rarity in frozen food land.21 Lean Cuisine Marketplace Chicken with AlmondsPer 1 bowl: 290 calories, 5 g fat, 0.5 g saturated fat, 490 mg sodium, 44 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 13 g sugar, 16 g proteinIn response to declining sales, about a year ago, Nestle incorporated more "chef-inspired" dishes to the Lean Cuisine lineup. Their new Marketplace product line of frozen dinners include gluten- and preservative-free offerings, as well and many ethnic-inspired and protein-rich dishes. Honestly, some are nutritional hits and others aren't; but we found the Lean Cuisine Marketplace Chicken with Almonds offering to be pretty well rounded. It has 16 percent of your day's fiber and 25 percent of the day's protein. Its main downfalls, however, are that it's a bit light in the vitamins and calorie departments. To sneak in more nutrition, pair this meal with a spinach-based side salad or a cup of fresh fruit.22 Saffron Road Lemongrass&Basil ChickenPer 1 bowl: 310 calories, 8 g fat, 6 g saturated fat, 540 mg sodium, 43 g carbs, 1 g fiber, 7 g sugar, 16 g proteinThis gluten-free Thai-inspired dish features basmati rice and tender chicken that's been simmered in lemongrass- and basil-based green curry. To sneak in some extra vitamins, Saffron Road Lemongrass&Basil Chicken adds some green peppers and onions to the mix for a meal that tasters describe as "very flavorful" and having "just the right amount of heat with an excellent aroma."23 Amy's Brown Rice&VegetablesPer 1 bowl: 320 calories, 11 g fat, 1.5 g saturated fat, 590 mg sodium, 45 g carbs, 5 g fiber, 5 g sugar, 10 g proteinThis organic heat-and-eat Amy's Brown Rice&Vegetables dish gets our vote because it's filled with a plethora of veggies including, broccoli, carrots, spinach, mushrooms, and celery. Keep one of these frozen dinners on hand so you're always prepared with a Meatless Monday dish if your week gets off to a hectic start.24 Cedarlane Foods Eggplant ParmesanPer serving: 280 calories, 13 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 590 mg sodium, 26 g carbs, 3 g fiber, 13 g sugar, 13 g proteinCraving Italian? Skip the soggy zappable noodles (more on those later) and dig into this baked—not fried—Cedarlane Foods Eggplant Parmesan. Aside from the delicious, savory flavors, the addition of zucchini, peppers, onions, and cheese, join together to create a dish that serves up an impressive 35 percent of the day's vitamin A (a nutrient that bolsters immunity and keeps your peepers healthy) and 45 percent of the day's bone-building calcium.25 Saffron Road Lamb SaagPer 1 bowl: 340 calories, 13 g fat, 5 g saturated fat, 690 mg sodium, 38 g carbs, 2 g fiber, 3 g sugar, 18 g proteinMade with free-roaming lamb, this Indian-inspired Saffron Road Lamb Saag paneer platter fuses the flavors of spinach, ginger, paprika turmeric, and yogurt to create a protein-rich dish that tasters describe as "spectacular," "spiced to perfection," and "tender."Now that you know the best frozen dinners to grab, make sure to steer clear of The Unhealthiest Frozen Dinners—Ranked!.
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Imagine a world where you walk into Walmart and order a plate of sushi and a few beers to share with friends. For some Walmart shoppers, this could be a new reality.A Walmart Supercenter in Rogers, Arkansas (located in the Ozarks!) will be introducing an upscale sushi restaurant in their store soon. At the restaurant, shoppers will be able to choose from an assortment of hand-rolled sushi made by "highly-trained" sushi chefs as well as hot appetizers including dim sum and Asian chicken wings.Don't miss the 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.To wash down that crunchy shrimp roll, patrons will be able to order from a list of eight wines and 12 rotating beers on tap, some of which will be featured from a local brewery in town called Bike Rack Brewing Company. Not only will this restaurant tailor to your happy hour and dinner needs, but it will also satisfy your breakfast cravings as well. In the mornings, the establishment will serve healthy options including avocado toast, acai bowls, and smoothies. (Make sure you check out What Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Smoothie Every Day.)So, why put a sushi restaurant inside of a Walmart? Well, the concept isn't as random as it may appear. Walmart is partnering with Hissho Sushi and Craft Beer Bar to make this idea come to life, but this isn't the first time the grocery giant has worked with the nation's second-largest sushi provider. In fact, a few Walmart locations in Charlotte, North Carolina launched "Hissho on the Go" last year where shoppers can purchase pre-made sushi rolls to take home.Hissho has also partnered with Meijer and helped the grocery chain open its own sushi and craft beer bar inside one of its locations in Brighton, Michigan. However, that was before the pandemic hit. At this new Walmart restaurant, all 20 employees will be required to follow strict hand-washing and sanitation protocols. In addition, the restaurant will only be able to operate at half capacity with tables six feet apart and everyone will be required to wear a mask upon entry.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest grocery news delivered straight to your inbox.
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