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The freezer is hands-down one of the most important parts of any kitchen. It's the appliance that many might not think twice about, as it's always there, attached to your fridge, housing any frozen fruits for those morning smoothies, alongside those bags of frozen veggies. But your freezer really does a great service, as it allows you to store sauces and even full meals you prepared in advance for quite some time. That's why we want to fill you in on the one food you'll want to make sure never makes it way into your freezer.See, while there are plenty of great freezer foods out there, there's are just as many that if you happen to come across as you're walking down the freezer aisle in the supermarket, you should just leave it alone and keep it moving. (And to help keep you on track, go ahead and try out any of these 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time!)So, what exactly is the worst freezer food you shouldn't ever buy?Peanut Butter Ice CreamPeanut butter and ice cream are a truly heavenly combination for your tastebuds. Sadly, it's just bad news for your waistline.Ice cream is obviously not really the healthiest of snack options, but peanut butter actually has plenty of health benefits that perfectly justify why it's a staple in your diet. (As long as you stick to those recommended serving sizes!) So peanut butter ice cream would seem like a not-so-bad option. But no so fast. See, if you take a look at the nutrition breakdown of these pints, you'll see they're high in calories, fat, and sugar.Take for example Ben&Jerry's beloved Peanut Butter Cup flavor. One container serves up 1,400 calories, 98 grams of fat, 54 grams of saturated fat, 550 milligrams of sodium, and 96 grams of sugar, 76 of which are added. Keep in mind that The American Heart Association recommends men should consume no more than 36 grams of added sugar per day, and women shouldn't have more than 25 grams per day.And this flavor is not the only culprit. Tillamook's Double Nutty Peanut Butter ice cream comes in at more than 1,3o0 calories per pint, and a whopping 102 grams of fat. It has more sugar in one pint than you would get if you ate eight Original Glazed Krispy Kreme donuts! Then there's Häagen-Dazs' Peanut Butter Salted Fudge ice cream. This has as many calories as two McDonald's Quarter Pounders with cheese.Essentially, foods that are high fat and sugar like ice cream can have negative impacts if they're eaten often. It's no secret that tons of studies have linked high sugar consumption with weight gain. This weight gain from these highly sugary foods then puts you at a much greater risk of developing more serious conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and even cancer. Plus, a review in the journal Nutrients found that saturated fat and high-sugar diets can actually harm your cognitive skills and memory. Big yikes.So the moral of the story here? You'll want to keep your freezer free of these scary offenders. And peanut butter ice cream shouldn't find its way on your food shopping list.Looking for more helpful tips? Your ultimate restaurant and supermarket survival guide is here!
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Let's be honest here. The idea that you should choose one fruit over the other is actually kind of silly. There are a ton of health benefits to eating fruit on a regular basis—especially a variety of fruits. However, if you're looking for the best fruit to eat that will provide you with all kinds of nutrients in one serving, the answer would have to be raspberries. Why? Because raspberries are by far the best fruit to eat in terms of its high amount of dietary fiber.Here are a few of the reasons why raspberries are the best fruit to eat, and if you're looking for more healthy eating tips, check out our list of 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time.Raspberries have the highest amount of dietary fiber.First, let's take a look at the nutritional breakdown. If you eat 1 cup of raspberries on a daily basis, you will get 8 grams of fiber—which is 32% of the daily value you need. The dietary reference intake (DRI) for fiber is 25 grams for women and 38 grams for men. Given that the average American only gets around 10 to 15 grams of fiber today, swapping out your banana with a cup of raspberries in your morning bowl of yogurt will bump your fiber intake significantly with minimal effort.Why is fiber important? For quite a few reasons. Fiber can help flush out the toxins in your body. It can help with your gut health and inflammation, which can result in autoimmune diseases later down the line. And it can even help you to lose weight.Raspberries are high in fiber, as well as blackberries! They both have 8 grams of fiber per cup, so if you need to pack in more fiber to your diet, both of these fruits are great options. However, if you're not getting enough fiber, here's What Happens When You Don't Eat Enough Fiber.Raspberries are packed with nutrients.54% of your DRI for Vitamin C, to be exact. Plus, raspberries are high in manganese (41% DRI), vitamin K (12% DRI), and also contain iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, thiamine, calcium, zinc, as well as vitamins E, A, and B6. Talk about really packing in the nutrients in a small bowl!Raspberries are also incredibly high in antioxidants, which according to Healthline, are important for the health of your cells that fight oxidative stress. High oxidative stress is linked to all kinds of diseases like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.Plus, antioxidants have been proven to have anti-aging properties. So if you have pair raspberries with this one breakfast food to eat for a longer life, you are truly reaping the benefits!What about other berries?While numerous other berries—like blueberries and strawberries—are popular staples in grocery carts, the overall health benefit you would get from these berries wouldn't be the same. Blueberries are a great source of the same nutrients but don't provide nearly as much fiber (3.6 grams). Strawberries are lower in calories and incredibly high in vitamin C, but again, the fiber content isn't as strong (3 grams).Again, eating all kinds of fruits is good for you. While the raspberry is certainly a supreme fruit for your health, eating a variety of fruits can ensure that you're getting all kinds of vitamins and nutrients in your diet. The only reason raspberries would be a great option—and why we titled it the best fruit to eat—because of the amount of fiber you would get from it.Clever ways to add raspberries to your diet.If we've convinced you to eat more raspberries (yay!), here are a few tricks and recipes to get you started.Top them on your bowl of oatmeal or Greek yogurt.Blend them up in a smoothie, like this Raspberry-Peach Swirled Smoothie.Bake them into dessert with these Easy Fudgy Raspberry Brownies.Melt them down in a saucepan to make a warm jam to top on these Flaxseed Buttermilk Pancakes.Swap out the jelly and use smashed raspberries in your PB&J instead.Toss them into a salad.Stuff a chocolate chip into each raspberry for a clever sweet snack.Top on a slice of toast with cottage cheese. It's one of our favorite toast combinations!Enjoy them simply as a side with your breakfast plate.Now that we've convinced you to eat more raspberries, for even more healthy eating tips, be sure to sign up for our newsletter!
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Whether you're stocking up on shelf-stable foods during the pandemic or you just want to have something on hand for the days you don't feel like cooking, canned food is a pantry staple. Some canned options, like tuna or beans, can be included in healthy recipes. Others, like canned soup, are often loaded with sodium and preservatives.And while it's hard to imagine a grocery store without the canned-food aisle, not everything that comes in a tin has stood the test of time. Here are some of the most outrageous discontinued canned foods that have ever existed.And for more, don't miss these 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback. 1 Pudding in a Can Before Snack Packs came in plastic cups, lunchbox pudding cups were served in cans in the 1970s.RELATED: Sign up for our newsletter to get daily recipes and food news in your inbox! 2 Pumpkin Spice Spam This was a limited-edition flavor that came out in 2019. And while Pumpkin Spice Spam sounds pretty horrifying, it apparently sold out in a matter of hours!RELATED: Your ultimate restaurant and supermarket survival guide is here! 3 Progresso Soups To be clear, you'll still see Progresso's canned soups at the store—there just won't be as many options as there were before the pandemic. In July, Bloomberg reported that Progresso has cut 40 types of soup from its offerings. And while the full list of discontinued flavors isn't available, it might include one of your favorites. 4 Smurfs Chef Boyardee Chef Boyardee is still on store shelves, but the Smurfs version is a thing of the past. 5 Campbell's Pepper Pot Soup Campbell's discontinued this soup years ago, but you can still find plenty of recipes for Philadelphia pepper pot soup on food blogs. We love this pepper pot soup recipe from The Spruce Eats. 6 Franco American Macaroni and Cheese Canned mac and cheese may not sound appetizing to you. But in some circles, there's serious nostalgia for this canned delicacy. 7 Trader Joe's Vegetable Chili We have it on good authority that Trader Joe's has discontinued several of its chili offerings, including the fan-favorite veggie chili. Fortunately, you can still get vegan chili cans from Amy's Organic. 8 Whistles&Daisys These snack crackers, released at the same time as Bugles in the 1960s, came in cans as well as in boxes (and yes, they were spelled Daisys and not Daisies). Shaped like flowers and train-conductor whistles, they didn't stand the test of time, although Bugles are still around today. 9 Dinty Moore Meatball Stew You can still find Dinty Moore beef stew, but you'd be hard-pressed to find the meatball version of this canned Hormel classic.For more, check out these 108 most popular sodas ranked by how toxic they are.
Practicing hand hygiene is one of the five or six fundamentals in preventing COVID-19, according to health experts, including Dr. Anthony Fauci. While the majority of Americans are washing their hands more than ever, according to a new study courtesy of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are some people who are less inclined to partake in the germ-killing ritual. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.White Men Can't Jump…or Wash HandsAccording to the CDC study, based on data collected from Porter Novelli Public Services, white people, men and young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 are less likely to wash their hands. The data involved 3,600 people pre-pandemic in October 2019 and then 4,000 in June 2020, as the virus was surging in many parts of the country. Researchers reported "statistically significant increases in reported handwashing" during the time period, finding that in general, people were about twice as likely to wash hands in certain situations, including after coughing or sneezing and before eating. "In June 2020, more U.S. adults reported remembering to wash their hands after coughing, sneezing, or blowing their nose, before eating in a restaurant, before eating at home, and after using the bathroom at home compared with responses in October 2019," they write in the study. "The most substantial increases were in the percentages of those remembering to wash their hands after experiencing respiratory symptoms. Despite these increases, however, fewer than 75% of respondents reported remembering to wash their hands after having respiratory symptoms, before eating in a restaurant, and before eating at home."RELATED: 7 New COVID Symptoms Reported by DoctorsThey're Harming Others By Not Doing SoMost interesting about the study, is that "Men, young adults aged 18–24 years, and non-Hispanic White (White) adults were less likely to remember to wash hands in multiple situations," researchers pointed out. "In both 2019 (pre-pandemic) and 2020 (during the pandemic), higher percentages of older adults, women, Black persons, and Hispanic persons reported remembering to wash their hands in multiple situations than did young adults, men, and white adults," the new study said. "Because older adults, Black persons, and Hispanic persons have been disproportionately affected by COVID-19, engagement in preventive behaviors by these persons is particularly important.""Public health efforts should promote frequent handwashing for all, with attention to tailoring messaging to men, young adults, and non-Hispanic White adults," encourages the CDC. "Particular focus should be placed on encouraging handwashing at important times such as before eating and after experiencing respiratory symptoms." As for yourself: To get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
Cacao + sugar + a few other things = a food we all know and love: chocolate. It is commonly known that a diet high in chocolate candy can be bad for your health because of the high amount of sugar. But that isn't the only thing making chocolate potentially harmful to your health. Although cacao is a natural ingredient derived from seeds, it can also carry some toxic properties.This is because of the soil the potentially toxic ingredient in chocolate is grown in.Much of the world's cacao trees are located in Latin America. Here there are more traces of cadmium, a metal that can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and even kidney disease, according to the CDC. A team of researchers from Ecuador and Belgium is now looking to develop ways to reduce the amount of cadmium that ultimately ends up in cacao beans, according to a new report in the Journal of Environmental Quality."The cadmium issue threatens the livelihood of farmers because their products may not be suitable for trade and some buyers would prefer not to buy polluted cacao beans," says David Argüello, a member of the research team. "In order to find an effective mitigation strategy, we have to understand how cacao plants takes up the element." (For ways to eat cleaner, here are the 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time.)They found that typical methods of removing cadmium from the soil don't work on cacao trees. This is because their roots are deep. Other plants, like corn, sunflowers, and more, live closer to the surface. In between harvesting and planting, mixing the soil digs up even deepest layers. A common way to remove cadmium from the soil is adding in an element found in limestone, simply called lime. This lime (not the citrus fruit) helps prevent plants from absorbing cadmium. Soil mixing allows lime to reach all the layers of soil it needs to.The soil around cacao tree roots can't be mixed up and treated with lime because they aren't replanted every year. In an experiment, lime was added to both the top and deeper layers of soil containing cacao seeds in a greenhouse. The team of researchers found fewer amounts of the harmful metal in the leaves. While successful, the process can't be done on cacao trees in the field. But, it opens doors to finding a permanent solution in the future.In the meantime, limiting your candy intake is the best way to avoid the toxic ingredient in chocolate. One chocolate lover gave it up altogether, and found it helped this one thing significantly.For more health and food news, sign up for our daily newsletter!
Due to the fact that the majority of people who are infected with COVID-19 don't ever experience symptoms, it can be difficult to determine whether or not someone is contagious. Unlike other illnesses, just because someone looks or feels good, they can still infect others with coronavirus. During a Thursday interview with MSNBC, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's go-to infectious disease expert revealed the secret to knowing if you are still able to spread the virus. Read on, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Trump "Looks Good" But You Never KnowWhen asked about President Donald Trump's health after testing positive for the virus last week, Fauci revealed that answer is complicated. "He certainly looks good and apparently feels good," he said. "One of the issues that we all have to be aware [of], and his physicians are aware of this, is that the history of COVID-19 is that you could look and feel like you're doing reasonably well. And after a couple of days, you could have a downturn, namely having a reversal. That's possible. The chances of that happening, I don't know as good as he looks, I don't think that's going to happen, but I don't know, but you have to be heads up that it might happen."And, even though he has received treatment and feels better, he is likely still in the infectious stage of the virus. Why? Infectiousness has less to do with how someone feels and more to do with science. RELATED: 11 Symptoms of COVID You Never Want to GetThere's One Way to Prove Someone is Not Contagious "The general guideline from the CDC says that 10 days from the onset of symptoms you can essentially consider someone non-infectious," he points out. One way to "definitively" prove that someone is no longer capable of spreading the virus is via "two negative PCR tests, 24 hours apart.""So if the president goes 10 days without symptoms and they do the tests that we were talking about, then you can make the assumption based on good science that he is not infected," Fauci continued. "But you just have to wait and make sure you go through those particular benchmarks that are delineated in the CDC guidelines." As for yourself, avoid crowds, social distance, only run essential errands, wash your hands frequently, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
If you're a die-hard McDonald's breakfast fan, we've got some good news. While the burger chain hasn't chimed in on the speculations that it won't be bringing back all-day breakfast (a silence which many are taking as confirmation of the devastating news), they just revealed new all-day menu additions that could take its place. And not only are these sweet treats here to breathe new, scrumptious life into your morning routine, they're also the first pastry items to be added to the McDonald's menu in almost a decade.The chain announced this week they'll be adding three new items to their McCafé Bakery lineup: the Apple Fritter, Blueberry Muffin, and Cinnamon Roll. The pastries will be available all day at nationwide locations starting Oct. 28. (Related: 9 Restaurant Chains That Closed Hundreds of Locations This Summer.)While McDonald's lunch and dinner sales recovered from the impact of the pandemic much more quickly, the company's breakfast segment took a plunge as Americans began working from home. The subsequent move to discontinue all-day breakfast in March was met with disapproval from customers, but franchises welcomed the long-awaited change which increased productivity and speed of their kitchens.The chain has kept mum on the future of all-day breakfast, but the new all-day pastries seem to be a peace offering meant to provide customers with an alternative. Not to mention, it gives McDonald's a potential edge over chains competing for recovering breakfast traffic, like Wendy's and Taco Bell which have both expanded their breakfast menus this year."We know our customers deserve a break now more than ever, and are excited to give them another reason to visit their favorite breakfast destination by offering delicious flavors they crave, any time of the day," read an official statement signed by Linda VanGosen, vice president of brand and menu strategy at McDonald's.The new pastry items join two other baked goods currently on the McCafé menu, the Chocolate Chip Cookie and Apple Pie.McDonald's started experimenting with sweet baked goods in 1970, when Pittsburg, PA–based franchise owner Jim Delligatti added sweet rolls and doughnuts to his restaurants' menus. The innovation took off and a nationwide breakfast was rolled out in 1977. It included the Egg McMuffin, hotcakes, toasted English muffin, scrambled eggs, sausage, hash browns, and Danish.By 1986, McDonald's was serving one in every four American breakfasts not made at home.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
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