Anti-Inflammatory Food Swaps

Replace some of the worst culprits in your diet with their anti-inflammatory counterparts with these simple swaps!

Anti-Inflammatory Food Swaps

Heart disease, diabetes, skin irritation, aches and pains – all of these things may be caused by out-of-control inflammation. While stress, lack of exercise and genetics can all cause chronic inflammation, a steady diet of sugars and processed food can do the same. Replace some of the worst culprits in your diet with their anti-inflammatory counterparts with these simple swaps!


Eat Walnut and Berries Instead of Cereal

Eat Walnut and Berries Instead of Cereal

While whole-grain cereals may seem like a good choice, they are still high in carbohydrates and can cause inflammatory blood sugar spikes. If you want to start your morning with something sweet and crunchy, eat some walnuts and berries. Walnuts are full of healthy, anti-inflammatory fats while the berries are full of natural sugars.

3 Dos & Don'ts for Microwaving Popcorn

Microwave guru chef Matt Abdoo has his three tips for making the best, fluffiest and perfectly cooked popcorn.

Microwave popcorn is one of the best snacks! But sometimes it's difficult to get that perfect bowl. So microwave guru chef Matt Abdoo has his three tips for making the best, fluffiest and perfectly cooked popcorn.

DON'T USE THE POPCORN BUTTON

As tempting and easy as it may be, don't fall for the "Popcorn" button on your microwave. Not all microwaves are made the same, so they won't cook your bag the same way either. And there's no sensor to determine when the bag is ready, so it'll just keep cooking your popcorn until the set amount of time finishes.

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