Did you know that cabbage is in the same family as broccoli, cauliflower and kale? It's LOADED with vitamins and minerals. Here is a list of some,
Fiber, Vitamins K, C, A and B6, Folate, Manganese, Calcium, Potassium and Magnesium. Also, Iron and Riboflavin and powerful antioxidants.
Low in calories, high in nutrition, why wouldn't you want to add cabbage to your regular meal plans?
Here we are, entering Fall with a super tasty and filling soup that we just can't get enough of.
It's affordable and easy to make.
It's a great recipe you may want to add to your Sunday Food Prep for the upcoming week. Would you like to try it? Well, lets do this!
First, you will want to dice your onion and carrots.
Then, turn your stove on to a medium setting, add your oil first and place the onions and carrots into the pot. Stir it around a few times as it cooks.
While those are cooking, you can chop your celery and cabbage.
Just as the onions are turning translucent, you can add the Chicken broth and water. Bring this to a boil. Now, add the celery and cabbage and stir it all together. (You may need to turn the temperature down to medium low.) Cover and let it simmer for about 15 minutes.
Meanwhile, you can chop up the chicken.
Once the 15 minutes is up, carefully lift the lid and add the chicken and your seasonings. (The amounts are up to you and your tastebuds) Cover and simmer another 15 to 20 minutes.
That's it! You can taste it to see if you need any additional seasoning or if it's to your liking, time to serve it up!
Once you have it in your bowls, now you can sprinkle the chopped chives or green onions.
Time to Eat! :0)
The breakdown below is for the FULL recipe. You can divide it into any size servings you want :0)
A LOW Carb and HIGH Protein Pizza? Is it possible? Yes, yes it is. Come and find out how easy it is too.
Got a tough workout ahead? A big day hiking, camping, traveling or even say yard/gardening work? Need a quick "pick me up" for those days where you are on the run but still health conscious? Here is a perfect "energy" bar to help you out.
Not only is cardio a good way to supplement a consistent workout routine, it's an awesome way to disconnect and unwind. But what kind of cardio is right for you? Let’s go over two popular forms and the pros and cons of each.