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Quinoa Month

Healthy Quinoa Month Recipes

It’s Quinoa Month, so it’s the perfect time to make the most of the protein-packed grain with these healthy quinoa recipes.

Whip up this 5-Minute Savory Breakfast Quinoa for a hearty, filling breakfast.

5-minute Savory Breakfast Quinoa


Skip takeout tonight with these tasty Chicken Quinoa Burrito Bowls.

Chicken Quinoa Burrito Bowls
Image and Recipe via Gimme Some Oven


Sweet Potato Quinoa Bites are a perfect snack on-the-go, especially for your little ones.

Healthy Sweet Potato Quinoa Bites


Bake a batch of Skinny Pumpkin Quinoa Muffins and skip the expensive coffee-shop pastry.

Skinny Pumpkin Quinoa Muffins


This warm Chicken Quinoa Soup is a great pick-me-up for sick or rainy days.

Chicken Quinoa Soup


Skip the candy bars at the store and treat yourself with Quinoa Chocolate Crunch Bars.

Quinoa Chocolate Crunch Bars
Image and Recipe via Rachl Mansfield


Add some protein to your pizza night with this Ultimate Quinoa Pizza Crust.

Recipe Remake: The Ultimate Quinoa Pizza Crust

Brain Injury Awareness Month

Brain Injury Awareness Month

It’s Brain Injury Awareness Month, and every 9 seconds, someone sustains a brain injury. Learn more about brain injuries.

Brain Injuries


Acquired brain injuries (ABIs) are ones that aren’t hereditary or from a degenerative disease. These can be caused by infection, electric shocks, nearly drowning, stroke, seizures, tumors, substance abuse, and overdose. 

Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are from a trauma to the brain, and every day, 137 people die of TBI-related injuries. At least 5.3 million Americans live with a TBI-related disability.

Traumatic Brain Injuries


Opioid addictions and overdoses can cause permanent brain injuries and disabilities.

Opioids and Brain Injuries


Strokes are brain injuries that can permanently alter your life. Learn more about preventing strokes.

Preventing Strokes


Concussions are brain injuries, and without treatment, they can cause serious problems. But a better way to detect them might be on the way.

Concussions' Effects on the Brain


More than 13,000 service members and veterans are diagnosed with TBIs, and knowing the signs is key to getting help.

Military and Vet Brain Injuries

Healthy Chocolate Recipes

Healthy Chocolate Recipes

It’s American Chocolate Week, and you don’t have to break your healthy diet to enjoy it with these healthy chocolate recipes.

Whip up a simple and indulgent Greek Yogurt Chocolate Mousse that will impress anyone.

Greek Yogurt Chocolate Mousse


These tasty No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Bars are the perfect kid-friendly treat.

Healthy No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Bars (Vegan, Gluten Free)


This Chocolate Banana Frozen Yogurt Bark is a cool, refreshing treat when you’re craving ice cream.

Chocolate Banana Frozen Yogurt Bark


Chocolate Quinoa Cake is a great replacement for your sugary boxed-cake mix.

Chocolate Quinoa Cake


Treat yourself with these beautiful Raw Chocolate Raspberry Slices.

Raw Chocolate Raspberry Slices
Image and Recipe via Frankie’s Feast


Skip the candy bar with these healthy and easy Chocolate Coconut Balls.

Healthy Chocolate Coconut Balls


Skinny Double Chocolate Banana Muffins are a great way to start your morning if you have a sweet tooth.

Skinny Double Chocolate Banana Muffins

Healthy Radicchio Recipes

Healthy Radicchio Recipes

This week, we’re helping you get ready for spring by featuring in-season, healthy radicchio recipes.

First up is an easy Radicchio, Avocado, Chicken, Grape, and Hazelnut Salad.

Raddichio, Avocado, Chicken, Grape and Hazelnut Salad with Balsamic Honey Vinaigrette


­Whip up these simple Quesadillas with Apple, Radicchio & Pomegranate for a healthy app.

Fall Quesadillas with Apple, Radicchio & Pomegranate


Grilled Radicchio, Summer Squashes, and Scallions go great with fish or chicken for a healthy dinner.

Grilled Radicchio, Summer Squashes, and Scallions
Image and Recipe via Martha Stewart


These Tuna and White Bean Radicchio Lettuce Wraps make the perfect light lunch.

Tuna and White Bean Radicchio Lettuce Wraps
Image and Recipe via Brook Lark


Fig, Green Bean, and Radicchio Salad with Hazelnuts is a surprisingly delicious combination.

Fig, Green Bean, and Radicchio Salad with Hazelnuts
Image and Recipe via Gourmande in the Kitchen


Radicchio, Pear, Gorgonzola, Pomegranate, and Walnut Salad is a tasty lunch or pre-dinner salad.

Radicchio, Pear, Gorgonzola, Pomegranate, and Walnut Salad


This beautiful Pumpkin Ricotta Gnocchi with Pancetta and Seared Radicchio will impress guests.

Pumpkin Ricotta Gnocchi with Pancetta and Seared Radicchio
Image and Recipe via Yummly

National Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness Month

National Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness Month

It’s National Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Awareness Month, and in recent years, chronic fatigue syndrome has been recognized as a serious chronic disease.

Wondering what it’s like to live with chronic fatigue syndrome? This article dives into it.

Living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Signs and symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome include fatigue and extreme exhaustion, loss of memory or concentration, headaches, restless sleep, unexplained joint or muscle pain, and enlarged lymph nodes.

Signs of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


People who have chronic fatigue syndrome can be hypersensitive to even normal exercise and activity and can experience extreme exhaustion more than 24 hours after activity.

Sensitivity to Exercise and Activity


Some people’s chronic fatigue syndrome may be triggered by things like viral infections, immune system problems, and hormonal imbalances.

Viral Infection Trigger


It is more likely to affect you if you are in your 40s or 50s, are a woman, of have difficulty managing stress. Learn more.

Your Risk of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome can increase or contribute to depression, work absences, social isolation, or restrictions on your lifestyle.

Complications of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Healthy Meal Prep Recipes

Healthy Meal Prep Recipes

To help you better manage your time this month, we’re featuring fast and healthy meal prep recipes for easy lunches and dinners when you need them most.

First up is Sausage with Summer Squash, which will make you think of summer cookouts.

Sausage with Summer Squash
Image and Recipe via Meal Prep Mondays


These Quick & Easy Chicken Spring Roll Jars are the perfect grab-and-go lunches.

Quick & Easy Chicken Spring Roll Jars


Make these Salsa Verde Taco Meal Prep Bowls ahead and skip the takeout.

Salsa Verde Taco Meal Prep Bowls Easy


These delicious Honey Sriracha Glazed Meatballs are probably way better for you than those wings you’ve been craving.

Honey Sriracha Glazed Meatballs


This beautiful One-Pan Baked Cod & Veggies is the perfect weeknight dinner.

One Pan Baked Cod & Veggies


Vietnamese Beef and Riced Veggies will sneak in the veggies for your family.

Vietnamese Beef and Riced Veggies
Image and Recipe via Aimee Mars


Comfort food is on the menu with this Sun-Dried Tomato Chickpea One-Pot Pasta.

Sun Dried Tomato Chickpea One Pot Pasta (Meal Prep)

National Time Management Month

National Time Management Month

It’s National Time Management Month, and we have tips and tricks to help you improve your time management skills.

Prioritize and learn to say no. Each day, prioritize what needs to happen in your private and professional life. When you don’t have time for things outside those priorities, politely refuse to add more to those.

Schedule your time and set deadlines. Use a planner or digital calendar to keep track of your obligations. Use it to schedule blocks of time for things you need to get done, like grocery shopping, and stick to it like you would a deadline.

Schedule Your Time


Delegate tasks. Let co-workers help with work, and if you need help picking up the dry-cleaning or getting the kids to practice, ask friends and family for help.

Learn to Delegate Tasks


Make to-do lists. Whether they’re online, on an app, or written down, a to-do list for the day can help make managing your work or personal life easier. And they give you a sense of accomplishment as you finish things.

Using To-Do Lists


Avoid multi-tasking whenever possible. Even people who are great at multi-tasking can get big projects done faster and more efficiently when they’re allowed to focus. Give yourself the time to focus on the big stuff.

Avoid Multi-Tasking


Start early, and avoid procrastination. Starting the day early helps you make a plan for the day. And by starting with your toughest work first, the rest of the day will feel easier in comparison.

Avoid Procrastination


Take breaks and rest. Too much stress can take a toll on your productivity, so go for a walk or stop and get some hot tea whenever you feel tired or stressed. And rest to avoid exhaustion, which hurts your productivity in the long run.

Time to Unwind