A Few Food Network Articles For You!

If you follow me on social media, then you will know that I am a HUGE fan of the Food Network – the television channel, the magazine, the online content, all of it! Besides my mother, the Food Network has taught me the most about cooking and entertaining. I follow them religiously on social media and email and often share out theΒ articles and recipes that I find of particular interest and benefit.

Recently, the Healthy Eating division of Food Network’s website has shared a few great articles regarding health in relation to food. I’ve shared them on social, but thought I’d also list them here for anyone scrolling through Johnny La Pasta hoping to find such tid bits of information. Click on the highlighted text to click through to the articles.

  1. 10 Foods That Are Healthier Than You Think – a quick read on different foods and dishes that actually have more healthy qualities than you might have thought before. AKA an excuse to eat more peanut butter!
  2. How Much Added Sugar Are You Really Eating – a short and sweet, no pun intended, piece that puts into perspective just how much added sugar is really in some of those grocery store choices. This is a quick readers digest, for more, try watching Fed Up and enjoy the horrors of the American food system πŸ™‚
  3. How to Roast Spaghetti Squash – a step by step how-to for making spaghetti squash as a replacement for traditional spaghetti. I love this. I am planning to use Spaghetti Squash more this season.

I love that Food Network makes information so readily available for us foodies and health nuts. I’ll keep you guys posted with more great article finds.

If you read the articles, what do you think? Did you learn anything?

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