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The first non-aerosol trigger sprayer designed especially for spritzing foods and cooking surfaces with oils or vinegars of your choice.

This oil sprayer, discovered by The Grommet, is the first non-aerosol trigger sprayer designed especially for spritzing foods and cooking surfaces.

83 Healthy Recipe Substitutions

83 Healthy Recipe Substitutions -- We're always looking for ways to make our favorite foods healthier without sacrificing flavor. That's why we've compiled a list of our top ingredient swaps, guaranteed to make that next meal a delicious, healthier hit.

Single Sheet Pan Parmesan Crusted Salmon with Roasted Broccoli - everything is roasted together on one pan so clean up is a breeze! It's healthy and it tastes incredible!

Single Sheet Pan Parmesan Crusted Salmon with Roasted Broccoli - everything is roasted together on one pan so clean up is a breeze! It's healthy and it tastes incredible! > Use almond flour or LC breadcrumbs

Losing Weight

Apples to Pears body shapes. Pears are marginally better off health wise. It's way worse to carry your weight in the middle. Definitely a pear.

Nutrition 101: Eat To Burn Fat... Pretty sweet hit list of the "15 best" fat-burning foods with a quick rundown on the science behind each... One of the better ones I've seen out there.

Nutrition Eat To Burn Fat Your one-week, fat-burning meal plan, plus the 15 bet fat burning foods

Healthy Eats

This pin tells you the top 10 best and worst foods for health and longevity. It shows you what to eat to keep a healthy and happy body.

Research has shown that adding red pepper (capsaicin) to food acts as an appetite suppressant by reducing the desire to eat. Research results reveal that eating red pepper also reduces protein and fat consumption. Read the full-length article: Cayenne for Weight Loss  Apples are low in calories and together with the fiber content make them an excellent snack to curb your hunger.

Research has shown that adding red pepper (capsaicin) to food acts as an appetite suppressant by reducing the desire to eat. Results reveal that eating red pepper also reduces protein and fat consumption