If your salt and pepper shakers are the only seasonings that have seen the light of day in recent weeks, it’s time to step up your game with homemade seasoning blends. They’ll soon become your secret weapon to making healthy, mouth-watering meals in a flash.
Jicama dickory dock. Eat this root vegetable — it’s not a rock. Chop it up and see How tasty it can be, Especially when you serve it with guac. Pronounced HEE-ka-ma, this unassuming tuber might be something you stroll right by in the produce section of your grocery store without
Whether you call it intermittent fasting, time-restricted eating, circadian-rhythm fasting or simply skipping breakfast, reducing the number of hours you eat in a day has been gaining in popularity over the past decade. It has been cited as a strategy to lose weight, control blood sugar, reduce the risk of
Injustice in the food system – I’ve put off blogging about this for too long for a couple of reasons — 1) it’s far too broad a topic to adequately tackle in one blog and 2) for fear of the discomfort it may cause people, myself included, as I want
Why all the fuss about hydration? H2O helps regulate body temperature, transports nutrients throughout the body and cushions joints. Not only that, but it is essential for flushing waste products and toxins from the body. Environmental pollutants, household chemicals, alcohol, medications and end products from your body’s natural chemical reactions
Spring is the time of plans and projects. ― Leo Tolstoy With all of the adapting you’ve done and adjustments you’ve made due to COVID-19, you may not have had a chance to appreciate that spring is in the air. Last Friday was the first day of spring, the season
Whether you are a regimented breakfast eater, a breakfast skipper or fall somewhere in between, we could all use some new ideas for breaking our overnight fast with something besides a pastry, a bowl of cereal or a bagel. All too often people grab what is most convenient during their
Who says that holidays have to be stuffed with belly-stuffing traditions? While the average American gains about one to two pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, weight gain, indigestion and post-meal sluggishness do not have to be on your wish list.
Most people buy carrots, beets, turnips and radishes to eat the roots of these vegetables, but they often come with the tops still attached. Loaded with B vitamins, vitamin K, potassium and fiber, it is a shame to throw the greens in the trash. So, what should you do with
If you sometimes sneak in a quick dinner while driving your kids to practice or a hold a sandwich in your left hand while typing the last few lines of your project with your right, then you are no stranger to distracted eating. Or maybe the big surprise ending to