Charged with protecting the health and welfare of Americans, the FDA has just approved the first ever genetically modified animal to be sold in American supermarkets – salmon. Worse yet – you won’t have the benefit of knowing, as the salmon is not required to be GMO labeled.
Vegan Thanksgiving Foodies: Easy, delish & healthy recipes to celebrate your holiday!
Starting your day with a healthy breakfast is one of the best things you can do for your body. These are some of the easiest breakfast recipes to whip up in the morning and they are all as delicious as they are good for you, too. These recipes are so great I won’t fault you for wanting to eat them for lunch and dinner, too.
Every time I hear someone claim that eating vegan is just too expensive, it really makes me wonder where he or she is shopping. Because I have shopped as a meat-eater, vegetarian and vegan, and without a doubt, the cheapest choice for my budget came when choosing vegan.
March/April and September/October are the months generally chosen for this type of deep cleansing, but it can be done at other times during the year, as well. I highly recommend looking into panchakarma treatment if you are dealing with serious health issues, especially those of a chronic nature.
But because cleansing for most of us is something we need to ease ourselves into, I want to focus today on sharing some easy tips that you can do yourself to help clean your system of toxins, give your digestion a rest, and reset your digestive fire.
Mother Nature knows that Kapha Season (late winter-early spring) is the best time for cleansing. She wisely provides us with the foods/herbs that naturally work to detoxify the body after a long winter of eating heavier, fattier and often sugar-laden foods.
If we don’t rid the body of excess fat and mucus at this time, it will rebel. Spring colds, stomach upset and lung congestion are all signs of excess mucus.
Eating habits are changing across the country and food companies are struggling to keep up. If they are to survive changes in eating habits, they need a fundamental shift in their approach.
This soup will not only warm you up and boost your nutrition, it’ll give you a nice energy boost, too. And here’s a secret: kale’s flavor gets sweeter after it’s been exposed to a frost, making winter the ideal time to eat it. When the temperatures drop you might not feel like eating a raw kale salad, but what about a bowl of warm kale soup?
Growing herbs makes it easy to integrate them into your daily health regimen. Packed with flavor, brimming with antioxidants and incredibly easy to cultivate, culinary herbs are the perfect complement to any meal. Use the following tips to plant a vibrant indoor herb garden.
Since the lymphatic system is going to see anything foreign as something to be removed, avoiding overworking the system will make your lymph work better for you. Instead of working to remove chemicals that we ingest, it can remove disease instead.
Not interested in any of the store-bought, sugar-laiden, dairy-added hot chocolate options? This recipe is 100% real food, packed with superfood goodness – the perfect afternoon pick me up to keep you energized for the rest of your day.
10 recipes for hearty fall meals that require little effort.
By Ingrid | Eat Well Live Well One of my favorite ways to make fish is coated with almond flour and sautéed in butter, ghee or coconut oil. This recipe can be made with any type of white fish fillet. Here I use black fish, a local fish here on the East End of Long […]
It’s a great idea to try and cultivate good habits, eat well and generally take care of yourself. The only problem is, that some things that you do that you think are serving you are actually not.