Food, Drink & Nutrition
You’d be surprised to discover the silly things that can trigger your hunger. Read this and discover 3 you need to be aware of.
Turmeric has been used in India for over 5,000 years, which is likely why still today both rural and urban populations have some of the lowest prevalence rates of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in the world. The author weighs in on the facts.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (April 23-29, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function.
Probiotic supplements usually contain approximately 10 billion colony-forming units per capsule – a single 1/2 cup serving of fermented vegetables contain 10 TRILLION colony-forming healthy bacteria! Using the process of natural fermentation, we can create our own healthy bacteria in our guts.
They’re healthy, delicious, and a little gourmet. Add artichokes to your meal tonight. Here are some yummy recipes…
No time (or desire) for salad? Drink your greens with these creative, easy and delicious smoothie recipes.
One of the biggest causes of food waste is the “sell by” date on food. Should you always heed it?
Are you a fan of quinoa? If so, you might like freekah – which has even more nutritional value. Read this!
Want a dairy-free, vegan meal? Here is a delicious, creamy Roast Cashew Soup recipe from Trinity’s book Angelicious.
In many parts of the world, bugs are considered a normal part of the diet, or in some cases, even a delicacy. Mexicans eat chapulines and grasshoppers, the people of Thailand love snacking on scorpions, Ghanians like to chow down on fried or roasted termites, and it’s quite common to find a Zimbabwean eating a bowl of mopane worms.
Why buy salsa when it’s so easy (and way more delicious) to make your own? Here’s the recipe!
The heart chakra is green, so it’s probably no surprise that vegetables are the most important food group for this chakra – especially the veggies that have a lot of chlorophyll in them. Chlorophyll is the main agent in the process of photosynthesis, making it a big oxygen producer, which shouldn’t be surprising, since the element of the 4th chakra is air.
Long-standing dietary advice has told us to reduce cholesterol intake, but a closer look suggests that advice may be misguided. Learn more about the history of this information, studies surrounding cholesterol’s effects on heart health and how to protect your heart’s health.
How are universal frequencies affecting you this week (April 2-8, 2017)? Find out in our weekly column, a helpful complement to your weekly horoscope and a great standalone resource providing valuable insights into your health, nutrition, and muscular form and function. Please let us know what you think, of this posting, in our comments section.