You may have noticed that on some diets, in particular the Whole30 diet, you are not allowed to have butter, but you can have Ghee. Why is that?Read Full Article
Indulge a little too much this holiday season? You aren’t alone, it happens to the best of us. The plethora of decadent desserts and holiday treats are hard to resist. This salad is a great way to get back on the right track and jumpstart the New Year in better health!Read Full Article
Did you know that a nice cup of tea could decrease your stress level? Herbal teas have been used as a stress relief aid for centuries. They are a healthy way to calm your nerves when you are over worked and stressed out. Stress relieving teas help bring the body’s stress levels back to normal. Try a cup of one of these stress relieving teas tonight!Read Full Article
Trail mix can be one of the easiest, healthiest snacks to take on the go. A homemade mix can be put together in only minutes using four simple steps. Whether you are taking it to the park, the trail, or the beach this summer, skip the sugar and salt laden store bought mixes and create your own favorite trail mix this week!Read Full Article
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Instead of cooking steak or another red meat this Valentine’s Day, consider switching to something heart healthy for your love! This great one pan salmon recipe is packed with protein, omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals.
Omega-3 fatty acids can decrease the risk of arrhythmias (abnormal heartbeats), slow the buildup of plaque in arteries, and assist in lowering blood pressure. This great recipe also only requires one dish! You will not need to worry about dirty pots and pans, and will have more time to spend with your Valentine.
Finish the meal with a nice glass of red wine. Red wine contains antioxidants called polyphenols that may help protect the lining of the heart’s blood vessels.Read Full Article
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Buy a small mason jar, combine your oatmeal mixture according to the recipe, and store the jar in the fridge overnight to wake up to a breakfast that is ready to roll out of the house with you. The texture depends on the type of oat you use. The texture will be soft if you use quick oats, chewy if rolled, and both crunchy and chewy if you opt for steel-cut.
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Overnight Oats | Yields: 1 serving
Caprese sandwiches, made with tomato, buffalo mozzarella, and basil are very popular, but have you ever heard of a caprese quesadilla?
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We all know that sugary drinks aren’t good for us, so why do people keep going back to them? Often times, it is because they want something more than plain water.
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