All About Habits
Smoothies are a fast, easy, and delicious way to squeeze a bunch of nutrients into your diet – and are a great way to get even the pickiest eaters to consume “yucky” foods like kale and spinach.
While a link between gluten and depression has not been proven, the evidence – both scientific and anecdotal – is compelling.
Guidelines for health are fairly simple: Eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, keep your body fat at a healthy percentage, and don’t smoke. But are we following those guidelines?
You have a lot to gain and nothing to lose (except perhaps some extra body fat) by reducing or eliminating added sugars from your diet. Here’s how to do it.
Chocolate doesn’t have to be forbidden. In fact, a growing body of research shows that, in moderation, it provides impressive health benefits.
Accumulating evidence is showing that the sweet tiny white crystals are VERY addictive.
There’s no easier way to get some healthy bacteria in your system than to enjoy some rich, delicious, full-fat yogurt loaded of active cultures.
Do you have insom-nom-nom-nom-nia? Here’s why, and how to handle those late night bingefest urges.
The joy of homemade yogurt is that it only contains the milk of your choice and a starter with active cultures. So no growth-hormone loaded milk, no neurotoxic artificial sweeteners, no thickeners, no chemical additives, and no GMOs.
It is super easy to make honey mustard from, well, honey, and mustard. Here’s how.