We’re not nuts for saying it – a daily dose of nuts is a healthy way of snacking. Ditch the guilt and dig in. The only caution, keep it to about a handful.
Nuts have had a long-time bad rap as a high calorie, indulgent food that we s... Read more
Worried about catching the cold or flu this year—or helping to keep the germs of one sick family member from infecting others in your house?
Beyond hand washing and self-imposed quarantine, some time spent cleaning, disinfecting and saniti... Read more
All of us are striving to cook in a way that's healthy and simple. Unfortunately, healthy and simple can sometimes add up to bland: A plain piece of broiled fish or baked chicken isn’t particularly exciting, right?
The remedy for the h... Read more
Whether you're overworked or just plain overstressed, time is valuable to all of us. When making a lifestyle change, it can easily seem overwhelming to include new habits like exercise and healthy eating into your jam-packed days. Between everyth... Read more
I have a wallet made of hemp. Although I’ve seen some very fashionable hemp accessories, mine’s really old and not very cute, but I can’t justify buying a new one until it wears out. I guess I’ve learned firsthand that hemp fi... Read more
I have been using Coconut Oil, started this week.Tuesday thru Saturday,I have lost 5 lbs.If u haven't tried it or heard of it,check it out online or on Pinterest.There r hundreds of uses for Coconut Oil, my fave is weight loss. BTW,I'm a newbie here!... Read more
I'm having difficulties measuring and tracking oils/condiments. For instance when drizzling olive oil on pan before cooking. I find it hard to know when Im cooking several serving sizes. How do you properly divide? Any tips?... Read more
i've read a lot about using coconut oil to lose weight. has anyone been successful using it? also, how much should be consumed in a day? i read 3-6T, which seems like too much. my calorie range is 1500-1800 per day so that would take a large porti... Read more
Pine nuts curb appetite, are high protein nuts and may lower the risk of heart disease, I buy pine nuts by Badhia because that brand is cheaper than most spices. I love them on my salads, they lower cholesterol and keep your heart healthy. Start eat... Read more
Pine nuts are the only source of pinoleic acid, which stimulates hormones and helps diminish appetite. Rich in magnesium, pine nuts help in alleviating muscle cramps, tension and fatigue, help the heart and blood pressure. reduce cholesterol and pro... Read more
Easy recipes for hearty, satisfying meals.Gnocchi with Pine Nuts and Broccoli RabeMakes: 4 servingsPrep: 10 minutesCook: 8 minutesGet the recipe Chicken and Basmati Rice CasseroleMakes: 6 servingsPrep: 20 minutesCook:&nb... Read more
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