Honey contains a treasure chest of hidden nutritional and medicinal value for centuries. The sweet golden liquid from the beehive is a popular kitchen staple loaded with antibacterial and antifungal properties that has been used since the early days of Egyptian tombs. Continue reading “Liquid Gold: 7 Health Benefits Of Honey That Could Heal Your Whole Body”Posted on
If you haven’t started incorporating the amazing super food that is Turmeric to your diet–what are you waiting for? This incredible root has shocking amounts of antioxidants, manganese, iron, healthy fats and anti-inflammatory compounds. It has been used for centuries to fight inflammation in the body, from blemishes to over-worked muscles. This wellness latte, inspired by Nutrition Stripped, is an incredibly delicious recipe that works as a great night cap. Here’s how it’s done: Continue reading “Golden Turmeric Milk”Posted on Format Video
As Julia Child once said, “You don’t have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces, just good food from fresh ingredients.” I couldn’t have said it better myself!
I love the simplicity of recipes like this.
It highlights bright, fresh, seasonal ingredients—like asparagus, basil, and tomatoes—that you can find at your local farmers market.
If you’re looking for a new spin on a side dish or want to change up your potluck routine, give this perfect-for-summer recipe a try! Continue reading “Tomato + Basil Quinoa Salad”Posted on
By DAMN delicious
POSTED BY CHUNGAH ON JULY 7, 2014
A lightened-up, healthy enchilada bake that you can enjoy guilt-free, chockfull of quinoa, black beans and cheesy goodness. And the leftovers taste even better! Continue reading “QUINOA ENCHILADA CASSEROLE”Posted on
By Emily Han from the kitchn
Photo by Emily Han
Chia seed puddings are all the rage these days, and for good reason. When stirred with water, juice, or milk, the seeds gel up and thicken, creating the most delightful tapioca-like texture. It’s easy (no heat required!) and contains all the nutrition of chia seeds, which taste neutral enough that you can play with your favorite flavors. In my case, that means a sweet spring combo of strawberries, coconut, and lime. Continue reading “Dairy-Free Dessert Recipe: Strawberries & “Cream” Chia Pudding”Posted on
By Meera Senthilingam, for CNN
(CNN)Do you ever find yourself worrying about an upcoming situation, even though similar past experiences have worked out fine? Or do you worry about your relationship or finances in a way that is out of proportion with your actual circumstances? These are classic symptoms of anxiety. Continue reading “Can meditation and psychedelics have the same benefits for your mind?”Posted on
By Jen Christensen, CNN
(CNN)Want to live longer? Have a piece of whole grain toast or oatmeal for breakfast, and then eat popcorn as a snack, and put some buckwheat in your pasta.
Not one but two new studies recently analyzed the wide variety of research published over the years on the benefits of whole grains and found that eating at least three servings a day could help you live longer. Continue reading “Popcorn and quinoa: A wholesome recipe for longer life”Posted on
By Kris Gunnars, BSc | April, 2016
Not all calories are created equal.
Different foods go through different metabolic pathways in the body.
They can have vastly different effects on hunger, hormones and how many calories we burn.
Here are the 20 most weight loss friendly foods on earth, that are supported by science. Continue reading “The 20 Most Weight Loss Friendly Foods on The Planet”Posted on
By Toby Amidor in Have You Tried, June 20, 2016
Read more at: http://blog.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/2016/06/20/have-you-tried-kaniwa/?oc=linkback
This high-protein cousin of quinoa is native to Peru and Bolivia. It’s gluten-free, with a nutty and slightly sweet flavor. Check out its superfood qualities and learn where you can get your hands on some. Continue reading “Have You Tried Kaniwa?”Posted on