Ever wondered how to make almond milk? It’s so easy! I just learned how to make and use it from The Almond Milk Cookbook by Alan Roettinger. Go nuts!
When inflammation becomes chronic, it can be deadly. But you can protect yourself from this “silent killer” by eating these top 12 anti-inflammatory foods.
Becky’s recent post about the health benefits of nuts made me curious. Since they’re so good for you, which ones should you eat? Is one better than another?
You probably already knew that nuts were pretty high on the list of healthy foods, but there’s new research to back that up even more.
This week’s news will make you cry, make you sigh, and make you smile. Some of it may even help you avoid diabetes, cancer, and kidney failure! New health research indicts meat and soft drinks, but encourages healthy eaters to go nuts. Animal factories continually find new ways to turn the stomachs of anyone who glimpses their work — and then they file charges against those who dare to see (and record) it. USDA proposes new anti-poop policies targeting organic farmers; but announces new projects supporting local food in public schools. Hawaii knocks the GMO-regulation ball right out of the park! In other breaking news, I suddenly want to move to Norway. Read on, for all the week’s top food news!
A new study highlights the health benefits of a Mediterranean diet.
Don’t you just love pistachios?
They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. For me, it’s the trickiest. So when I had the opportunity to review a new line of snacks from a company named Gravelnuts, I snagged it. A couple of weeks later, a lovely bag of samples arrived at my door.
Here is a delicious raw vegan brownie recipe from the new book, Raw Awakenings: Your Ultimate Guide to Raw Food Diet.
The folks at KIND HEALTHY SNACKS have done it again with KIND Nuts & Spices, a line of whole nut bars with only 5g or less of sugar. They are also [ … ]
A new study shows that high-fiber foods help people lose weight. Read a bit more about the study and learn some tricks on how to painlessly increase fiber in your diet.
Eat breakfast. That’s what everyone tells you. However, what you eat for breakfast is also important. A recent study shows that eating a significant high-protein breakfast can help quell cravings later in the day.
Peanut butter can be a healthy source of protein, but it can also be filled with additives. Do you know what you’re getting in your peanut butter?