Thanksgiving Garlic Mash (Cauliflower) Potatoes 1 head of Cauliflower 1/4 Cup parmesan 1 tbs of cream cheese or a dollop of sour cream 1/2 tsp minced garlic 1/2 tsp pepper salt to taste (omit if you have high blood pressure) Chopped parsley, rosemary or chives for garnish Pats of butter for garnish Cut up cauliflower … Continue reading Healthy Thanksgiving Substitutes
Ginger is a wonderful inflammation fighter. Revered for centuries for its ability to calm an upset stomach and stop nausea it is also a wonder herb for arthritis and pain. It is even used topically to treat burns. Some research suggests that it may be as effective as NSAIDs for joint pain...The question is … Continue reading Foods That Fight Inflammation – Ginger
The hardest part about changing your diet is fighting cravings. Depending on just how drastically you're trying to change your diet these cravings could seem almost insurmountable, but I'm going to give you a few tips that should help keep your inner cookie monster in check. Just like with any addiction we all have food … Continue reading How To Calm the Junk Food Addict In All Of Us
Legumes are an extremely important part of a vegetarian or vegan diet providing a very healthy protein and carbohydrate source while at the same time giving the body what is known as the "second meal effect" or "lentil effect" which blunts blood sugar surges the day after consumption - something that can be very important … Continue reading How to Sprout Beans at Home…and why you should!
Vegetable oils shown to increase coronary heart disease... Here is a breakdown of why. Without writing an entire tome on this massive topic here is a brief summary of what you should know regarding vegetable oils and your health. According to a study done by the Canadian Medical Association Journal, certain vegetable oils including corn, … Continue reading Cooking Oils Part 1