Ever find yourself doing really well on your health goals? Like really getting in a groove and thinking, “I got this!” Then your friends or colleagues invite you to lunch and everyone’s getting the ribs, so you get the ribs. With fries. A cheesy appetizer. And there’s bread on the table.
Have you ever tried turmeric tea? Chia pudding or a matcha latte? Fresh or dried herbs sprinkled on a salad? These ingredients are super easy to add your diet in different ways and all have one amazing thing in common: they help reduce inflammation in your body!
Inflammation is at the heart of many illnesses and conditions, fro...
Who doesn't love guacamole? Packed with avocados, it's a great source of poly- and mono-unsaturated fats, which help with inflammation, are good for your heart and all kinds of other great things. Buuuut... it's still fat. And I know. It's really unfair that a fruit is full of fat, but there we are.
You know those days when you start out with really good intentions, eat a healthy breakfast, salad for lunch, a light snack… and then the tiniest thing happens and it snowballs into eating an entire pizza for dinner? With brownies, because who doesn’t get the brownies when they order pizza?
What if I told you there was something that could drastically improve your overall health? What if I told you it was something you could easily get from food? What if I told you it could help with everything from bloating to mental well being? What if I told you it was… bacteria???
A big part of healthy, nutritious eating is making food for yourself.
If you’re anything like me (and a LOT of people), the idea of slaving away in the kitchen is some combination of exhausting and overwhelming. Especially if all that work is not going to result in something cheesy, gooey or otherwise indulgent.