real food

About a year ago, our kids became increasingly more and more curious about where food comes from. "Where do strawberries
What if I told you that it was easy - yes, easy! - to make a perfectly balanced, delicious meal at home? Not only that, but what if I said it would be Instagram-worthy beautiful? Enter the Power Bowl, a fool-proof way to pack in nutrients, use a variety of leftovers, and create a wonderful blend of flavors and textures all in one bowl.
If we can move beyond traditional silos and focus efforts on shared drivers, solutions and treatments to all forms of malnutrition, we will be truly kicking goals.
So why does it seem that actors and actresses in Hollywood are defying their ages and looking younger and younger? It's not necessarily plastic surgery. Far from it. In fact, it's the opposite of surgery. They're eating better and taking better care of their skin. And this is something everyone can do.
Many of us are 6 weeks into our New Year's resolution of eating more healthfully this year. And, if you are anything like me, you might be starting to feel in a bit of a rut, which makes sticking to your plan harder.
Here is what happens once you stop dieting and start enjoying real, nourishing foods. 1. You find freedom in your eating
The launch of Dr. Mark Hyman's latest book The Blood Sugar Solution 10-Day Detox Diet at ABC Home served as the launchpad
Stock up on blueberries -- fresh, frozen, and dried. Add them to smoothies and toss them in your salads. Stir them into Paleo pancake and muffin recipes, or sprinkle them on salmon. And if you have kids, make sure you load them up with blueberries, too. But shhh... don't tell them that blueberries are powerful medicine. We'll keep that secret between us.
Start doing the things that make you happy now. Don't wait for that magical day when you fit into a certain dress size or are satisfied with the number on the scales to book your holiday to the beach or buy that little black dress. Live like you have already reached your goal, you will be happy and it will be much easier to achieve.
To develop a healthy relationship with food is to feel great, both inside and out. It is your choice what you fuel your body with! It is entirely up to you!
Isn't it okay to have a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup every now and again? Why is Emily Luchetti against fun? These are all questions that I'm sure you're asking yourself.
But, there is more to what we choose to eat than how it tastes. Having a connection with food is relative to the food choices we make. Appreciating the food we eat is the first step in bridging the gap between "tastes good" and "does a body good.
We have a lot to learn from our wise great-grandmothers. Start thinking about how you can mimic parts her lifestyle (but perhaps don't bring back the big poofy dresses- let's leave that in the past) and you (and your children and grandchildren) will be all the healthier for it.
A new report published by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) shows that children are overexposed to vitamins and minerals
It's a true trout raised in clean, cold-water pools by many farmers in my region.
It was time for me to eat these traditional foods and (more intimidating) to learn to cook them.
The work is in the whisking, and the dressing tastes good on everything from chicken sandwiches to egg salad.
You cannot put an Apple sticker on a cordless phone and call it an iPhone. You cannot put Mercedes decals on a Ford and call it a Mercedes. So why do you think you can call yourself bacon?
I believe in starting with good-tasting varieties picked at peak maturity, and I rarely use recipes.
This chocolate treat became a family tradition on the very first taste.