Does winter always get you down? If you tend to get the blues when you pull out your sweaters and outerwear, it’s time to take a page from those in far more blustery conditions. In Norway, they have a concept known as ‘koselig.’ The closest term in English that can explain it is something of coziness.
When it’s cold outside, and you can’t seem to warm up, there are a few smart tips to follow to add warmth to your usual smoothie to make it more winter-friendly. You may not want to start every morning with a smoothie like you might enjoy doing in the hot summer months, but a healthy smoothie is an undeniably quick and delicious breakfast option on busy mornings. You don’t have to kick them to the curb until summer with these tips and tricks to add some warmth to your smoothies.
Did you know what you cook your food in could be just as important as the quality of food you’re cooking? The vessels you choose to cook meals in could be tremendously adding toxic elements to your meals without you knowing it. There are healthier options, however, so there’s no need to worry.
Not sure what you’re going to serve for the holidays this year? Holiday feasts are something we all look forward to and enjoy. The company, the savory, seasonal foods, the atmosphere — it’s all a part of the equation. If you need some inspiration on what to serve this year, I’ve got just the ideas for you.
Want a delicious and nutritious plant-based breakfast to start your day but don’t want to work hard for it? It’s easy to make something healthy and vegan for your morning meal, all while your coffee brews. Whether you’ve just switched to plant-based eating or just want to make more meals meatless, try these super-fast and super-delicious plant-based breakfasts that you’ll have ready in minutes.
No doubt you’ve heard about antioxidants before, but have you ever wondered what they are or how they help you?
Over time, high concentrations of free radicals in your body can cause oxidative stress. This damages your cells and is what researchers believe is causing the illnesses & chronic conditions we’re all fervently trying to avoid.