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Many people can benefit from eating coconut, almond and brown rice flour. Learn how to use these unique flours and get some great cooking recipes for dinner and dessert.
12 Foods to Eat for Better Sleep
September 3 2018
Daily stressors and responsibilities can lead to making your mind go into overdrive when it’s time to sleep, causing insomnia or regular disturbances in your sleep pattern. Even though it might seem like an impossible task to drift off into a deep slumber, it doesn’t have to be.
What Is the Alkaline Diet?
August 28 2018
You may have heard celebrities touting the health benefits of an alkaline diet, but what is it and should you be following their lead?
The Pros and Cons of Sugar and Alternative Sweeteners
August 23 2018
We all know that too much sugar is bad for you, but how much is too much? And what about alternative sweeteners?
Boost Energy Levels With Keto Fat Bombs
August 15 2018
When people are on the ketogenic diet, they aim to eat a lot of fat, a moderate amount of protein and almost no carbs. This macronutrient ratio encourages the body to go into ketosis where fat cells are supposedly burned for energy. Those on the keto diet often find that it is tricky to get enough fat into their diet simply by eating three meals a day. People dealing with this issue have come up with the idea of a keto bomb to solve their problem.
Dairy-Free Superfood Lattes: Alternatives to Coffee
August 13 2018
A latte is simply coffee with milk. Lattes have twice the caffeine as a traditional coffee. Most people drink lattes for the extra boost in the morning that a regular cup of coffee cannot provide. An individual who doesn’t want to drink milk or can’t drink milk often stays away from lattes. However, lattes can be made dairy-free. Dairy-free means substituting products that don’t include milk, such as coconut or rice.
Homemade Oat Milk Recipe + Benefits
August 7 2018
Many people are on the lookout for an alternative to dairy milk without the fuss and expense. Oat milk is just the thing! All it takes is a couple of ingredients and 10 minutes for healthy, delicious, easy-to-make oat milk. Check out the recipe and enjoy the benefits!
What are the Health Benefits of Bone Broth?
July 24 2018
Since the beginning of mankind, bone broth has been used as sustenance. When times were frugal and the entire animal had to be used, bone broth was an elixir of life. Today, fish and beef stocks and broths are major components of daily cooking in most cuisine around the world. Broths and stocks are used in sauces, braising, soups and stews. Huge pots of simmering bones sit on the stove tops in the finest restaurants and family homes.
How to Cook with Collagen Powder
July 18 2018
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and provides the structure in our connective tissue. It’s basically the glue that holds us together. Collagen is found in our bones, tendons, ligaments, gut, hair and nails.
Why Coconut Products are Good for the Paleo Diet
July 12 2018
The Paleo Diet has become very popular recently for several good reasons. The addition of coconut items by itself or in recipes can add to the effectiveness of this type of diet.
Health Benefits of Fermented Foods
July 9 2018
Fermenting has been humanity’s way of preserving food for thousands of years. Only in recent years have fermented foods become trendy—and with good reason! Fermented foods have been shown to be good for the gut, improving digestion and absorption of minerals due to the high concentration of probiotics they contain.
Is There Such a Thing as Too Much fat? Not on the Ketogenic Diet
July 5 2018
The ketogenic—also known as keto—diet is a low-carbohydrate, high-fat diet that puts the body into a metabolic state known as ketosis. Its origins date back as far as 1921 with the therapeutic use for epilepsy in children. In the late 90s and early 2000s, there was an increased interest in the diet as a strategy for weight loss, athletic performance, managing diabetes, or even more recently as a therapy for cancer or prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
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