If you want a refreshing way to improve your digestion, enhance your immune system and increase your peace of mind, try chai tea. Scientific research is now confirming what people in India have known for thousands of years: Chai is not only soothing and uplifting -- it also benefits numerous areas of health, for long-term vitality.
These Greek-inspired beauties are the perfect burger alternative.
By training your abilities in mindfulness, martial arts can protect your cardiovascular system, boost immunity and more. Here’s an inside look at the meditative tranquil awareness that can significantly improve your health.
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This smooth sweet potato and lentil soup is not only delicious but healthy too, packed with nutritious vegetables and protein from the lentils.
Tibetan herbalism carries a rich and sophisticated history of traditional use. A Tibetan herbal formula often includes more than 20 unique ingredients, and sometimes more than 100! These ingredients can generally be grouped into three classes: 1. A major group of ingredients that target specific area(s) in the body 2. A secondary group that supports and sustains the effects of the first group 3. A third group that helps balance the first two groups
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This beautiful recipe from Samantha's Kitchen combines protein-powerhouse turkey and vitamin-rich sweet potatoes to warm you up this winter.
During the cold, short days of winter it’s all too easy to become vitamin D deficient. The lack of sunlight and increased time spent indoors attribute to lower vitamin D levels and can lead to increased risk for bone and cardiovascular damage. Find out what you can do to keep your vitamin D levels up and keep your body’s systems working for you all season.
This beautiful combination of Greek Yogurt, crisp apples, crunchy granola and protein-rich cinnamon quinoa makes the perfect breakfast delight.
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In addition to regular exercise and a healthy diet, there are a number of specific foods, herbs and supplements that can help support proper blood flow and promote long-term cardiovascular health.
A list of tips to help you improve circulation all year.
Fresh, citrusy with a bit of heat this recipe is a reminder of blue skies and warmer weather to come.
Most of us need extra immune support during the winter – this we know. But to reach optimal health this time of year, there are a number of additional steps we can take, according to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Greater vitality and overall wellness can be reached by following time-honored practices that align us with nature to deeply nourish body, mind and spirit.
From Foodista.com – The Cooking Encyclopedia Everyone Can Edit Ingredients 2 Salmon fillets 1 tsp Olive oil Corn flour to give a crisper texture to fish skin Ground Black Peppercorn and…Read more
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Your heart works non-stop, but it’s all too common to take its effectiveness for granted. Without the proper daily support we can fall into routines that degrade our cardiovascular wellness. February is American Heart Health Month an excellent time to remind ourselves about the importance of cardiovascular health throughout the year.
Recipe and image Foodista.com – The Cooking Encyclopedia Everyone Can Edit Ingredients: 1 lb ground turkey breast 2 medium sized eggs 1 1/2 cup oatmeal 1/2 cup plain bread crumbs 1…Read more
Your heart works non-stop, but it's all too common to take it for granted. February is American Heart Health Month, so it's an excellent time to remind ourselves about the importance of cardiovascular health -- not just this month, but all year long.
This healthy and delicious salad combines vitamin- and nutrient-rich greens with a light and simple vinaigrette, and homemade edamame hummus.
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Keeping your mind sharp requires more than just a daily Sudoku puzzle. New research shows that an active body is just as important for maintaining an active mind. This week’s article focuses on the top methods to maintaining mental longevity.
Tips on how to get the most out of your walking routine.
This recipe from Allrecipes is the perfect healthy game day snack!
Have you ever eaten a meal and still felt like you weren't completely satisfied? Feeling full has as much to do with brain chemistry as it does the stomach, and if the brain isn't getting the right signals then it can send you back to the refrigerator to find something to satisfy your craving. Find out which foods can help you cut the cravings and keep you healthy.
Looking to feed a crowd for the big game this weekend? Try this fan-pleasing chili! It can even be made in a crockpot the night before to eliminate the stress of cooking from your game day.
A colorful guide to some top winter fruits and vegetables.
Winter can take a toll on immunity, but there are natural and effective ways to help support against occasional colds and flus. Check out our guide to utilizing some of nature’s botanical immune ingredients this season.
Photo and recipe from The Foody Wife. Read more here. Ingredients 2 14.5 oz cans vegetable broth 2 1/2 cups water 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 cup minced onion 3 cloves…Read more
Spices do more than just boost flavor in food. They can also have a multitude of added health benefits. From cellular wellness to detoxification and heavy metal removal, find out which spices can assist wellbeing and how to maximize the results of these common botanicals.
From Leah Rodrigues at Foodista Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 cup rinsed quinoa 3 1/2 cups unsweetened almond milk, divided (or other non-dairy milk such as cashew or coconut milk) 1 cup…Read more
Winter is prime time for colds, flu and other illnesses. If you want to keep your health from falling along with the temperature, there are basic natural measures you can take that can protect your wellness. Here’s what you need to know about what’s lurking in the cold.
From the A Feast for the Eyes. Read more here. Serves: 6 Ingredients 8 ounces cremini mushrooms, sliced 3 smalls shallots, sliced thin 1 teaspoon dried thyme (or fresh) 1…Read more
How much do you sit? Six hours a day? Longer? If you work in an office, chances are the first thing you do when you arrive is sit down and…Read more
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Photo and recipe courtesy of Foodista. Find out more here. Ingredients Cilantro Lime Cauliflower Rice ½ large head cauliflower (you need 4 cups finely chopped) 1 tbsp fresh lime juice 2…Read more
Hail to the Kale, from Katrine Van Wyk, combines kale with sweet pear and creamy avocado for a detoxing, antioxidant health boost.
There’s a reason you spend so many hours sleeping each night: Your body needs sound, restful sleep to heal properly, detoxify, regenerate and repair. Here are tips for better sleep at night so you can perform at your peak during the day.
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Arsenic is everywhere, from its natural occurrence in soil and plants to pesticides, lumber and glass. It can infiltrate water supplies, particularly in rural areas. We can’t avoid it, but there are steps we can take to actively detoxify our bodies.
Are you ready for some fresh foods after the treat-filled holiday? This gorgeous winter salad from Yummy Mummy Kitchen is packed with a medley of nutritious and detox-boosting superfoods.
This soup, packed with cruciferous veggies, yummy avocado and a touch of lemon will warm, detoxify, and satisfy.
The New Year is a perfect time to clear the clutter and detox your home for improved health and vitality. In doing so, we can reach a greater level of spaciousness, organization, clarity and overall wellness.