Vitamin B6 is important for producing melatonin, our master sleep hormone. Chickpeas, the main ingredient in this hummus, are a good source of B6. Combined with basil, a mild relaxer, this recipe makes a nice sleep enhancing snack.
On our search for wellness it can seem that a new super food pops up on a daily basis. While we want to do the best for our bodies, these exotic ingredients can create a strain on our pocket books.
As we fall into a cooler time of year we begin to crave warm comfort foods. Try this variety on a old favorite to lighten up you dinner table.
The body spends a lot of effort dealing with blood sugar (glucose): getting it, storing it, transporting it into cells.
Chia seeds can thicken jam without using pectin or a ton of sugar, which means you can make a tomato jam that’s not too sweet to be a great sandwich condiment.
As summer winds down, our to-do lists pile up. It can seem like the peace and spaciousness we felt during the summer starts to slip away as we enter a new mode of productivity.
Staying on track with a healthy diet can be daunting. How can we stay on track with all the meal planning?
Regardless if you swear by Bikram or are a Hatha flow junkie, there are some benefits that every form of practice brings us -- and they have nothing to do with losing weight.