My teenage daughter’s favorite grab 'n go breakfast consists of a few gulps of OJ, a toasted English muffin, and a handful of roasted sunflower kernels. “A perfect breakfast,” she states. Teenage translation: "I can sleep a... Read more
A unification of Japanese, Chinese and Mongolian traditions, known for its variety—particularly when it comes to condiments—Korean meals are generally grilled, stir-fried or stewed. Flavors vary among sweet, sour, s... Read more
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These foods benefit your body in so many ways. They power your brain, and c... Read more
If you're reading this, your doctor has probably told you that your cholesterol levels are too high. Maybe she put you on a medication to help lower cholesterol, or simply told you to consume less cholesterol-containing foods. No matter what you... Read more
After a long day that started with an 8 a.m. meeting and ended with a fickle client, you'd seriously consider forking over your life savings for a bowl of rocky road. Other days, sudden, but intense, hankerings for potato chips plague your best-l... Read more
People, if you're not eating Chia seeds, you need to be! These things are amazing. They're loaded with fiber, protein and Omega 3s. They're flavorless so you can add them to virtually any meal, or just soak in water for 10 minutes then drink!... Read more
I've been reading about different arm exercises and a lot of articles say you should do one push and one pull exercise. What exactly does that mean? I'm struggling to ID which exercises are which and what makes them that?... Read more
Omega 3's lower cholesterol and triglycerides. Excellent sources of omega-3s are salmon, mackerel, and tuna, rainbow trout and sardines. Anchovies too! Walnuts, Almonds, brazil nuts,pumpkin seeds and eggs also a good source... Read more
Sesame seeds block the absorbtion of cholesterol in the intestine. Sesame seeds contain lignans that are good antioxidants that act against cancer by decreasing cell damage. Flax Seeds also lower cholesterol naturally. Spinkle some on veggies and s... Read more
If you've ever been to a health food store, you've probably seen the dozens of bulk bins filled with tiny seeds. Though they may look like bird food, don't turn your nose up at these little kernels of nutrition! Two of the most... Read more
Mother knows best. Back in 2005, my mom starting telling me about this "amazing" seed that was great for health. She added it to smoothies, granola, breads, and just about everything else. Flax, I quickly learned, was versatile and an easy... Read more
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