So Easy: Luscious, Healthy Recipes for Every Meal of the Week
The Food You Crave: Luscious Recipes for a Healthy Life by Ellie Krieger
Healthy eating is incredibly important, but I think many of us forget to do what’s right for our bodies and give it the fuel it needs without all of the bad stuff. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have something tasty and delicious just (Read More....)
Nothing makes for a fantastic Italian dish the way a good spaghetti sauce does. While you can make a competent spaghetti sauce by following a recipe, have you noticed that there’s something just a little different about the way an expert does it? If you are curious about how to give your tomato sauce that extra bit of zing that Italian grandmothers brag about, there are some secrets that you need to be aware of!
Start With Whole Tomatoes
Despite the fact that tomatoes are a New World fruit, they have been a staple of Italian cuisine for countless years. If you want to make a really wonderful tomato sauce, always start with whole tomatoes. Chop them roughly and place them in a pot filled with water. While some people love the texture offered by tomato skin, others prefer to remove the skin before cooking. Tomato sauce made without tomato skin is smoother and slightly silky. The key to remember is that you cannot cook the tomatoes too much. Always keep water in the pot so that the tomatoes do not burn.
You should always use high-quality ingredients when you want a high-quality product. Start with fresh (Read More....)
Blueberry Coconut Pecan Breakfast Cookies From Kumquat
Losing weight can be a challenging prospect for people of all ages. While diet and exercise can help some people shed those extra pounds, there can be times when weight just won’t disappear. Since no one likes the appearance of a “muffin top,” it’s important to find effective ways to lose weight and improve one’s health. The following guide provides simple tips and tricks on how to get flatter abs by eating fiber.
Understanding the Role of Fiber
Fiber plays an important role in maintaining proper digestive health. While the body doesn’t directly absorb fiber, it helps promote food mobility in both the large and small intestine.
When an individual eats dense foods, they digestive system is put under a lot of stress. Heavy foods like meats, cheeses, nuts (Read More....)
Motherhood is a wonder for most new moms. You will experience feelings and thoughts you never have before and will have a lot to learn. Raising your very own little bundle of joy will come with diaper rashes, crying, and a whole lot more. Using home remedies for your journey through motherhood will help save you some money and can be much better for your child than using store bought products full of chemicals you can’t even pronounce. Before your little one arrives, it is a good idea to have a few of the following home remedies lined up.
1. Olive Oil
Making the call to breastfeed your child is a major decision. There are things that come with breastfeeding that you don’t have to deal with if you decide to formula feed. If your nipples become dry and cracked, you will be in a good deal of pain when you are feeding and even when you’re not. If you are in need of a solution for this problem, try (Read More....)
Staying active when you are short on time requires planning. It’s easy to make excuses for failing to find a way to fit physical activity into your busy schedule, but there is always time to squeeze in a little exercise. The key to achieving success is by recognizing the importance of daily physical activity for your health, and remembering that little bursts of movement throughout the day can be just as effective as longer workouts.
Always remember, whether you are in the middle of an intense work out, or simply working hard at your desk, it’s always important to ensure your wellness with a comprehensive health insurance plan.
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A Little Activity Goes a Long Way
In a recent interview in Prevention magazine, Exercise Physiologist Dr. Glen Gaesser revealed the results of a University of Virginia study in which participants were asked, “to complete 15 10-minute exercise routines a week. After just (Read More....)
One of the biggest expenses that I run across when I wash my clothes is the laundry soap. Because of my family’s allergies and desire to go organic, I have a hard time finding affordable soap that actually works. I have scoured stores and clipped coupons, but it is always hard to find.
Then I found out that I could make my own laundry soap, and it works great. This simple recipe can be changed depending on your family’s needs and desires. As a matter of fact, I add a scoop of Oxyclean to my heavily-soiled loads, but this laundry soap really does get your clothes clean and smelling fresh. I also switch out the bar soap I add to a handmade type that I found at my local farmer’s market, so feel free to find your own additions and substitutions to the recipe!
· Measuring cup
· Airtight container
· 1 box (Arm & Hammer) Washing Soda
· 1 box (20 Mule Team) Borax
· 1 pack of (Ivory) Bar Soap
The names in parenthesis are the brand names I can find, but you can (Read More....)