From Clean Starting: Inspiring You to Eat Clean and Live Well by Tarry Walters
Roasting is a way to prepare a variety of winter vegetables, from roots and tubers to squashes and cabbages. The addition of habanero peppers gives this dish extra hear, which is always welcome on a cold day. If habaneros are . . . → Read More: Vegetables Medley with Chiles
From Life As A Plate
1 large (2 small) sweet potatos, washed and sliced into 1/2-inch rounds 2 TBSP butter, melted 1 tsp finely diced fresh rosemary 1/4 tsp. garlic powder sea salt, sprinkled on top Directions
Wash and slice the sweet potatoes into 1/2-inch rounds and place on foil sheet. Melt the butter . . . → Read More: Grilled Sweet Potato Medallions in a Garlic Rosemary Butter Sauce
4 TBSP grape seed oil 2 1/2 tsp (or to taste) chili powder, divided 2 1/2 tsp (or to taste) curry powder, divided 2 medium eggplants (3/4 lbs each) trimmed and cut into 1-inch cubes 1/3 cup lemon or lime juice, plus more if desired 1/4 cup prepared salsa 1/4 cup honey 1/4 tsp . . . → Read More: Spiced Eggplant-Lentil Salad with Mango
Elizabeth Naylor on The Business Spotlight Hosted by Patrick Dougher – YouTube.
http://www.ebenezerwellness.com/newsletters.html Ebenezer Wellness, Inc. was formed in 2006 as a provider of holistic health services, focusing on nutrition. We start with the premise that we are Spirit, Soul (mind, emotion & will) and Body. We believe that toxic overload and nutritional . . . → Read More: Elizabeth Naylor on The Business Spotlight Hosted by Patrick Dougher – YouTube
Stress is everything, but it is not what we typically think. The following is a quote from The Healing Codes by Dr. Alex Loyd and Dr. Ben Johnson. I highly recommend this book for understanding the role of stress in your physical, mental and emotional health.
If the immune and healing systems of the body . . . → Read More: Role of Stress in Health
Do we really believe in wellness? Do we believe that our body is designed to repair and regenerate for well over 100years (if given the right building blocks)? Or, conversely, do we believe that our body is out to get us, waiting for the right opportunity to fall apart?
This is an important question in . . . → Read More: Do We Believe in Wellness?
In her book, Full Moon Feast, Jessica Prentice documents what we intuitively know when we stop to pay attention – there are certain foods that just fit with certain times of year. She takes us through thirteen moons and the stories and food stuffs that fit the particular moon. I loved how she intertwined culture, . . . → Read More: Full Moon Feast, Jessica Prentice
If you have ever said, “My health was great until ______. Ever since then, it seems like it is one thing after another”, then you have experienced the wholism of holistic health. It used to be that we intuitively knew that sick was just sick and health was more than the ability to make it . . . → Read More: The Wholism of Holistic
Can you really eat a full nine servings of fruits (4 servings) and vegetables (5 servings) for only a few dollars per day? YES!
If you did, would that make you healthier? MOST LIKELY!
Marion Nestle, in her book, What to Eat, debunks the myth that cost can truly be the leading factor in why . . . → Read More: Cost of Eating Healthy
I am sitting outside on a beautiful sunny day shedding more than a few tears over a woman, my age, who has advanced pancreatic cancer. Mid-forties, four small children, husband. I don’t even really know her. She is the wife of a my husband’s college friend and we have not even seen him since our . . . → Read More: Cancer Tears