Give the potatoes time to soak up some of the dressing before serving at room temperature. Don’t worry about storage – there won’t be any leftovers!
This Covid Birthday Tea Party will be a fond memory and a reminder that socializing with friends is so important, even during a pandemic.
There really is science behind the current fasting diets, and all it may take is doing a regular 16-24 hour fast to see long-term benefits.
Is this eating plan doable? We shall see – after the Super Bowl.
31 Days of Resolutions – Day 14 The cat’s out of the bag – learning…
Unless you do your research, it isn’t always clear what produce is seasonal and locally grown.
My children bought me a Phillips Sonicare Toothbrush for Christmas. Because I asked for one.
Can some of these antioxidants help keep the brain sharp? Can they slow or reverse the amyloid accumulations?
My kids are quick to point out, that I’m all about British crime series and British productions in general.
Looking for a novel series? Here you go.
All of that good breathing through my nose and not through my mouth seems to supply my muscles with the oxygen they need effectively and efficiently.
How you breathe can determine how well you sleep, your anxiety level, your fitness, your weight, and dozens of health-related issues. We’ve known this for thousands of years.
It’s amazing what you can learn from the comfort of your own couch.
With this keen understanding of how to help people better know themselves, Marie Kondo’s career has become legend.
The sum of all of this information is that, for most of us, eating legumes is a healthy and smart thing to do in our quest to be the best we can be.
Together, let’s explore more about the psychology of “flow.”
What health consequences does high fructose corn syrup have for us?
Even people with elevated blood sugar levels, though not technically diabetic, may experience cognitive decline.
Dark chocolate contains flavonoid antioxidants, the chemical linked to arresting the development of cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease.
We were once told that no matter the source of sugars in your diet, even from the sugars naturally occurring in foods like produce and dairy, the body treats it all the same.
That is not true.
Does limiting sugar intake mean that the glass of wine you enjoy at dinnertime is now “off the table?”