Hema Kundargi simplifies and demystifies Indian cooking for the western kitchens, beyond curries. Here she shares a protein-rich salad.
Our bones are crucial for optimal health and longevity, yet we don’t spend nearly enough time learning about how they affect our overall wellbeing, and how to support them. Irma Jennings, a 2004 graduate of the Health Coach Training Program, claims her bones are the strongest they’ve ever been, at age 60! Her first career was financing infrastructure for roads, bridges, tunnels, and schools, building infrastructure for our cities and states. Now as a Holistic Bone Coach, she works on the infrastructure of her clients: their bones.
Irma, who lives in New Hope, PA, enrolled at Integrative Nutrition as a result of her own health issues. Now she has a thriving practice, Food For Healthy Bones, helping others build strong bones through eating well and living a healthy lifestyle. This interview highlights Irma’s work, and the unique niche market she has created for herself.
This farfalle recipe is amazingly quick to make and really restaurant quality. The exotic mushroom blend, a combination of shiitake, cremini, and oyster mushrooms – each bite brings a slightly different burst of hearty, rich flavor, is sold in eight-ounce packages. If unavailable, you can use all cremini mushrooms. The best part of this simple dish is it low in fat!