Fermented Foods for Health: Use the Power of Probiotic Foods to Improve Your Digestion, Strengthen Your Immunity, and Prevent Illness
Fermented foods have shown to be beneficial for a number of health conditions including candida overgrowth, IBS and digestive difficulties, sugar/carb cravings, and other inflammatory disorders. What’s more, science is starting to show that our modern lifestyle of completely eschewing bacteria via pasteurized foods, hand sanitizers, disinfectants, and antibiotics is actually making us more, not less, susceptible to illness and allergies. Regular inclusion of fermented foods in the diet natural
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TLC features outrageously delicious, reader-favorite recipes from Janet & Greta’s incredibly popular cookbooks Looneyspoons, one of Canada’s all-time bestsellers; Crazy Plates, a James Beard Foundatio
Are you sick and tired of seeing your family eating unhealthy junk food?
Do you want your family to eat tasty and healthy nutritious food?
This book was written for those of you who understand the importance of eating healthy and want to prepare great healthy meals for the entire family.
Various food products contain toxic ingredients or they’re just not good for your health, therefore you want to eat healthy food, to feel better, to visit the doctors less frequently and maintai
Our instinctive knowledge of which foods are helpful or which harmful seems to be fading for modern humankind. Meanwhile, we are bombarded by advice, information, and prescriptions telling us what we should be eating and drinking. Nonetheless, the many and complex issues surrounding nutrition remain largely unresolved–matters of health, diet, taste, as well as environmental concers and sustainable agriculture.
There is nothing more exciting than to see a positive sign on a pregnancy test and know that in 9 months you will be holding a sweet little babe in your arms. You may have a few weeks of bliss and then without warning, you join the ‘Queasy Club’. Studies show that 75% of women will experience what is known as morning sickness. The term is definitely misleading since the nausea and vomiting can effect you morning, noon, night or all three! Every woman is a little different, but being a 3rd time expectant mother and definitely effected by morning sickness, I thought I would share some of my knowledge about the subject. My current pregnancy has definitely been the worst as far as morning sickness which according to different sources is not common. Morning sickness is more common and tends to be more severe in first pregnancies, although generalities never seem to be true for pregnant women and I have found a lot of women are more sick with subsequent pregnancies than they were with their first.
Of all of the remedies, helpful tips, foods to eat or avoid – the best thing that I had during my morning sickness bout was my husband! Wow – how would I have survived without him!?! My best advice to you is to seek support and don’t be afraid to ask for help! As women I think we want to be independent and feel like we can do it all, but sometimes we just can’t and it is OK. It will make a world of different for you, especially if you have other children.
French Kids Eat Everything: How Our Family Moved to France, Cured Picky Eating, Banned Snacking, and Discovered 10 Simple Rules for Raising Happy, Healthy Eaters
French Kids Eat Everything is a wonderfully wry account of how Karen Le Billon was able to alter her children’s deep-rooted, decidedly unhealthy North American eating habits while they were all living in France.At once a memoir, a cookbook, a how-to handbook, and a delightful exploration of how the French manage to feed children without endless battles and struggles with pickiness, French Kids Eat Everything features recipes, practical tips, and ten easy-to-follow rules for raising happy and h
When Erica was about 7, she decided she wanted to learn how to cook! I had been having the conversation with her: “When you are a mom, you are going to need to know how to cook!” So, she pulled out an old spiral bound notebook, put page numbers throughout the ENTIRE thing, and asked me to spell each and every ingredient for our salad (the recipe she is holding was a bread recipe). Then she started an index. I thought it was so stinkin cute, I wanted to rush out and buy her her very own CUTE recipe binder where she can collect her favorite recipes until she leaves home. I resisted however, and decided to let her do it her own way. She doesn’t know any better.