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Convenience often gets the upper hand over taste or nutrition. In today's world, people are finding it too difficult or even feel lazy to fit...
We all spend a lot of time working nonstop. Naturally, by the end of the day we're all drained out. Stop for a moment if the work you're done needs to be done right now, and only by you. Delegate, schedule, be organized, and make more time for yourself for a better and healthy living.
Drink plenty of warm and nourishing liquids such as chicken soup and honey-lemon-ginger tea to help keep the body well-hydrated and relieve nasal congestion. Try to steer clear of over-the-counter cold medications that tend to provide temporary relief; work on getting enough restorative sleep instead to support a healthy immune system.
There is nothing more pleasing in the world than food!! Whether bored or excited, we all love munching on delicious delights. In our youth,...
Except for the essential amino acid glutamine in it that may help with weight loss, bone broth doesn’t have many health benefits. But there are ways to make your broth bowl healthier, adding some meat to it being one. You can also have the broth before a meal so you feel satiated faster which will stop you from overindulging.
If you’re down with the flu, you can soon bid it adieu, as these superpower foods have been medically proven to reduce their symptoms,...
Leaky gut is an important player in several diseases and poor health. Read more about the LGS; it's major contributors and medical conditions associated with it.
What and whether you should eat before an exercise routine depends on your fitness objectives. Lets dig deeper and find out more about how it all works.
Your thyroid functions so smoothly that you can forget it's there. An under-active thyroid can bring on weight gain, sluggishness, depression, and increased sensitivity...
Eating chicken skin may be a little sinful but not all that bad. There is fat in it, but it is good unsaturated fat. Lowered blood pressure and cholesterol are perks of munching on crispy golden brown skin. Chicken skin has oleic acid too (like olive oil) that inhibits cardiac, inflammatory, and autoimmune diseases. It is not high in calories so removing it won’t help much in your calorie-cutting plans.
In 1 tbsp olive oil, cook 3-4 chopped carrots, 3-4 sliced celery stalks, 1 diced onion, 3 whole garlic cloves, 1 tsp whole black peppercorns, salt (to taste), and 2-3 bay leaves. Add water and 3 lb chicken (with bones), and boil. Take out and shred chicken. Strain out broth. To it, add 2-3 cooked carrots, 2-3 celery stalks, the shredded chicken, egg noodles or rice, and salt + pepper.
Reheating kills nutrition in food and alters compounds in food (certain proteins become fat). Repeated reheating assists growth of food poisoning bacteria. Rapidly store leftovers in airtight containers at temp below 0° F. Avoid reheating chicken, mushrooms, rice, beets, celery, potatoes and spinach. Ayurveda suggests eating food fresh and to avoid reheating.
Boost testosterone levels by doing weight training regularly, taking natural supplements like ashwaghanda, taking adequate rest, eating zinc and magnesium rich foods like spinach and chard and reducing sugar and alcohol. Consuming organic fats from oily fish, peanuts and avocados and skin exposure to early morning sun helps in boosting testosterone levels.
TCM believes that our body’s strongest defense is from free flowing Qi (energy) within and among five important organs: heart, liver, spleen, lung and kidney. To prevent a "pro cancer body" try Chinese food therapy: lung energy deficiency - spring rice and wild yam; spleen organ weakness - dry ginger and tangerine peel; Liver organ imbalance - mushroom date soup.
Chicken skin by itself, really isn't that bad. It actually acts kind of like a latex glove- that holds all the juices and fat...