The Thanksgiving meal may be the one meal that we pay the most attention to. Many of us make the effort to cook the whole meal from scratch, often in the company of family and good friends. We are reminded of what and who is truly important to us.
We as a culture have become used to popping antibiotics with the first signs of a cold, especially during the winter. Instead of popping pills, incorporate some of these foods into your diet. Minimize the need for antibiotics by lacing your diet with foods that naturally have antibiotic properties.
The holidays are almost upon us, and while this time of year is exciting and joyous, it can also be downright demanding. Between holiday parties, family gatherings, and other commitments — or perhaps the absence of such — we often wind up feeling stressed, depressed, or burnt out by the time New Year’s Day hits.
Sometimes it feels like your cravings are driving your decisions. Clearly you didn’t mean to eat that candy at work, or that whole dessert, or to finish that bag of chips you opened. When your food choices feel out of your control, it’s time to set yourself up for success with these simple tips to curb cravings (aka the cookie monster inside).