Making your meat choices in the store can be confusing, so keep the following tips and definitions in mind. Buy the best meat you can afford. If price is a concern – and yes, the good stuff will invariably be more pricey – then consider buying less, and use meats as an ‘accent’ in stews and soups.
Sure, it’s tempting to just put on a big sunhat, find a spot in the shade, and lounge all day, but hey, the summer heat is really no good excuse for a sedentary life. In fact, it’s the perfect time to get outside – the days are longer, work is (mostly) a little less hectic, and weekends out of town are loaded with opportunity!
We’re here again! Summer is the time for lots of fun BBQs and social gatherings filled with tempting foods and beverages – some of which are better for you than others. Here are a few tips to make the best decisions you can and when there is something too good to pass up, indulge a little!
You may have heard the term leaky gut thrown around lately. Although the term has been around for a while in the ‘alternative’ fields of medicine, it’s becoming accepted by more and more doctors. It’s clear that leaky gut can lead to more serious issues if left unattended.
Are you in a breakfast rut? Maybe it’s time to switch it up or even give it up. Many people start their day with a typical breakfast of oatmeal or cereal and on the weekends eat waffles or pancakes - but these carb-laden breakfasts are not a great start to your day.