7-8 is the magic number when it comes to those precious Zzz’s -linked to longevity, hunger hormone regulation & a healthy appetite. Certain foods aid shut-eye by supporting melatonin levels, relaxing our muscles & promoting restful sleep cycles. Sweet dreams!
Foods for: Sleep
Foods for: Beauty
Beauty begins in the heart and on the plate. Delicious meets nutritious with these six foods for healthy and strong hair, skin and nails. Protein is the building block to their foundation but nutrients like vitamin C, zinc and omega 3s play important supporting roles.
Cranberry and Orange Zest Loaf
Can’t get over the aroma of this zesty loaf filling my kitchen this morning. Orange Zest has to be one of my favorite ingredients because a little bit goes a long way, adding a perfect balance of freshness and kick. Orange and cranberries go together like PB & J and…
Foods for: Brain Health
Bring on the brain-building nutrients. Certain foods boast components that support our feel-good hormones, brain integrity and production of BDNF, a protein that supports learning and memory. A healthy brain means sharper cognition, stable mood and less risk of neurodegeneration. Maybe you’re not a sardine lover but who doesn’t love blueberries?
It’s that time of the year, sniffle season. Keeping your immunity up isn’t so hard when you have smoothies this delicious and nutritious. I’m just wondering when it will finally start feeling like winter in California (and if it ever will?). Regardless, I’ll still be drinking my greens and warding off…
Winter Cauliflower Cous Cous
Meet my new favorite light dish to complement a hearty winter spread. I totally predicted cauliflower to the become the new “it” vegetable and it appears I’m not the only one who projected this trend (See: Cauliflower is the new Kale on huffingtonpost). Though mild in taste, it’s the perfect versatile…
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