Whether you like it for its signature tang or you’re drawn to its eye-catching crust designs, sourdough has even more to offer, at least from a health perspective. Why is sourdough good for you? Here’s a look.
Wade into the waters of gut health and traditional foods, and you’re going to hear about sourdough. Read More
It costs upwards of $12 for a bag; promises a one-to-one substitute for wheat flour completely sans gluten, grains or nuts; and offers health-boosting nutrients like vitamin C and manganese. So is cassava flour worth the costs? In this post, I track how far a single two-pound bag can take me.
Blame it on Nashville’s fast fluctuations in temperature or our having kids at home, we all got sick last week. One became two became a full family of runny noses. So while we were pounding supplements, sipping smoothies and making another tissue run, I started this list. Your go-to roundup of home remedies for the common cold.* Keep it for next time you’re sick (knock on wood).
Like it or not, at some point or another, we’re all going to get colds. According to Nicola Davison at The Guardian, what’s considered normal today is “an average of between two and four colds each year” for adults and for “children, up to 10.” Woah. We’re all so used to this idea, in fact, we call it common. The common cold. But just because you have to get a cold doesn’t mean you have to surrender to it.Read More
This article on superfood gelatin takes a look at one of the biggest buzzwords in food. What can’t go superfood today? There are superfood smoothies, superfood chocolates, superfood lattes, superfood overnight oats. So what’s with the modern interest? And, more importantly, are superfoods worth the hype? Here’s a look.
Add the term to a recipe; double its appeal. Put it on a menu; increase its price. Superfood is a marketing term, not a scientific one, but it still, to most people, connotes better health, more nutrients, the kind of choice you make when you’re doing what’s right. So what’s the deal? Are superfoods, in fact, super? If you combine three so-called superfoods into superfood gelatin, for example, what do you get? To start, let’s look at the term itself.Read More