Healthy Eating on a Budget
Times can get rough. We know how important it is to make every dollar count. We hear from so many people, “Eating healthy is so much more expensive.” Actually, we find it to be quite the opposite. If you think … Continue reading
Bean and Cheese Enchiladas (Gluten-free)
Even though Cinco de Mayo has passed, we think it is perfectly acceptable to devote all of May to recreating some favorite Mexican dishes. And we are cooking up Gluten-free Mexican food that’s sure to satisfy. Of course it is … Continue reading
What’s in your Water?
Where do you get your drinking water? From the tap? Do you know what’s in your water? A 2016 Gallup Poll found that 61 percent of Americans said they are worried a “great deal” or a “fair amount” about the … Continue reading
Are You in a Food Rut?
Do you find yourself eating the same things, day after day? Is it because you like the predictability of routine or because you just don’t know how or what to cook? If you are struggling with your weight, have low … Continue reading
Smokey Eggplant Dip
We love eggplant. We roast it. We stuff and bake it. We stir-fry it with mushrooms and onions. We also love all sorts of eggplant dips. The problem with so many of them is that they are full of fat. … Continue reading
Go Out and Play!
You try so hard to be faithful to your workouts. You manage to get yourself to the gym or go for a walk almost everyday, which is so great for your body and mind. But, there are days when you dread … Continue reading
Let’s Do Lunch
You’ve heard it over and over again – breakfast is the most important meal of the day! So, now you make sure you eat a smart meal every morning. Congrats! Then it’s off to work or school, or a busy … Continue reading
How to do a Piriformis Stretch
Do you have tight glutes? Are your hamstrings a little hamstrung? Does your lower back ache? Any aches, pains and tightness you feel along your entire posterior chain (neck to feet) could be cause by a tight piriformis muscle. This … Continue reading
Celiac Disease 101
May is National Celiac Awareness Month. Approximately one in 133 people have Celiac Disease, an autoimmune condition in which the ingestion of gluten causes damage to the lining of the small intestines. Such damage causes malabsorption of nutrients as well as … Continue reading