Mushrooms have been used medicinally in China for thousands of years. Now, a growing body of cell and animal research demonstrates that mushrooms contain an array of powerful compounds that:
As the air turns crisp, it’s natural to crave our favorite comfort foods. Instead of reaching for mac’n cheese, gather the ingredients to make this mouthwatering soup. Then, while you’re binge-watching your favorite show, you’ll feel guilt-less pleasure with a bowl of warm soup in hand. Be sure to make enough to freeze for those cold nights ahead when you’re too tired to cook!
Move over bagel, there’s a new schmear in town. This low-carb twist on the traditional “lox and bagel with cream cheese” has all the flavor, with none of the allergens and empty carbs. Just trade the bagel and cream cheese for crisp rice crackers and creamy avocado. The smoked salmon delivers ~15 grams of protein with a dose of essential fatty acids to reduce inflammation and create soft skin.
This modern take on the classic “hash” dishes up two servings of colorful veggies in a golden sauté that’s ready in minutes. Save time by prepping the onion and microwaving the potatoes the night before so they’re ready for the skillet when it’s time to cook. These potatoes are teeming with flavor, flavonoids and keep your blood sugar stable all morning long. This is something that could be made in a bigger batch on a Sunday afternoon for weekday mornings to come. Yum!
In this ideal breakfast for busy workday morning, two perfect “6-minute” soft-boiled eggs mingle with creamy avocado and chunky salsa on a bed of arugula. While you’re making tea and checking email, the eggs are boiling and in less than 15 minutes, you’ll devour 12 grams of protein and 2 servings of vegetables before you’re out the door!
Want to sail through the morning with solid energy, sustained focus and cruise into lunch without caving into the muffins someone left out?
Of course you do, and that’s why I’m sharing my favorite Savory, Protein-Powered Breakfasts that you can have ready in 15 minutes or less (while prepping school lunches and checking email)!
Food is incredible medicine. You just need to learn how to use it to improve your chronic health conditions. According to a study by the Imperial College of London, eating 10 servings of vegetables per day may prevent up to eight million premature deaths each year. Listen as Dr. Sally LaMont joins Dr. Holly Lucille to share how you can nourish your body and boost your health.
VIDEO: One of the latest products to hit the produce aisle is cauliflower “rice”. This is just a head of cauliflower that’s been chopped into pea-size pieces. You can buy it precut, break it down with a knife or do it in small batches in a food processor. It’s the perfect stand-in for starchier carbs like grains, and it can be mashed, like potatoes or blended into a savory dip.
VIDEO: It turns out January is National Soup Month, which makes sense because we need that kind of nourishment when cold weather and viruses surround us. One of my favorite medicinal meals is chicken soup, famous for its healing properties from the days of Hippocrates and Maimonides, the Jewish physician that first wrote about its healing benefits.
Literally. Your amazing body is constantly renewing itself: recycling old cells and recreating new ones, 24/7. Did you know that every day, the cells lining your intestinal tract and skin are shed as a new layer surfaces? Every month, your liver cells are replaced and each year, your skeleton is rebuilt. Automatically, without your conscious thought.