There are days when people wake up in the morning and feel that sharp pain in their knees and this, unfortunately, will dictate what kind of day he will have. Many, especially the elders, have undergone the experience of chronic knee pain which can happen on one or worse, on both of the knees. The… via … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Coping with Chronic Knee Pain — Sharing from Positive Health Wellness
I'm loving this article! I thought I would share this information for it's great food for thought! Enjoy! Wow, some of you are real stars with your war on waste and I will say that with regards to picking up rubbish that we see we do need to be careful. If you signed up for … Continue reading Waste Not! Want Not! Part Five — Shared from Retired? No one told me!
Very interesting read, I highly recommend reading this article. A lot of people have relatives who have been victims of Alzheimer’s disease. A great percentage of those who suffer the affliction are those who are 65 of age and above. It often becomes a burden to the children who have to give special care to … Continue reading Everything You Need To Know About Preventing Alzheimer’s Disease — Shared from: Positive Health Wellness
I often use a Neti Pot and find it to be a very useful for fighting a sinus infection or even preventing one. The following article is very informative. Enjoy! If you’re an avid surfer and have experienced having cold seawater get into your nasal passage during rough surf, then you know that the experience … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Using Neti Pots Safely- Shared from Positive Health Wellness
Sharing this interesting read on processed foods. Enoy! Welcome, I hope you all had a lovely weekend and the weather was kind to you…It is certainly a little colder here at night and in the mornings. This week and over the next few weeks I will be looking at processed food and exactly what it … Continue reading What is the definition of Processed Food? Shared from: Retired? No one told me!
Here is a very interesting read about organic produce and the reduction of cancer. While I'm a bit skeptical about how organic the organic produce section truly is, I am definitly a believer in purchasing from the farmer's market directly from the farmer. I recommend reading this article; it's quite informative. There has been a … Continue reading Food in the News – Organic produce and reduction in Cancer rates- Sharing this article from the — Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
Today I’m sharing a Meatless Meal that is so good you will absolutely not miss the meat! This Vegetarian Chili is so hearty and delicious you’ll be craving seconds…With all the fresh produce of summer now is the best time to make this yummy chili…Top it off with a touch of fresh cilantro, some cheddar […] … Continue reading Vegetarian Chili Recipe, Shared from— Fabulous Fare Sisters
It's really worth checking out this infographic bottled water vs tap water. Why do humans only check out the facts after? If we could only learn to check things out beforehand, we could prevent so many problems. Bottled water is a booming industry, and its sales continue to grow. In the US alone, 97 billion … Continue reading Tap Water vs Bottled Water -Shared from [Infographic] — ecogreenlove
Since laughing is an important part of being healthy, we are adding a bit of laughter in your life by sharing with you this funny post by Smorgash Laughter Lines. I hope you enjoy it! Have a great laugh! Sometimes the marketing department of the largest companies go off half cooked! Here are some epic … Continue reading Have a Laugh, it’s healthy! Lost in Translation – Sometimes Advertisers Bloop — Shared from Laughter Lines, Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
10 awesome, overnight oat recipes (keep these recipes handy), prepare ahead of time and start off your day with a healthy breakfast! shared from " egogreenlove." Overnight oats are super versatile, and can be combined with an endless number of ingredients and toppings to cater to any palate. Take a look at these 10 tasty … Continue reading Healthy Overnight Oats Recipes -Sharing from [Infographic] — ecogreenlove
This soup recipe looks yummy! Shared from Ramya Recipes Soup Recipe: Spinach Quinoa Vegetable Soup 🍲 Servings: 5 Duration: 40 mins How many of you like Quinoa? Frankly saying, I don’t like to have quinoa but it’s health benefits are wonderful. Quinoa contains protein, fiber higher than the other grains and lots of minerals and … Continue reading Spinach Quinoa Vegetable Soup 🍲|Healthy Soup | Winter Treats ❄️ — Shared from Ramya Recipes
I can't wait to try this soup; it looks amazing! Loving this luscious vegan fall soup that is so naturally creamy and flavorful. The combination of ginger and curry is so well suited to the squash along with the coconut milk. Rather than using traditional croutons, I opted for the crispy chickpeas which are an … Continue reading Curried Butternut Squash Soup with Ginger, Coconut Milk, and Crispy Chickpeas — Sharing from Maroscooking
This is a great recipe. If you suffer from intolerances such as I do, you can just switch up some of the ingredients for lactose and gluten free ingredients. I agree with the "Retired? No one told me!", store bought Mac n Cheese have nasty ingredients and making your own is always a healthy and … Continue reading Homemade Mac n’ Cheese vs Processed Shared Post— Retired? No one told me!
I decided to add a little fall flavor to my blog this week! We were out and about enjoying the fall air and we were stunned by the colorful display all around us! I thought I would share the beauty with you. Enjoy! Happy Fall everyone! The 1st photograph was taken in a small village … Continue reading Sharing our Beautiful Fall Colors: East Coast
We use colloidal silver in our family and it has proven very effective for viruses and infections. Colloidal silver contains pure silver flakes that are microscopic in size. The flakes are normally suspended in certain liquids such as demineralized water among others and the product is sold commercially. Colloidal silver has previously been touted as … Continue reading The Complete Guide to Colloidal Silver — Sharing this post by Positive Health Wellness
My granddaughter and I love to experiment in the kitchen! We have lots of fun together. After watching a video on how to make homemade fruit roll-ups with fresh fruit, we decided to give it a try. Here is what we did: Pre-heat the oven at 225 degrees F; Prepare a cookie sheet lined with … Continue reading Prepare Blueberry (or any fruit) Roll-Ups in 5 Minutes
Very informative article for "migraine sufferers." We use Vitamin D in our household. As pointed out by our doctor, vitamine D does more than build strong bones; it helps fight disease. The article I'm sharing is quite informative on more benefits of this small white tablet. If you are a regular visitor you will know … Continue reading Vitamin D could reduce the number of migraines— Shared from Smorgasbord Blog Magazine
I wanted to share with you this excellent post by "ecogreenlove." One thing that stands out for me in this article is the toxins leeking out in our foods via plastic containers. See how to protect yourself and your family from these harmful chemicals. What exactly does it mean to throw something “away”? First of … Continue reading Use Less Plastic in Your Home — Very Informative Post by ecogreenlove
Although anxiety stems from a variety of factors, one thing is certain: Diet plays a very important role. As holistic beings, our mental and physical health are inseparable. How we nourish our bodies, therefore, determines how well we achieve a calmer state of mind. Most often we hear about the anxiety-promoting effects of too much … Continue reading The Best Foods To Eliminate Anxiety — Simple Healthy Living
The season of pumpkin spice everything is upon us, and I am so excited. Sometimes our favorite coffee joints, restaurants, bakeries and recipes go overboard on adding sugar and not-so-healthy ingredients into their pumpkin concoctions. I am here to give you all of that pumpkin-y, flavorful deliciousness you crave, but in a diet-friendly manner. What […] … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie — Simple Healthy Living (A Must Try)!
Looks like a great soup recipe, perfect for the fall! Soup-making may conjure up an image of huge pots containing hundreds of ingredients simmering all day long, but that need not be the case. A batch of soup can be made in the same amount of time it takes to make many other dinner dishes, … Continue reading Creamy Jamaican Pumpkin (or Squash) & Carrot Soup — @EarthaCooks
Here’s a very simple and deliciously light summer salad…filled with fresh greens, strawberries & blueberries and topped with crunchy toffee pecans and mild goat cheese. I make this quite often – it’s so good! via Summer Berry Salad — Fabulous Fare Sisters
Wheather you know about Kombucha or not, you will love this article. It's both informative and has a lovely recipe to make your own Kombucha drink packed with probiotics. Kombucha… for many, this word means nothing because they have not heard of what it is and the amazing things that it can do for our … Continue reading Kombucha: Health Benefits and How to Make Your Own- by nutritionnut84
Understanding our cravings is an important step to our overall health. It only makes sense that our body is trying to communicate with us what it's missing in terms of vitamins and minerals. Learning to recognize what our cravings really mean is crucial to providing what our bodies are really asking for. *I'm sharing this … Continue reading What Do Your Cravings Really Mean?
I am sharing this simple chicken recipe from the blog: "Retired? No One Told Me." Simple and it looks delicious; My kind of recipe! There is also a flatbread recipe which could easily be converted to a gluten-free flatbread or a spelt flatbread which I will try. This recipe for green chicken is one I … Continue reading Spicy Chicken with Spinach — Shared Retired? No one told me!
This is a very informative article for anyone who is determined to eat healthy. It explains very simply the definition of the paleo diet, and gives suggestions on ways to follow the diet for less. A Paleo diet typically consists of different types of food which are similar to those eaten by out hunter-gatherer, pre-agricultural … Continue reading “Paleo Diet Explained”- by Positive Health Wellness
Hello everyone! I hope you all have a great weekend. I still have my Mexican family here so I am not fully “engaged” with blogging at this moment 🙂 Step by step… We are back from our holiday in Czech Republic. I have to say we were very lucky with weather which was absolutely amazing […] … Continue reading Cherry spinach summer salad — Shared from “With Colours and Canito in the Kitchen”
Sharing this lovely recipe by Food Ob-cec-d: This is only going to be a very short blog today, mainly because both my lunch and dinner were very simple. Delicious, but simple. I mostly just want to add a few pictures and a note here or there about my day. My breakfasts haven’t been planned, but … Continue reading Tuna salad and Roasted Veggies and Rice! — Food Ob-cec-d
Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life: Carol Cook’s …My favourite spice mixes. Welcome to this week’s Cookery column …This week I thought I would share with you some of my go to recipes ones which I make on a regular basis. My staples really I suppose ones, which I make… via … Continue reading Homemade Spices by Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – By Carol Taylor #Fajita Spice, #Tahini #Peanut Butter #Hummus —
Salad for summer! Yes, I am stating that this the best ever quick and easy salad! I love this salad and you can add your favourite ingredients to it, change the spices to your liking and it will become a staple in your home! I first had this salad when I lived in Turkey where… via … Continue reading The best ever quick & easy salad! — Life Diet Health
Tiny as ticks are, they can be very harmful because they can cause Lyme disease. Cases of Lyme disease in the US alone have increased in the past few years. And it will keep on growing if left unchecked. One of the best ways to prevent this from happening to you and your family is… via … Continue reading The All-In-One Guide To Dealing With Lyme Disease — Positive Health Wellness
“The beauty of the skin is that you can affect it from both inside and out,” says dermatologist Doris Day, MD, author of Forget the Facelift: Turn Back the Clock with a Revolutionary Program for Ageless Skin. The skin is made up of three layers, (1) epidermis, (2) dermis, and (3) hypodermis; and makes up […] … Continue reading What is Behind Nutrition and Skin Health? —Sharing this post by Recipes for Life, by Michael Mouradian
I'm sharing a great post by Jadine Hub on how to shop healthy foods on a tight budget. Hey dear! Wanna learn a trick? Keep reading! How can you eat healthy on a budget? Let’s get savvy and pop some tags in the supermarket! Here’s my tips on how to shop smarter not harder, when … Continue reading ON A BUDGET? HOW TO SHOP FOR HEALTHY FOODS
I am a fan of diy beauty products. Why pay money for expensive products filled with chemicals when you can pretty much get the same results from natural ingredients at home. Hi everyone.!! So sorry I haven’t been posting on the regular. I’ve been spending time with my son as he goes back to school … Continue reading DIY Natural Beauty Products to Make at Home — Sharing post by itskathrynjane
This looks amazing! Can't wait to try! Shrimp lettuce wraps loaded with fresh veggies and juicy shrimp. The peanut sauce is exceptional and surprisingly simple. Lettuce wraps are a low carb, healthy dinner idea and they always disappear fast! These shrimp lettuce wraps make for one delicious and super impressive meal. I... The post Shrimp … Continue reading Shrimp Lettuce Wraps with Peanut Sauce (VIDEO) — NatashasKitchen.com
Honey mustard chicken & potatoes is all made in one pan! Juicy, succulent chicken pieces are cooked in the best honey mustard sauce, surrounded by green beans and potatoes for a complete meal! Another Mommy inspired recipe, the flavour combination of honey and mustard makes this chicken one of the best recipes. Honey mustard sauce […] … Continue reading Honey Mustard Chicken & Potatoes (ONE PAN) —
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Side Dish: Raita Servings: 6 Duration: 5 minutes An easy, simple and yummy side dish can pair with Vegetable Biryani , Kuska Biryani , Tomato 🍅 Bath , Pulao and any other Indian rice preparations. It’s low-fat Indian yogurt dip makes a great side to cool down the spice level of curry and also refreshing … Continue reading Onion – Tomato 🍅 Raita | Yogurt Dip| Side Dish — Ramya Recipes
I struggle with Fibromyalgia and sometimes the inflammation is painful and will even keep me up at night. What is Fibromyalgia? "Fibromyalgia is a long-term or chronic disorder. It's associated with widespread pain in the muscles and bones, areas of tenderness, and general fatigue. Symptoms like these are considered subjective, meaning they can't be determined or … Continue reading Fibromyalgia- Control Inflammation With This Ingredient From Your Pantry
This Asian Vinaigrette salad looks yummy! Will try. I will replace the sugar with honey. How’s it going y’all? If you’re on my side of the planet, then the answer to that is probably…kinda hot. Like, really really REALLY hot. I was recently back in Michigan for a visit and the heat combined with humidity … Continue reading Asian Vinaigrette Chicken Salad — Sharing by Cooking Is My Sport
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Do you suffer from bloating, mind-fog, sluggishness, burning eyes, lack of motivation, loss of appetite, nausea, headaches, psoriasis, and sleepiness? I suffer from the above symptoms when I consume baked goods or any foods prepared with wheat flour. Although I do not have celiac disease (I was tested), I do suffer from a sensitivity to our … Continue reading Differences Between Spelt Wheat and Modern Wheat?
I love a cooked breakfast or brunch but I never really enjoy the thought of eating meat too early in the day. This breakfast is the perfect vegetarian version of a normal cooked breakfast and it’s super quick to make! Minimal ingredients, maximum nutrition and minimal fuss! Just the way we like it 🙂 Ingredients […] … Continue reading Breakfast: Vegetarian Style- Sharing this post by Happy Healthy Tash
Welcome to Fruity Friday today I am showcasing a fruit which is synonymous with desserts and I definitely am not the desert queen by any means…I may make the odd ice cream or a fruit compote but my culinary skills lie elsewhere I am a savoury lady although I used to make birthday cakes […] via … Continue reading Fruity Friday…The Raspberry… — Awesome Post by Retired? No one told me!
It has been awhile since I’ve made a fermented salsa. A homemade salsa usually gets eaten the same day it is prepared or shortly thereafter, but when there is an abundance of ingredients for a larger batch of salsa a short period of fermentation can significantly lengthen its refrigerator life. This is especially meaningful with […] … Continue reading Fermented Red Jalapeño Salsa — This is Delicious! By Pleasant Peasant Cuisine
What’s Cooking in Gail’s Kitchen? The Clean Plate Club: Niçoise Salad! Repeat after me, “nee-SWAHZ”. One more time, “nee-SWAHZ”. Spoken like a true Parisian. Now what does it mean, you wonder. In layman’s terms, niçoise refers to the style of cooking in the south of France. It usually includes deep brown olives, vine-ripened tomatoes, hard-boiled […] … Continue reading Niçoise Salad — Lovely Salad by snapshotsincursive
It's that time of the year when the bugs are overwhelmingly annoying! How to keep the mosquitoes, black flies, gnats, ticks and other pests at bay so that we can enjoy our summer? There are some pretty good bug repellants out there that work, but if you're conscious for your health and of your children's … Continue reading Repel Mosquitoes and Black Flies Naturally with These Tips- Safe for Kids
If you're like me, you keep a close watch on those ingredient labels when you purchase any prepared food from the grocery aisles. A little bit of knowledge is key to understanding the ingredients label which is often packed with harmful preservatives and chemicals. When it comes to beauty products, I give the same attention … Continue reading Coconut Oil In Your Beauty Routine
My granddaughter and I always enjoy each other's company and yesterday morning was no exception. We often start the morning off with a fresh smoothie packed with fruits. Needless to say, we love to experiment. She suggested we try mixing the following: 3/4 cup of pure apple juice 1 frozen banana a few fresh juicy … Continue reading My Granddaughter’s Smoothie Recipe: Strawberry, Banana-Mango Freshness
Best Homeopathic Allergy Relief tablets I’ve ever used! Over the spring/summer, I often feel like I’m coming down with a cold only to realize that I’m having allergy symptoms. I keep these little tablets handy in my medicine cabinet. They’re awesome! I pop a couple under my tongue (suggestion is to take them 3 times … Continue reading Best Homeopathic Allergy Tablets I’ve Every Used!