Five Immune Boosting Foods

Five Immune Boosting Foods We all know bacteria and viruses cause many illnesses. Your body has the ability to fight these antigens with your immune system. While different behaviors you include in your life affect your immune health, the food you eat is extremely important. The good news is that what you eat is something you have the most control over. Here are five immune boosting foods known to help support and strengthen your immune system. Fish Fish is an … Continue reading

Are You Ready for the New Normal?

Are you ready for the new normal? I’m not going to wait for everything to be back to normal. The old normal is gone, and in its place will be a new normal filled with challenges as well as tremendous opportunity for those willing to embrace it. The world has shifted dramatically in a speed of light sort of time. For the past five years, I’ve been learning and writing so I could share the changes I’ve been able to … Continue reading

Chocolate Pecan Turtles

Chocolate Pecan Turtles Category: Recipes Cuisine: Treats Ingredients 1 cup chopped 70% chocolate 1/2 cup raw pecans 1/2 teaspoon sea salt Instructions In a double boiler, melt the chocolate. In a skillet, slowly dry toast the raw pecans over medium heat being careful not to burn them. Place muffin papers in a muffin tin. When the chocolate is melted, spoon a small amount in each muffin paper. Add a few pecans to the top of the chocolate and top with … Continue reading

What is Stress Eating?

What is Stress Eating? Do you ever wonder… what is stress eating?  It’s a bad habit many of us have become accustomed to, where we eat bad foods, and we overeat them when we feel stressed. It might make us feel more comfortable temporarily and more in control of our life, but we are only hurting ourselves. Here are some things to know about stress eating. How Stress Eating Can Develop First of all, it helps to know exactly how … Continue reading

Canned Fish – Should You Include It In Your Diet?

Canned Fish I love including canned fish in my health eating world. It’s easy, affordable and always “at the ready” for a quick, healthy and delicious meal. Recently, a friend posted a link on Twitter to a Medium article I felt I should share, so here goes. Written by David Neimanis, this article gives a short chronicle of the author’s real introduction and embracing of canned fish as an integral part of his diet. Almost eight years go, I went … Continue reading

What Does Food Taste Like

What Does Food Taste Like The biggest challenge we face today in reclaiming our health (mental and physical), losing weight, gaining brain clarity, increasing productivity and practically anything else you can desire is the challenge of learning: What does food taste like? We no longer expect food to taste like real food.  The processed food companies have schooled us to expect our food to taste like sugar, highly processed flour, salt and bad fat.  They have taught us “food” should … Continue reading

No Carb No Sugar Diet – Look and Feel Younger in Seven Days!

No Carb No Sugar Diet While I’m not a fan of the concept of a diet (I prefer a more permanent lifestyle eating change), some diets are so good for you, it’s as though they turn back the clock. The No Carb No Sugar diet is one of those diets! People who follow this diet look younger than they actually are, and that’s because certain diets can help your body heal inflammation and protect your telomeres. By the way, telomeres … Continue reading

Roasted Garlic

Roasted Garlic Category: Recipes Ingredients Whole bulbs of garlic Olive oil Sea salt Instructions Cut the tops off the garlic cloves (about ¼ inch) Place in a covered baking dish Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt Roast in a 140 degree oven until soft and fragrant Use in dishes, on bread and in dipping oil Powered by Zip Recipes 6.4.5 https://thinstronghealthy.com/roasted-garlic/ Share this:

Wild Rice

Wild Rice with Lentils, Quinoa and Beans Category: Recipes Ingredients 1 tsp minced garlic or 1 tsp garlic powder 1 tbsp dried onion flakes ¼ tsp white or black pepper 1 tsp anchovy paste 1 cup wild rice ¼ cup sprouted lentils ½ cup quinoa 1 can black, pinto or kidney beans 1 tbsp capers (optional) 3 cups vegetable broth Instructions In a covered pot, add 1 cup wild rice and 2 cups broth Add anchovy paste & capers Bring … Continue reading

Meal Prep and Storage

Meal Prep and Storage In the past two weeks, we’ve discussed meal planning and have begun talking about the prep work. This week we’ll continue our discussion of meal prep and storage, and I’ll share ideas for making your life easier when it comes to magically producing a meal on the table. Containers to use When you are prepping meals, you want to be mindful of the types of containers you use. These containers are not just storing the ingredients … Continue reading