Posts Tagged ‘Living Health’
“Since childhood I have been in love with the Brazilian folk culture of Minas Gerais: the greengrocers selling cornbread, squished cookies, maze porridge with thin slices of fresh, white artisan cheese, pão-de-queijo (cheese bread), with the smell of the jungle and the mountains, especially Canastra Sierra.”—Nívia Gomes. The Brazilian state of Minas Gerais is famous for its […]
Our Adventuresome Travels to Maui In December of 2007, my husband and I went to Maui to celebrate our 20th anniversary. It was an unexpected trip for me, given that he planned it all out as a surprise, knowing that he would appeal to my adventurous side. Next thing you know, we were on a flight […]
Another recipe originally created by Erin Yeschin for The RAW Cooking Show is presented here in high-speed recipe video format. Enjoy!
Do you know how easy it is to make your own #almondmilk? It is so #simple and yet many of us buy the cartons from the store that are filled with chemical ingredients and preservatives. If you watch this quick video, you will agree with me that the best food is the one you make. Why? […]
This high-speed recipe video was originally created by Erin Yeschin for The RAW Cooking Show featured right here on the LIVING HEALTH TV Channel. It is one of the most nutritious and delicious healthy desserts out there.
To me, one of the best treats around is ice cream, especially flavors that scream summer. One of those favorite flavors is Key Lime Pie. However, my tummy isn’t a fan of all that dairy and the refined sugars and saturated fat that come along with it too can be bad for your health. So […]
Chlorella is a single-celled, fresh-water aquatic plant, named so after the Greek word chloros meaning “green” — because it contains large amounts of the green phytonutrient “chlorophyll.” Millions of people take chlorella every day (many in East Asia) for a perfectly good reason…because it is a highly effective superfood. Researchers who have studied chlorella extensively say it […]
During this summer, so far I have seen way too many people catch colds. Not just the little sneezy, runny-nose kind, but the nasty viral, congestive, feverish type that leaves you down for the count. Luckily, it has not gotten to me, so far—it must be because during this past winter I caught three horrible […]