Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Barley Greens: A Few Things You Didn’t Know About This Superfood

According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, more than 1 in 2 adults and nearly 1 in 6 children are overweight or obese in countries surveyed by the OECD. There’s an unfortunate increase in obesity across most countries, but the United States continues to be the least health-conscious. A recent study by the OECD found the U.S. to have the greatest amount of obese adults, making up 38.2 percent of the population aged 15 and older. 

But what makes the U.S. so out of touch with health? Not only are the average portion sizes out of control, but also, most of what Americans eat consists of over-processed, cooked foods. Following a raw, plant-based diet is one of the most beneficial moves you can make to promote healthy aging. Organic foods in their raw, uncooked form offer the most valuable nutrients available to man.  Live foods, such as a raw fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds and organic whole grains include an abundance of live enzymes, antioxidants and other nutrients and retain said offerings until they are digested into your system. That means you’re getting the most of what these live foods include instead of only a small percentage that a cooked product would provide.

Barley grass, for example, is naturally abundant in various nutrients that support the immune system and impact overall health and well-being.In this article, we’ll dive into some of the benefits of barley grass juice (barley greens) and how harvesting them and turning them into a

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Greek Chicken Kebabs with Tzatziki Sauce

Marinated in Greek flavors then grilled to perfection, these Greek Chicken Kebabs make for an easy, flavorful and healthy dinner! We like to dip or drizzle the kebabs with Tzatziki Sauce to add even more of an authentic and delicious flavor. A recipe you’ll want to try! Grill food at it’s finest! The summer heat

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Want to Create a Healthy Home? Consider These 4 Areas

From helping you to relax to making it easier to cook nourishing meals, a healthy home is all about creating a space where you can feel your best.

If you enter your home and immediately feel unease or stress just from the sight of it, it could be time for a mini-transformation to align the energy of your space with the energy you want to be feeling in your life. (Especially since we’re all spending so much more time at home).

I’m sharing the 4 areas we’ve focused on in our home to create a space that feels like a mini-sanctuary and supports our daily wellbeing. 

How You Can Create A Healthy Home That Supports Your Health

Just as we’re mindful and aware of food items we put into our body, the same should be said about the air we breathe, the cleaning supplies we use in our home and everything else that surrounds us.

Things that make our space feel more like a health sanctuary or a space that supports my overall wellbeing is a mix of items and actions.

I’m mindful of the energy I bring into my home — as in checking myself if I’m particularly stressed or anxious — that way, what’s coming into our space is more aligned with how I would like to feel.

Engaging in activities that you love are also key to making it feel like a retreat away from all of the stimulation and distractions of daily life. For me, this looks

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Cilantro Lime Quinoa Recipe | Easy and Healthy | Desi~licious RD

Looking for ways to make quinoa taste better? Try my Cilantro Lime Quinoa that’s easy, healthy and gloriously tasty. Quinoa seeds boiled in vegetable stock and infused with cilantro, zesty lime and garlic to create the perfect side to accompany any dish. Devour as is or use to take your salads and Buddha bowls to the next level. Snag the recipe below!

I’ll admit it, I’m a quinoa fanatic, y’all. I find any excuse to chuck it into cold or warm salads. Plus, it’s the perfect quinoa recipe to go with fish and serve alongside my vegan tikka masala.

These last few years, I’ve found myself experimenting with quinoa – quite a fair bit. Honestly, it took a bit of practice to master how to cook quinoa quickly on the stovetop (with flavour!). Of course, I wish I knew earlier these tips and tricks. 

It’s felt extra busy these past few weeks. I’ve been telling myself to get this recipe up for months. Am serious. I was actually scrolling through my camera roll, today, and saw the quinoa recipe prep shots – perhaps a sign, but I promised myself I’d at least start the write-up. Well, it’s almost 10 pm, and I am cracking on – as pledged.

So happy to offer a quinoa recipe – that’s easy peasy! This one guarantees fluffy quinoa. I’d be lying if I didn’t say – it’s quinoa mania over here. We make this quinoa recipe weekly.

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Monday, July 13, 2020

Silver Biotics for Immune System Support

If you’re looking for an easy way to bolster your immune system, adding Silver Biotics to your daily routine is a good option. Along with a healthy, immune-supportive diet, this supplement can support your body’s ability to ward off viruses and bacteria that can compromise your health. Hallelujah Diet is happy to offer the top choice of immune support in liquid and gel forms to easily integrate into your everyday life. Whether for prevention during flu season, an extra boost when you’re feeling under the weather or for everyday support, Silver Biotics supplies the immune system with the tools to fight against sickness. Shield your body with an extra layer of silver armor with Silver Biotics!

What is Silver Biotics?

Patented by American Biotech Labs in 2001, Silver Biotics is a patented silver solution designed to help boost the immune system. Silver Biotics is a true silver solution with the same kind of silver you’d find in jewelry and silverware! This kind of silver is thought to provide a wide range of health benefits in supporting immune system function.

What makes Silver Biotics better than the other colloidal silver brands on the market? It’s all about their patented technology. The silver particles are surrounded by a thin, multivalent silver oxide coating that’s attracted to the surrounding water and makes it more stable and bioavailable than other forms of silver. What’s more, Silver Biotics is formulated so that it offers multiple modes of action. It’s able to steal multiple electronics

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How to Make Pesto Out of Different Greens

Did you know you can make pesto with other greens instead of just basil?

Pesto is fresh and green and has the right balance of savory and earthy flavors. From salads, sandwiches, and pasta to chicken and seafood, pesto can basically transform any dish into a nutrient-dense and savory meal.

Pesto originated in Genoa Italy and is traditionally made with pine nuts, Parmesan cheese or hard cheese like Pecorino, basil, garlic, and olive oil.

The exciting thing about pesto recipes is the versatility you can apply with the greens — so instead of using fresh basil, you can get creative with any green or herb you have an excess of such as collard, kale, arugula, and mustard greens. This is such a great idea to use for food preservation after an abundant gardening season, to utilize all the greens you received in a local CSA, or if you stocked up at the market or grocery store on different greens.

Adding leafy greens, like spinach, kale, Swiss chard, and collard greens, to your pesto is an excellent way to boost the nutrition of your meal and use up all those seasonal greens no matter what your region.

How To Make Pesto Out Of Different Greens 1. How To Make Pesto With Spinach

The super green is a nutrition workhorse, packing phytonutrients, such as beta-carotene and lutein, and supplying a slew of antioxidants and vitamins.

In this Spinach Basil Pesto recipe, I blend fresh basil with spinach, garlic,

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Sunday, July 12, 2020

How to Stop Emotional Eating During Social Isolation | Desi~licious RD

How to stop overeating, bingeing, restricting and other patterns of compulsive eating during a pandemic. Learn how to develop a healthy relationship with food during the quarantine.

Can you believe we’re almost in the middle of July already? 2020 has definitely seen it’s fair share of major events over the last few months, all while under the cloud of a pandemic. None of us were really prepared to deal with the unique challenges that this year has brought due to a drastic shift in our routines. Many of us have been adjusting to running our lives completely out of our homes, and despite what some may believe, no one is immune to the effects that social isolation has on our emotional well-being

With a lot of us being in such proximity to food, emotional eating has become even more prevalent. How do you counter negative thoughts when it comes to your body and food? 

The truth is, sometimes you can’t. 

These are deeply ingrained in many of us through diet culture, and it can be a tough process to unlearn. Considering that many of us may be experiencing this right now, I thought it would be helpful to break down the basics of emotional eating so that you can have the tools to build and nurture a healthy relationship with food. 

What is Emotional Eating?

One thing I frequently discuss with my clients is how to identify physical hunger vs emotional hunger in order to eat more intuitively. Eating

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