Posted by Ali Slagle on January 25th, 2013
Not only is this Pomegranate Cooler from The Longevity Kitchen delicious, but it also contains high levels of antioxidants to boost energy and health. This drink is infused with hibiscus, which has been shown to lower cholesterol and control fat build-up in arteries. Its floral, tangy flavor brings out the best tasting qualities of the pomegranate, and the use of frozen berries means we can enjoy this drink year-round. Cheers to your health!
Posted by Ali Slagle on January 18th, 2013
Jaden Hair’s approachable recipes have brought fast, fresh, and tasty dishes to dinner tables time and time again with her wildly popular Steamy Kitchen blog, and the accessible and exciting Asian food in her forthcoming book Steamy Kitchen’s Healthy Asian Favorites—all flavor-packed, naturally gluten-free, and including little to no meat—is no exception. See the trailer of Jaden’s new book and get the recipe for a warm, comforting winter dish here!
Posted by Ali Slagle on January 9th, 2013
Not only is this Butternut Squash recipe delicious, but it helps heal heartburn naturally, says Dr. Jorge Rodriguez and Susan Wyler, the authors of The Acid Reflux Solution. Much less butter and more vegetables make this risotto less than traditional but much more GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) friendly.
Posted by Ali Slagle on December 17th, 2012
Author of Cindy’s Supper Club– Cindy Pawlcyn– says this stew is great any time of year–with a tomato salad in summer, roasted squash in fall, or a beet salad in winter–but really all you need to accompany this Greek stew is some crusty bread. And maybe a glass of wine.
Posted by Ali Slagle on December 13th, 2012
What’s the secret to this sweet yet spicy squash soup? Ginger and pineapple! In the winter months, you can also use apple or pear to get that unexpected tang, says Lou Lambert, author of Big Ranch, Big City.