Muscle soreness following a vigorous workout is sometimes managed by stretching, practicing yoga, soaking in a hot bath and simply suffering through. But who wants to suffer?
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Rhubarb shines all on its own.
Cardamom, one of my favorite spices, pairing magnificently with the carrots in this cake.
Every year I look forward to asparagus season, but this year is special: I'll be harvesting my own asparagus!
Buckwheat grain gives an amazing flour with a rich and deep earthy texture which fits perfectly in these cookies. Buckwheat is also gluten- and wheat-free, making it an ideal flour substitute in most dishes for people with related allergies.
I made these curry-spiced parsnip and sweet potato fries on a whim one chilly afternoon.
The traditional holiday dishes fare bountiful, with each representing either prosperity, wealth, health, longevity, or some other desirable outcome.
With coffee cake and mulled wine, being snowed in won't seem like such a drag after all.
These ginger-filled recipes will add warmth and a bit of zing to your busy holiday season.
This soup is hot and laced with tons of ginger to keep anyone warm and happy. Enjoy it on a cold winter day!
This preserve uses whole figs that have their stems removed but I keep their skins because I like them.
The jaguar, which must be a dominant male, is padding steadily towards us around a bend on the path.
Do you upcycle your food scraps? We're not talking compost here, we're talking re-growing food from scraps you might have tossed.
A new study reveals that the spread of cancer may be reduced with common over-the-counter drugs.
Before you give up the pharmaceutical solution in favor of an herbal remedy, let me strongly urge you to keep your doctor and other caregivers (don't forget your pharmacist!) in the treatment loop.
by guest blogger Mao Shing Ni, DOM, PhD, ABAAHP, Lac, doctor of Chinese medicine, antiaging specialist, and author of Secrets of Longevity.
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At the beginning of a new year it is a natural instinct to cast off the winter blues and feel renewed. It is also a great time to eliminate the toxins from the holidays.
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