Let me suggest this: Google 'kale' and read the part about flatulence. Read it carefully. It's a little-spoken of side effect that packs a big wallop. I'm not making this up. For three days I had to, in good conscience, keep my distance from all other human beings. I will be keeping my distance from kale forever more. And boy, do I feel great!
With fall in full swing, time feels more scarce than ever. Yet, when we're busiest is actually when we most need nourishment to fuel our bodies through the day.
Travel to the outer edges of the kale universe.
Governments and some big businesses know most people get the same buzz from a good discount as they get from gambling. But the "house" always wins. This discount technique comes into play in our food, which most things are dirt-cheap compared to their organic counterparts.
Kale is everywhere. But which kind is the best?
I, for one, am a meat eater and am always skeptical about vegan restaurants, but with a menu as varied as it is satisfying, Sage is a welcome addition to the Culver City foodie landscape and a place I look forward to revisiting.
This salad, with all its exotic nuances, is equally as enchanting to the taste buds as it is to the eyes!I
Kale is so nutrient-dense, delicious, and surprisingly versatile that it bumps up the nutrition in everything from smoothies and salads to pizza and popcorn. Yes, there is a miracle in kale's crunch.
Western flavors for a Chinese classic.
Sarah Perry and her husband Tony Kingsley raised their three children to be compassionate and to stand up for their beliefs. They got it, especially w...
Kale is more nutrient-packed than spinach, but due to its strong flavor, many of my clients have to add a lot of high-calorie extras to eat it. Spinach is more mild and can be enjoyed without as much "doctoring" as kale.
Just like every media darling, these foods are better when paired with equally-impressive partners. These pairs have real chemistry -- a sort of molecular magic happens and their healing antioxidants become more readily absorbed or become exponentially more potent.
My ultimate measure of a food is its power to support brain health, and it is clear that more kale in your diet means a happier, healthier, sexier you -- all the basic signs that your brain is running well.
I ingest so much kale that my husband thinks I'm addicted. True, I do mix some with brown rice for lunch almost every day, sneak this green wonder into my family's nightly salads (they still can't tell the difference between kale and lettuce), and, yes, a bottle of my 'green juice' is with me at all times.
Traditionally, yogurt raita is served as a side to cool things down if there is a lot of spicy dishes.
When fashion and food collide it's usually bad news for food.