It's become pretty common lately for people to refer to themselves as "spiritual" -- especially those into yoga, meditation, chakra, etc. "Spiritual...
Add a few to your shelf and that new you will be eating pretty well in 2015.
by guest blogger Patricia Helding, owner of Fat Witch Bakery and author of Fat Witch Bake Sale Even a couple of days after watching the Super Bowl,...
I eat mostly vegetables and fruit, some complex carbs and small amounts of fish and chicken. Ironically, I am much closer to being a true vegetarian today than I ever was when I declared myself one as a naïve teenager.
Between faster Internet, more options for cruisers traveling alone and pick-your-own deals, 2015 is shaping up to be a great year for cruisers. Whether you've set sail numerous times or are contemplating taking your first cruise, this year promises to be a memorable one for those hitting the high seas.
Is it possible to consume animal protein and still lay claim to a modicum of concern for animal welfare? I don't propose to answer that question, merely to explore the opportunities in our current social construct to make the attempt.
Vegetarian restaurants are on the rise, and they are becoming more creative and playful by the day.
Let's start to respect one another's choices regarding food. Vegan, vegetarian, gluten-free, paleo, diabetic, celiac disease, heart-healthy, Crohn's ...
Those snackable bright green soybeans are a staple in my home.
Notice the values that have driven you in the past and be aware of what you most value now. There are a vast number of reasons and rewards for adhering to a plant-based approach, but it's most important that the choice personally resonates for you.
The fast-paced nature of college can be stressful, but being vegan doesn't have to be part of that stress! It will be okay if you can't maintain a strict vegan diet at all times; slipups happen, life happens.
Yoga isn't just about pretzel shapes and handstands, it's about recognizing and nourishing the light that resides within.
Of course it's hard to change habits. Habits start out as tiny threads, and each time you repeat the habit, you add a new thread. Eventually, you've got not a thread but a cable, and it's very hard to break.
Eating well doesn't have to be an exercise in self denial. In fact, preparing and eating flavorful, satisfying food that just happens to be good for you will do more than just make you look and feel better.
Back in the day, we used to breeze past cauliflower in the grocery aisle. Fast-forward to 2015, and our love for the versatile veggie couldn't be stronger. From spicy and roasted whole to whipped into a velvety soup, here are seven of the best cauliflower recipes guaranteed to make you fall in love, too.
Enjoy, and avoid the dread of holiday bloat, with these easy guilt-free tips below: 1) Exercise the morning before your feast and walk afterwards: ...