So many of us had parents and grandparents that had a “science experiment” bubbling away in the pantry of fermented goodness. Our ancestors have been fermented foods for thousands of years to preserve the harvest and make their food last longer. However, the more research is done on these foods, the more we are discovering how healthy these foods are for us!
With the kids back in school and the winter months fast approaching, it is time to take a look at ways to boost immune health and decrease the risk of illness during cold and flu season. Here are 8 helpful tips to help keep the whole family healthy and happy.
I’m sure you haven’t read anything recently about coconut oil (ha).
Is it really that bad for you? Spoiler alert- NO!!
Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way- let’s explore the research.
Free-range, pastured, organic, or natural eggs? The choices are endless! Have you ever stared at the egg section in the grocery store? There are so many options and it can be overwhelming to know what is the healthiest option. Come along with me as we finally put an end to all of these questions.
First of all, what’s with all the labels?
There are 4 major labels that go on an egg carton that you need to understand.
You’ve heard the same broken record for years: eat your fruits and vegetables. We’ve even tried to make eating fruits and veggies a fun thing for kids with the “Eat the Rainbow” motto and the “5-A-Day” serving guidelines.