Tired of salad for lunch? Here’s a satisfying veggie dish that’s quick and easy to make the night before. Add some nuts for a protein boost, and it’s a perfect midday brown-bag meal: Cauliflower Saffron Rice.
Posts By: Roberta Mittman
Are you tuned into the rhythm of life? Did your alarm jar you from bed way too early? Have you greeted the past three mornings with just a little more grumbling than usual? I bet quite a few heads are nodding right now—both in agreement and in a fight against creeping fatigue! Yes, the annual… Read more »
Has your plate started to look as “blah” as your daily routine? Kick your interest up a notch with—surprise!—an indulgent treat that packs potent nutrition, too: Boom! Yum!! Health Brownies!!! Save Print BOOM! YUM!! HEALTH BROWNIES!!! Ingredients coconut oil 4 pasture-raised eggs 1 cup coconut sugar 6 oz. organic dark (70% or more)… Read more »
The excitement and high activity of the new year has long since given over to routine everyday tasks. Those hopes for change in the coming months remain, but motivation? Hello, wayside! And the calendar hints that spring is coming soon, but it sure doesn’t feel like it yet. Life right now seems to be colorless… Read more »
On January 28th, the world welcomed the Year of the Red Rooster. Happy Chinese New Year to you! In Chinese tradition, every year is symbolized by one of twelve animals. The year itself, as well as the people born in that year, are believed to share the characteristics of that year’s representative creature. Were you… Read more »
I’ve been hearing clients around the world express concern about various troublesome and sometimes confusing symptoms. These complaints include fatigue, lack of energy, forgetfulness, lack of focus, pain, declining bone density, and just feeling “out of sorts” or “down in the dumps.” Could this be you? It’s okay. I wouldn’t be surprised if it is…. Read more »
I’ve been thinking lately about sustainability—the capacity for a practice or habit to continue, successfully, for the long term. We hear this word a lot when people talk about conserving resources or the environment. But I think “sustainability” is something we should consider on a much more personal scale, too. How we feel and whether… Read more »
The winding up of a thousand year-end details, the gradual transition into the coldest part of the winter, the ebb and flow of activity as we move from noisy, social holiday events to rest and quiet in our own spaces and minds…the spectrum we roam at this time of year can be a bit of… Read more »
Have you had your fill of heavy party food yet? Here’s a simple, delicious, and nutritious high-fiber option that makes a great alternative to yet another tray of chips and dip.