by Margaret Lively Capsaicin is the chemical component in hot peppers that makes them taste spicy. It is also a clinically proven and safe topical therapy for pain relief for arthritis and joint tenderness. Capsaicin binds to nerve receptors and initially causes a burning, tingling sensation, which is followed by an analgesic effect or the… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Recipes
For busy professionals and the like, this “finger lickin’” good recipe is quick and easy, and leftovers travel well to the office the next day for lunch. Pair it with a simple salad, and dinner is served!
Recipe by Marti Wolfson www.martiwolfson.com If you’re feeling headachy, you may still be hungry, but you don’t want to eat anything too challenging. Quinoa has been quite the star grain since its nutritional power was discovered. Gluten-free and a complete protein, quinoa is a great alternative to rice. Make a large pot. When you’re… Read more »
Recipe by Margaret Lively 1 1/2 c. almond flour, sifted 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1 tbsp. grapeseed or olive oil 1 farm fresh egg fresh or dried herbs to taste (rosemary, basil, etc.) Mix ingredients into a dough ball. Roll out between two pieces of parchment paper. Bake on non-stick cookie sheet at 350… Read more »