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The Surprising Health Benefits of Growing Your Own Food

In today’s modern age, grocery store shopping has become a convenient norm that’s getting more convenient with each passing year. The advent of personal grocery shoppers and delivery services has made it even easier to “trust” that grocery stores sell quality food. Unfortunately, there’s a hidden cost for these conveniences that’s way too easy to overlook. If you’ve ever considered growing your own food, you may be surprised at the number of health benefits that come with having your very own backyard garden. Likewise, if you’re considering switching to a plant-based diet, the Hallelujah Diet fits in nicely with the...

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Tahini Miso Covered Cauliflower Steaks

Add these Tahini Miso Covered Cauliflower Steaks to your menu! You can enjoy this recipe as an entree with a side of protein, greens, and maybe some grains/carbohydrates or as a side dish — regardless of how you enjoy it, the star of the show is really the tahini miso sauce. What Is Miso? Let’s talk about this fermented kinda funky umami paste made from soybeans and mold called koji (Aspergillus oryzae from soybeans, barley, or rice) — sounds good right? Miso is traditionally used in Japanese cooking and used for its health benefits and delicious umami taste. But wait, there...

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Use This Mindful Eating Exercise to Bring Awareness to Your Eating Patterns

Use this mindful eating exercise to compassionately explore your current eating habits and what is and is not working for you. Do you ever feel like nourishing yourself well still doesn’t come fully naturally and consistently for you? Maybe you notice you’re always hungry or have strong cravings. Or maybe you know you can’t stop snacking in the afternoon. Or that you feel tired and sluggish all day. But, what you can’t seem to figure out is how to pinpoint exactly what’s causing truly causing these feelings and behaviors. When you’re don’t have the clarity on exactly what’s causing your block...

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Dieting with Diabetes: Essential Dos & Don’ts

Believe it or not, if you have type 2 diabetes, you’re not destined to have this chronic disease forever. Studies show that almost 90% of patients who underwent bariatric surgery for weight loss experienced normal blood sugar and remained diabetes-free (although we do not recommend this) for 10 years after their surgeries. Studies like this show that achieving a healthy weight and lifestyle not only can prevent type 2 diabetes but reverse it, too. Dieting with Diabetes: DOs Following a few healthy lifestyle tips helps get and keep blood sugar under control when you have diabetes. Switch to a Plant-Based...

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Vegetable Rice Noodle Nourish Bowl With Peanut Sauce

This Vegetable Rice Noodle With Peanut Sauce Foundational Five Nourish Bowl is a great example of how to make a fully delicious and equally nutritious meal that will leave you satisfied and well-nourished. This Nourish Bowl is inspired by the many flavors from Thailand. When I traveled to Thailand in 2015 I had the joy and honor to soak up the Thai culture including the most delicious fresh foods, including rice and vegetable noodles dishes with peanut sauces, pad thai, mango rice desserts, teas, incredible street food, and so many delicious foods. I love making traditional pad thai at home,...

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10 Science-Backed Reasons Why You Should Start A Meditation Practice | Desi~licious RD

10 Science-Backed Reasons Why You Should Start A Meditation Practice | Desi~licious RD - Shahzadi Devje, Desi~licious RDFacebookInstagramPinterestTwitterYouTubeFacebookInstagramPinterestTwitterYouTube We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.OkPrivacy policy

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3 Shifts That Need to Happen to Let Go of Dieting for Good

Letting go of diets and plans is such a beautiful first step in reclaiming balance with the way you nourish yourself, creating a positive food experience, and caring for your wellbeing. But in order to find and maintain a more balanced approach to your eating habits, you not only have to stop dieting, but you also have to reframe your thoughts about food. These key shifts with how you think about nutrition will help prevent you from feeling pulled back to diets and allow you to replace those old habits with new supportive and sustainable habits. [embedded content] 1. Focus...

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Kale Health Benefits

This is a leafy green that is probably no stranger to you now. Kale has had its many moments in the health spotlight. You may think you know all there is to know about this leaf cabbage, but we are willing to bet that we might be able to astonish you with a few more facts about the health benefits of kale! There’s so much nutrition in plant-based foods and discoveries of the health benefits of foods like kale are still ongoing! What is Kale? Kale or leaf cabbage belongs to a group of cabbage (Brassica Oleracea) cultivars grown for...

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Apple Health Benefits

Organic apples are one of the most popular fruits. Whether to snack on, to cook with, to add to a meal, or as an additive to health supplements and can be added to a large variety of recipes. You will find apples are an exceptionally healthy fruit with many research-backed health benefits that may surprise you. Grown on the apple tree, (Malus Domestica), apples originated from Central Asia. Here are some of the health benefits of adding apples to your regular diet that you may not know. Nutrient-Packed One medium-sized apple with a diameter of roughly 3 inches, equals 1.5...

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Necessity of Supplements With Exercise

We’re all looking to lead healthy lifestyles, especially with a new year, we all make our resolutions to help better ourselves, whether that be with a new career, new diet, new exercise routine, or all of the above. What some may not realize though, when embarking on this new exercise routine, is that they’ll need to make other changes for their body as well. Exercising is great, but you may find that you need to add a few more things to your routine along with your new exercise regimen. Vitamins and minerals are especially important, especially if you are working...

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