For almost 3000 years, much of the world ate (and many parts still eat) a wild plant that is now a domesticated food – the tiger nut.
To protect drinking water from disease-causing organisms, municipal authorities routinely add disinfectant to public water supplies. Chlorine is by far the the most widely used chemical for this purpose.
This important and very necessary process of disinfection has significantly reduced the incidence of waterborne illness by killing disease carrying microbes.
If that addictive Starbucks vanilla latte habit is burning a hole in your wallet and your health, I’ve got a tasty and nourishing alternative for you to try!
Overnight oats is becoming quite a thing these days as people begin to reawaken to the wisdom of traditional diets and ancestral food preparation.
Most people use rolled oats for this process, which involves an eight hour or overnight soak prior to a thorough cooking.
What if you prefer the nuttier texture of steel cut oats,
Native Americans began cultivating wild rice many millennia ago. An important staple in this traditional diet, various tribes across the northern United States and Canada developed hundreds of heirloom varieties during this time.
One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to wean off sugar or at least do a temporary sugar detox.
While an admirable health goal that will absolutely improve your health in every way, it is quite difficult to accomplish in our sugar saturated society.
Have you ever asked yourself whether New Year’s resolutions are actually “healthy”?
It seems to me that if the stress from a resolution is too great, it can (ironically) derail the very action steps necessary to achieve it!