(November, 2019 Health Tip) “Mindful Mouthful” is not a new expression. The L.A. Times did an article called “Being Mindful of Each Mouthful” over fifteen years ago. Doctors, nutritionists and dieticians have talked about mindfulness when you eat. There’s a store/bakery in Canada named “The Mindful Mouthful” who provide customers, food with a purpose. We… Continue reading Practice “Mindful Mouthful” Eating
Did you know that a reasonably inactive adult loses approximately 2 litres of water a day through breath, sweat and urine? All drinks, apart from alcohol count toward making up this amount including tea and coffee – and more than a third of our water comes from our food. You may require more fluid if… Continue reading Hungry? Drink Some Water First.
Background: Well over a year ago I discovered Miracle Noodle products. They are well-known for their world-famous Miracle Noodles, which are healthy and diet-friendly plant-based pastas. They are low calorie, low/no carb, grain-free, blood sugar-friendly, gluten free, weight loss-friendly, shirataki noodles and rice. Being a pasta lover (but not loving the calories or the carbs)… Continue reading Roasted Pork Pineapple Fried (Miracle) Rice
Sometimes you just need your Mexican food fix. But unfortunately most Mexican food can add on calories and carbs pretty fast. However, our Mermaid Taco Salad is healthy and nutritious with its all-natural ingredients. You really don’t need any store-bought dressings or chips in there. But if you do want a little crunch, you can… Continue reading Mermaid Taco Salad
As a health coach, I am constantly reminded of our own need for exploring our own individual personalized journey for a better health wellness and beauty. About 7-8 months ago my husband, Jim, was going through normal follow-up testing to see if he had any reoccurring prostate cancer. His cancer was addressed with the… Continue reading Sharing A Personal Journey
Fruit and vegetables are packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. They are low in calories and nutrient dense. By focusing on eating the recommended daily amount of at least 5 servings of fruit and vegetables and it will naturally fill you up and help you cut back on unhealthy foods. A serving is half… Continue reading 4 Ways to Add More Fruit & Vegetables to Your Diet
Many people aren’t necessarily fans of broccoli – either raw or steamed (and it can be easily overcooked resulting in a mushy bad tasting veggie). But it’s pretty good as part of a Tempura dish, but it’s oh so tasty when it is roasted, (like other veggies are, e.g., cauliflower, brussel sprouts, potatoes, etc.). You… Continue reading Spicy Roasted Broccoli
Feeling bloated? We ran across this article and recipe in Cooking Light about the three best foods to fight bloating, and a recipe that contains all three and wanted to share. Always remember that first, water is the best antidote to bloating, but this yummy drink will certainly help as well. 3 Foods to Fight… Continue reading Pineapple Lassi
We know that fruits and vegetables are good for us. We know that fresh produce may reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, and cancer, while also helping to manage our weight. But according to the CDC, we aren’t getting enough of either. That’s why both juicing and blending have become so popular – both… Continue reading Juicing vs. Blending: Which Is Better for Us?
When we are at our events, I love to share my POV on not only our seaweed and healing mushroom-based products, but also on the importance of eating a more plant-based diet and less processed foods, and taking better care of yourself. We give away a prize package to a lucky winner at most of… Continue reading My Heart Soars Over this Feedback