With Passover cleaning and prep, school vacation and travel, National Stress Awareness Month (in April) couldn’t come at a better time. Incorporate greens into your diet and tackle stress eating.
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Like many of us, I have a mixed bag of eaters in my house. It is important to me that we all eat our vegetables, and adding dark leafy greens to smoothies has been a big hit even with my pickiest eaters.
Mindfulness practices and meditation are becoming popular and mainstream. A March 2017 program at Pearlstone Retreat Center gives women the chance to combine mindfulness meditation with eating awareness.
I have been experimenting with gluten-free challah recipes since my son developed an allergy several years ago. This challah recipe will come out more like a batter than a dough, so be prepared with a challah mold or a cupcake tray if you would like to make smaller portions. Also, I find that making my…
With multiple meals, each featuring an abundance of heavy foods, the high holidays are a perfect time to think about what and how we eat and take the opportunity to make changes.
Visiting a nutritionist after her cancer treatment, Sara was shocked to discover that she was eating way too much sugar, so she began to explore natural ways to satisfy her sweet tooth.
We love these chocolate cupcakes for special treats. They keep for about three days in a sealed container at room temperature and a few weeks in the refrigerator. I often put in about half of the recommended sweetener if I use maple syrup because it has such a robust flavor.
Diagnosed with breast cancer as a young mother, Sara cooked her way back to health, but when she took a look at what her children were eating, she found something else.
My oldest daughter, Meirav, age 12, created these curly oven potato chips. She loves to bring them as snacks to school and can make them on her own. Other root vegetables such as beets, sweet potatoes and carrots would also be delicious.