When we think of medicine today, much of it is synthetic and man-made. Thousands of years ago, however, medicine relied heavily on natural substances like herbs and roots.
If you need some extra inspiration to try out new flavors in the kitchen, look no further! Along with adding plenty of delicious flavor, many common spices have incredible health benefits. Read on to learn more about a few spices that will elevate your meals and well-being. 1. Chili pepper If you dig food with ...
If you’re looking to make a wellness tonic on repeat all winter, grab your favorite seasonal citrus and get juicing. In this episode of Prep School, Megan Mitchell is showing you one of her favorite versions featuring golden turmeric and a kick from cayenne pepper.
Usually an upset tummy is a signal that it’s time to put down the candy—but this time, it’s the reverse. The magic ingredient here? Ginger.
Popularity is a fickle thing—especially on the food scene. Just as soon as the cronut reaches its peak, a ramen burger dethrones it as the most lusted-after dish.
Even if you’re the one doing the breaking up, when a relationship falls apart, it can take a serious toll on your body and mind. Sure, we know that food isn’t love, but that donut looks like a sweet rebound when you’re feeling heartbroken.
[schema description]Get a jolt of long-lasting energy from ripe peaches, carrots, and detoxifying turmeric. It’s the ultimate edible expression of orange![/schema]
[schema description]The kick of fresh ginger gives welcome heat to this blueberry-banana smoothie, made with almond milk. Plus, both blueberry and ginger are natural immune boosters, so you’ll ward off illness, too![/schema]
Is it hot in here? My back hurts. I feel bloated. My skin is red and itchy! They may be common, but these symptoms aren’t normal—and they don’t have to be written off as side effects of growing old.
[schema description] Think you can’t do better than a classic Arnold Palmer? Think again. We’ve updated the warm-weather staple with the fruitiness of hibiscus and the spice of ginger. [/schema]
The great thing about panna cotta, which literally translates to cooked cream, is that it can be made in advance.
These little molasses cookies hold two secrets within their delightful gingery bite.
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