Keeping colds at bay is an ongoing challenge, so we rounded up the best foods and supplements to help support your immune system. Whether you’re looking to clean up your diet with fresh produce picks or need a new multivitamin, keep reading for everything you’ll need.
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.
[schema description]Whether you’re feeling under the weather or just craving comfort food, this updated chicken noodle soup hits the spot. A bright lemon-ginger broth adds tons of flavor to chicken breasts and mixed veggies, while zucchini “noodles” keep it light and fresh. [/schema]
This recipe appears in the Thrive Market cookbook, Healthy Living Made Easy. Get your copy here, and find the ingredients in this shopping list. [schema description]Fresh ginger, garlic, and green chiles add bold flavor to this simple one-pot meal of chicken and rice. As the rice cooks, it steams the chicken so it comes out extra ...
[schema description]Usher in springtime with a smooth and silky lemon tart. At first bite, you taste the zesty lemon curd, then the sweet and bright flavor of raspberry preserves, followed by the crisp gingersnap crust. Richly hued and flavored, this dessert makes a lovely addition to the Easter table.[/schema]
[schema description]Tofu isn’t just for vegetarian stir-fry—when baked with a little sesame oil, it transforms into a surprisingly addictive, crunchy appetizer. Serve ’em with a sweet and savory sesame-ginger dipping sauce for an Asian-inspired hors d’oeuvre your guests won’t soon forget. [/schema]
It seems like the spotlight is always shifting when it comes to certain superfoods being touted as the next health miracle: bone broth, amaranth, coconut. But for centuries, a certain root with powerful medicinal properties has been quietly healing the world: ginger. Time to get up close and personal with this ingredient and learn how ...
Spicy, sweet, and distinctively flavorful, ginger isn’t for the faint of heart. A shot of raw ginger juice is often so strong it causes the eyes to water and lungs to burn, but it doesn’t always need to be that aggressive. Just a dash of dried or fresh ginger adds an extra kick to chai ...
[schema description] This twist on radishes with salt and butter pairs the tender crunch of roasted radishes with hearty soba noodles.[/schema]
If you want to get healthy, but feel daunted by the idea of totally overhauling your lifestyle, take a step back and focus on the little things.
These little molasses cookies hold two secrets within their delightful gingery bite.
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.
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