If you're anything like me I had no idea what these paper covered looking things were. Are they are fruit? Are they a vegetable? How do you use them?Little did I know that they are grown really well here in New England during the early Fall and are a delicious alternative to your traditional grape tomato. Some people will also use them in more pastry type recipes, but I love incorporating them in salads, stir fry's, and delicious salsas like this recipe.
In my personal nutrition practice, I see the need for magnesium supplementation most commonly due to issues associated with sleep, gut health, and anxiety. Because magnesium has such a profound impact on our nervous system it is known as the "calming/relaxing" mineral, and I find that it can help my clients cope with stress, nervousness, and other general feeling of anxiety.
There really isn't anything more delicious than a late summer/early fall, local peach, picked right from a local farm. The stuff sold in the supermarket in the winter is like a bland, sad stand-in for the juicy goodness that is local peaches.
When you order/make your coffee...where does it fit in your daily food culture. Is it part of your social life with your spouse? Is it always guzzled down on the go? Do you know where your coffee even came from? If you did, do you think you would connect with it more?
I want people to connect with the flavor of their food, not be overwhelmed with sugar, and I am always thinking about how to highlight whole food ingredients in my recipes to support a healthy body. However, I want you to come to here to The Well Essentials because you are looking for a way to re-connect with your food, not diet. Re-connecting with our food is one of the pillars to achieving true health and wellness, it has nothing to do with dieting and restricting and everything to do with re-learning how to think about our food.