Because I don’t consume a lot of milk and cheese, I have found many alternative calcium-rich foods. Did you know sesame seeds and kale are rich in calcium? I love using tahini (ground sesame seeds) in my smoothies to give me a delicious and bone-building boost. Coupled with mineral-rich kale, I am treating myself to a bone-healthy treat. […]
According to Dr. Andrew Weil*, “perhaps that’s because we tend to make grand plans that are difficult to achieve rather than take simple, realistic steps.” He offers a list of five small changes that can pay off for your health in a big way in 2016. I’ve summarized his list and added on my own advice, as follows:
I adore these versatile gluten-free, quinoa fritters…they are so simple to make. And, as you know, I’m all about simple! I serve them as an appetizer with hummus and also enjoy them all on their own. They can even be served as a main dish with some tomato sauce on the side.