Storing your groceries properly can be confusing. How do you know how long something will last? Where is the best place to store it?
Here is a handy chart to help you organize and plan:
I got sick, and I’m still sick, the kind where you sneeze 30 times a day, have no energy, you get chilly then sweaty, and you’re exhausted. Plus no appetite.
I couldn’t even taste food. But what I could taste, fortunately, were blood oranges. Ice cream. Caramel popcorn. I realized that I could taste sugar but not savory flavours.
So I feasted on blood oranges. I started with one of course.
The oranges made me feel good. I was always thirsty so the oranges provided moisture, sweet delicious flavor and relief.
So the next day, when the sickness had not subsided yet, I ate more. I cut them into four’s and then peeled them. I realized I liked them refrigerated. So I ate them cold.
Have you ever eaten these luscious citrus gems?
Food should look as good as it is nutritious for your body. Choosing the beautiful ripe fruit to add to your yogurt bowl can help make breakfast, snack or any meal more enjoyable.
Yogurt is nutritious on it’s own:
Choose fruit instead of simple white sugar.
The more colorful the more antioxidants, the more nutritious. And consequently, the more delicious.
How do you make your favorite yogurt bowl?
Ripe bananas have some pretty powerful nutritional benefits.
Or are you like me, where the darker the banana the sweeter and softer it is in the more you enjoy it?
Enjoy your bananas!
They’re like little ruby jewels; packed with nutritional benefits and flavour. These red little soldiers fight against disease in the body.
In the middle of each Golden Nugget is an edible seed filled with antioxidants and dietary medicine.
They say eat the rainbow, and these ruby red juicy pearls are no exception. Pomegranates are packed with good things healthy for you. There are so many benefits:
I never need a reason to eat olives. I’ve always loved them. All kinds too!
My favorite are the ones with pits. I feel they have the most flavor, as they have been processed the least amount.
But if it wasn’t enough that they taste amazing and I could eat them almost all day long… Here are some nutritional benefits to eating olives:
Both yogurt and bananas on their own are so delicious! And of course when you eat them together they taste delicious also.
No matter how fancy (or expensive) your yogurt, however, there are so many health benefits!
The natural vitamins and antioxidants in fruits and vegetables can boost your immunity. Remember that fruits and vegetables come directly from the earth. So while taking vitamins from a bottle is convenient, when you can, stick to whole natural foods.
For example, take this pineapple, carrot and ginger juice:
Depending on your taste buds, here are some more recipes that can boost your immunity for this winter season:
It’s sweet, juicy and full of vitamins. So many health benefits:
And pears contain quite a bit of fiber. So this not only helps move the rest of your food through the digestive tract, but also helps to keep you full for longer. This is what makes a pear an excellent weight-loss food.
Take a pear with you for a snack. I love my pears ripe. When I press the skin it shouldn’t be as hard as an apple. And when I smell the fruit it should smell beautiful. That’s when I know it is ready to eat.