Sleep is actually essential and very good for your mind, body, and soul and we all need a good balance of it. However, a good night’s sleep is so underrated by most where being busy and making the most of every minute of your day, has become the norm. Getting at least 8 hours and no less than 6 hours of sleep each night can reduce your risks of developing life-threatening conditions. Are you able to get enough hours of shut-eye and much-needed rest as you should be?
Are you like me and love crunchy things? Like potato chips and tortilla chips? But we know that neither of these is very healthy for you. As kale became more and more popular, someone came up with a brilliant idea to add another way we can consume kale. And I love that someone for it. In this crispy kale chips recipe, I am using the curly green kale. For seasonings, just like potato chips, feel free to use different spices each time you make this recipe. Serve as finger food or enjoy as a snack. Don’t forget to share!
Quinoa is actually not a grain but a pseudo-cereal, a seed that is prepared and consumed like a grain. Regardless of how it is classified, quinoa is very nutritious for you. It contains an excellent amount of dietary fiber and a list of other vitamin and minerals. It has a crunchy texture and slightly nutty flavor and best of all, it is gluten-free! I love quinoa and I have completely substituted my white rice and grain consumption with quinoa. Need I convince you more to try this recipe?
Have you caught a ride on the CBD wave yet? It’s almost hard to miss as cannabidiol moves its way into the mainstream market and more studies are uncovering its amazing benefits. CBD has been used for thousands of years to treat various types of pain, but the medical benefits are much more far-reaching today. Let’s have a look at why you may want to consider how you can feel better from a long list of health issues that CBD may help. Here are just 15 amazing reasons why CBD oil may be so important for achieving optimal health
The majority of the magnesium in your body is stored in your bones, muscles and soft tissues. It is easy to become deficient in magnesium because either we do not consume enough magnesium-rich foods or our lifestyle such as high stress depletes our magnesium stores. Knowing how essential magnesium is for your body, what can you do to consume enough of this critically wonderful nutrient? Fortunately, adding magnesium-rich foods in your daily diet is a very simple way to up your magnesium levels.