Cauliflower is a delicious cruciferous vegetable in abundance this time of year. Enjoy roasted cauliflower, cauliflower fried "rice" and a cauliflower crust pizza.
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Eating grass-fed is a conscious decision to eat animal products from animals who are eating their natural diet. It is healthier for the animals to be eating their natural diet and healthier for us as human beings. The food is more wholesome when the animal can eat their natural diet of grass, which often is infused with other greens making their diet high in nutrients.
You may have noticed a sudden rise in sprouted-grain products in supermarkets, such as breads, pastas, cereals, or even the grain itself. But what are sprouted grains anyways?
The days of avoiding the funky-looking white broccoli on the veggie trays at your office parties are over. We are here to make you love cauliflower! "Why should I love cauliflower?” you might ask. Well, it's pretty simple.
The statement "you have to eat every 3 hours to lose weight" is definitely false. The need to eat every 3 hours was touted for many years as the best way to lose weight, stemming from the belief that it would boost a person's metabolism. It was assumed that if you ate many small meals throughout the course of a day you would constantly be stimulating your metabolism and therefore burning more calories. However, in recent years studies have shown this is not the case.
Sleep, although important, is sometimes second in thought. People are always so busy worrying about having the proper exercise routines, nutritional plan, and supplement regiment, yet many people deprive themselves of the proper sleep they need during the night. Not getting enough sleep can have an effect on weight gain, and the foods that we eat can have an effect on the quality of sleep we have. Therefore, it is important to make sure we are eating properly, to ensure we are getting enough sleep each night.