At the end of last year, my grandma made a big announcement, that after a decade of being a devout vegetarian, that she was going to step up her game and become a vegan. She credits her decision to go fully plant-based to her love for animals and to the feeling of needing to do more. Over the course of her vegetarian journey she has become incredibly knowledgeable of health and nutrition and has made it her mission to share this knowledge with our family.
The term “lab-grown meat” sounds a bit like something out of a science fiction novel. However, scientists and researchers have found a way to cultivate meat without farming or having to kill animals. It’s not a meat alternative, it is real meat grown from animal cells, and experts even say it is good for our health.
Over the years, every time you look around, there seems to be a new diet. If it’s not this low-carb diet, it’s a raw food diet or the paleo diet. There are so many different lifestyle eating habits, each one with its slew of benefits and detriments. Amongst all of the information, how do you know which diet leads to the healthiest life?
Are you trying to diversify your diet while staying healthy? Having all this extra time at home is the perfect chance to explore new foods that taste good and still give you all the nutrients your body needs. There is no doubt that this year has brought unprecedented events that none of us anticipated. That […]
Baked Barley Risotto With Butternut Squash Let’s begin! Here’s what you’ll need: 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1 small butternut squash ( about 11/2 pounds) — peeled, seeded, and cut into 1-inch pieces (about 3 cups) 1 onion, finely chopped kosher salt and black pepper 1 cup pearl barley ½ cup dry […]