I used to dismiss chia pudding as Instagram eye candy that nobody needs, but once I began to ponder its many advantages, I changed my mind. Now I eat it at least twice a week and recommend it to all my clients. Here’s why: It’s ridiculously quick and easy to prepare, no cooking required, just […]
One of the things I love about intermittent fasting (i.e., not eating for 12+ hours overnight) is that when breakfast finally comes, I really appreciate my food! So much so that, after waiting to eat for many hours, I don’t want to just chug a boring old smoothie
I’m in two minds about smoothies. On the one hand, they contain a boatload of nutritious ingredients and can be prepared in a flash — that’s all great. But on the other, they tend to lead to rushed breakfasts and mindless eating.
My daughter had all her wisdom teeth removed recently and wasn’t allowed solid food for days. After a few glorious hours guzzling ice cream, chocolate milk and Gatorade, she got fed up with the sweet stuff and craved something savory.
Even (or especially?) crazy-busy people need a decent meal to start their day. Bircher Muesli to the rescue! This breakfast dish is inspired by a preparation pioneered in 1900 by the Swiss doctor Maximilian Bircher-Benner for