November Healthy Recipes Available from Home Cures That Work
In the world of farmer’s market food, cauliflower doesn’t stand a chance against vibrant red tomatoes and green superfoods like kale and avocados. It’s white, lumpy, and unattractive. It looks freakily similar to the human brain.
But cauliflower is cheap — a head typically runs about $3 and can yield enough florets for two-to-three meals. But its visual blandness is its greatest strength.
Cauliflower tastes delicious when roasted whole, grilled as a steak, or mashed like potatoes. But the cruciferous vegetable really wins style points when it’s chopped up into tiny nutritious morsels. Cauliflower “rice” is amazing for turning your favorite recipes into gluten-free, low-carb versions.
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Is stress actually a good thing for your health? What if your worst enemy—that dark cloud of stress that is always hanging around—could be your best friend? Dr. Scott Saunders, M.D. thinks it’s 100 percent possible. He believes you can use stress for your benefit. In fact, it can even make you happier, healthier, and better able to reach your goals.
So how do you stop freaking out about your endless to-do list, money problems, relationships issues, and everything else life throws at you?
Try these 10-minute steps for a whole new perspective on stress.
Natural Remedy Highlight
Rubbing a tiny amount of clove oil on your gums will temporarily ease toothache pain like nothing else, except a dentist with his Novocain.
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