A warm bowl of soup can really hit the spot when the weather is cold. Here are several recipes that our clients have shared that not only help warm the body, they lift the spirits and are a great comfort food to enjoy as the snow flies.(more…)
The leaves are falling, winter is coming and you (hopefully!) have a bounty of food from your garden waiting to be consumed. Here are some quick crockpot recipes to help warm you up this autumn season.(more…)
One of the hardest things for many people trying to live a healthier lifestyle is what to do in social situations when alcohol is available. As a society, we love our booze and it alcohol has become an integral part of many social gatherings and situations. So much so, that it is often deemed odd to not have a drink in hand and many of these events.
Have no fear – we have come up with several ‘mocktails’ that will ease the pressure to drink and allow you to enjoy a refreshing (and hydrating) beverage to boot – Cheers! (more…)
If you love Kombucha, and are not loving the price tag that comes along with store bought Kombucha, you may want to try making this fermented tea at home. The challenge that initially presents itself (besides patience) is where to get a SCOBY or a symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast. Cultures for Health offers a starter kit as well as supplies but if you’re in the mood to do things the old fashioned way (sort of), keep reading…
Kombucha is one of those beverages people either love or maybe not so much.
Here at Natural Solutions for Healthy You, we love Kombucha. If not for the natural source of probiotics created through the fermentation process, then for the mad scientist feeling you get growing microorganisms in a jar on your kitchen counter (AKA the lab). It may not sound very appetizing to some, but if you love natural processes you may end up falling in love with the end product.