This chili is loaded with super foods, including turmeric and combines sweet potatoes with black beans, which is nearly genius - full of great flavors and packed with vitamins and nutrients to keep us healthy during the cold winter months. Here’s what you’ll need:
With flowers in full bloom and the pollen forecast reaching new heights, you’re probably looking for a way to fight those springtime sniffles. Over the counter medications just can’t seem to get the job done and they come with a whole stash of undesirable side effects. Skip the sneezing and kick your allergies to the curb this season with antihistamine and anti-inflammatory foods.
Making changes to your diet can increase your chances of a healthy egg, healthy sperm and healthy pregnancy. To ensure optimal nutritional wellness, pre-pregnancy and beyond, you can avoid harmful foods and practices, while also building healthy habits that promote health and well-being for you and baby. Give these tips a try to boost your fertile health:
For this recipe, I used corn tortillas. They are a bit heartier in texture, compared to flour tortillas. Unlike many flour tortillas that are full of artificial ingredients and inflammatory oils, the ingredients in the corn tortillas are simple – organic corn, lime and water. You can often find them refrigerated or in the freezer section at your grocery store, a health food store or the farmer’s market depending on where you live.