Beans, legumes, and pulses can be calorie dense and not always easy to digest– here’s a few tips how to keep these nutrient packed foods in your diet without it affecting your weight and making it easier to digest.
Ghee is great to cook with, not only is ghee full of healthy nutrients, but it also has a high smoke-point and therefore much safer to cook with than most vegetable oils. That said, as much as I think ghee is great to use in cooking, I don’t believe it should be taken as an isolated dietary supplement. In today’s video I talk about why.
Every once in a while someone will tell me they’ve read such great information about coconut oil and ask if they should start taking it as a supplement, as in a few tablespoons a day? My response is “No, no, no!! (unless you want and need to be gaining weight and nothing else works!!).” Coconut oil is fine to cook and bake with, but I don’t believe in consuming extra quantities of it as a supplement. In today’s video I discuss why!
If you like nut butters like almond butter, peanut butter, cashew nut butter, etc., you’ll love coconut butter! And, it’s so much easier to make!! Not only can you use it as a spread, but you can also cook with it! Check out today’s video to see how to make fresh coconut butter and all the different ways you can use it.
I love Coconuts!! And making fresh coconut milk and coconut cream is super easy once you know how to open a mature coconut and get the fresh meat out. In today’s video my husband will demonstrate how to open a mature coconut (he’s the official coconut opener in our household!).