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Home cooking is on everyone’s radar right now in light of our “shelter in place” situation, and one of the best things you can do to build your family’s immunity is cook healthy delicious meals that are rich in immune-boosting nutrients.
As my special surprise for you today, I’m giving you a sneak peek recipe from my new cookbook that is sure to become a family favorite.
As COVID-19 sweeps the country, it looks like quarantine is on the horizon. The good news is that grocery stores will remain open so we can continue to get supplies. But, the question remains – what do you really need during prolonged times of social distance, illness, and even quarantine?
With so much information floating around cyberspace about this pandemic, it’s important to know the truth. Over the past 3 weeks, I’ve been in and out of multiple airports and even took a vacation on a cruise ship (read here on why I’m not afraid of catching the coronavirus).
Viral illnesses are hitting hard this year, no doubt about it. The flu has hit with a vengeance and the Wuhan coronavirus looks like it’s not far behind. The media coverage would have us believe that all we can do is wash our hands, hoard supplies and self-quarantine in our homes. New information is coming in daily, but here's what my family and I are doing now to stay healthy during these illness outbreaks of late.
How would you like to lose up to 12 pounds in just one week while sipping detox soup?
You’d be amazed at the difference a pot of soup can make! My Fat Flush Soup recipe first went viral almost a decade ago, and people around the world have collectively lost millions of pounds on it. It was inspired by a study from Penn State that showed how two detox soup meals each day can boost weight loss by 200 percent and cut hunger so you're consuming 450 calories less per meal.
An average of 50% of people on diets fail, and you're not totally to blame. Here's why...
Everyone starts a new diet fully committed and ready to jump in with both feet. But – depending on which study you read – an average of 50 percent of people are no longer on their diet a year later and haven’t met their weight loss goal. So, why do diets fail so often?
You may be hitting your goal weight on the keto diet, but is it worth risking your heart health and longevity? February is Heart Health month, and for good reason – heart disease is still the leading cause of death worldwide. Because an astounding 45 percent of all heart attacks are silent – meaning they have no obvious symptoms – we must look for clues that you may be at risk. And the first place the First Lady of Nutrition looks is your diet.