Easy Vegan French Onion Soup Recipe

Vegetarian French Onion Soup is delicious, elegant, and surprisingly easy to prepare. This is a vegan twist on the classic French onion soup, the main difference being that I use vegetable broth instead of beef broth. With just six ingredients and a little patience (no interference) while the onions caramelize, you’ll wonder why you didn’t … Read more

UK Eases COVID Testing Rules for International Visitors

Thursday, January 6, 2022 – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday that pre-departure testing of people traveling to the UK will no longer be required as restrictions aimed at containing the international spread of the highly contagious variant Omicron are now in place. Does not make sense. The change should come as welcome … Read more

Healthy Fried Rice Recipe (It’s Easy!)

This healthy fried rice recipe is nutritious and easy to prepare packed With delicious flavours. And the best part? It’s ready in just 15 minutes. Once you make healthy fried rice, you’ll never go back This reader’s comment says it all: “Oh my gosh, I’m not overreacting at all: This is the best rice recipe … Read more

CBT-I: How to Get Better Sleep When Nothing Works

Reviewed by Jennifer Martin, PhD It’s 3:17 am, and you’re awake. Your bedroom is a cool 65° F, and inky black thanks to your blackout blinds. You haven’t touched caffeine since 10 am. You meditated before bed. And if you count one more stupid lamb, you’re going to scream. You’ve done everything right. Why can’t … Read more

What is PCOS? Advice for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Reviewed by Stephanie Paver, MS, RD What is PCOS | Causes | Symptoms | PCOS Diet | Treatment | Weight Loss | For Coaches Acne, hair in weird places, weight gain, wonky periods, and fertility struggles. Those are just some of the symptoms of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal problem that affects up to … Read more

How to Build Resilience – Precision Nutrition

Imagine life with nothing to challenge you, change you, or encourage you to grow. Sounds like a total snooze, right? Well, that’s a life with no stress. In reality, we want a “Goldilocks amount” of stress: not too much, but also not too little. So why does so much of the advice around stress management … Read more

Pot Use Raises Risks After Severe Form of Stroke

Friday, January 7, 2022 — If you have any risk factors for stroke and would like to smoke pot, a new study suggests you should stop writing. Researchers found that people with aneurysms with subarachnoid hemorrhage, a rare and severe type of hemorrhagic stroke, who used marijuana three to 30 days before their stroke were … Read more