The New Year is almost here. I propose you one last easy recipe for this year that you can savor while you’re watching TV or partying with your friends. I wish you all the best, have a wonderful year and we see each other in 2014. Ingredients: 1/2 cup good-quality chopped dark chocolate 3 tablespoons… Continue reading Dark Chocolate Popcorn
There are only a few hours until Christmas, so we are already preparing for sleep. I just want to take the opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas! Hope you’re having a great time with your family and friends.
The following is a list of the top 7 Christmas herbs and spices and their uses today. Rosemary – a popular herb for cooking as well as for decorative uses. Go to your local grocery store or garden center during the holiday season to find small rosemary trees that are often decorated for the holiday… Continue reading Christmas Herbs and Spices
As the days draw closer to Christmas, it’s a perfect time to enjoy diffusing and blending essential oils that will help get us into the spirit of the season. Below is a list of essential oils well suited for incorporation into your favorite holiday diffuser blends.
Chestnuts have been a valued food source in many cultures, notably those of China, Korea, Japan and the Mediterranean, and have been cultivated for more than 6,000 years in China and 3,000 years in Europe, according to Richard Litz, author of the book “Biotechnology of Fruit and Nut Crops.” 1. Digestive Health Chestnuts have a… Continue reading 5 Benefits of Chestnuts
Today I’ve got a special guest (it’s about David Novak, a syndicated newspaper columnist) who came from HealthLine.com to discuss with us an interesting subject. Hope you’re going to enjoy it and find this information useful. Many people who suffer from ADHD are directed towards medicine and treatments that have strong side effects. For those… Continue reading Natural Remedies for ADHD Symptoms