Yes, Chocolate IS Good For You!

Although it’s usually seen as an unhealthy treat, there is an undeniable link between chocolate and our mood. Studies have shown that eating chocolate can actually make you happier. However, that doesn’t mean that you can start munching on chocolate…

Grass-Fed Beef ~ Good For You

Grass-fed beef is not only kinder to the planet and to animals, it’s also good for people, too. Grass-fed beef has a huge range of antioxidants, including beta-carotene and Vitamins C and E, which can help your body to fight…

Calming Chamomile Tea…..aahhhh.

Of course, it’s not all about what you’re eating when it comes to managing stress; what you’re drinking can also alleviate or worsen the stress you’re feeling. Drinking liquids which are high in sugars and caffeine, such as coffee, energy…

Swap the cookies for Blueberries

If you’re feeling stressed out and reaching for the snacks, swapping chocolate or chips for one of the best superfoods is a great way to help you deal with your stress levels and achieve a higher level of calm. Blueberries…

Fermented Foods are Good for Fighting Stress!

Fermented foods are good for fighting stress! Eating fermented foods such as yogurt can help tokeep your gut healthy, which actually in turn will help to improve your mental health and reduce stress levels.The beneficial bacteria which are found in…

Stressed? Need to Eat Better? Avocado Anyone?

If you’ve been feeling more stressed out than usual lately, it’s important to know which foods are best to choose and which to avoid when it comes to combating stress and helping you to deal with feelings of stress and…

Stressed Out? Need to Eat Better?

When you’re stressed out, the foods that you’re turning to are most likely going to be traditional ‘comfort’ foods – think big meals, take-out, fatty foods, sweet foods, and alcohol. Let’s face it – we’ve all found some comfort in…

Sunday Share….Affirmation & Inspiration Weekly post on FB

Follow eatlovelaugh.org facebook page….find more info under Follow Me on blog page. Look for the SUNDAY SHARE where a Louise Hay card will be featured. Hoping that this brings you affirmation or inspiration. Feel free to comment on the posts,…

Rice? What to Use, How to Cook it, and Why to Soak it.

Why did your mom or grandmother soak the rice before cooking?  Some people just rinse it.  There are legitimate health benefits to soaking grains prior to cooking helps nutrients be more digestible by breaking down and neutralizing phytic acid, which is…