Time and time again, research shows that a balanced diet will have long-term benefits for general health and, in some cases, disease prevention.
“We found preliminary data that suggests that soy is actually protective and that higher soy intake may lead to later puberty.” – Louise Greenspan, co-author of The New Puberty
If you’re looking to take the turkey-less route on Turkey Day, or looking to avoid meat all together this holiday season, there’s no need to feel left out. Fortunately no one has to go hungry, struggling to find meat alternatives is no longer an issue.
Reported cosmetic and beauty benefits of using soy topically include reducing blotchiness, smoothing skin texture and tone after sun damage, and slowing hair growth, which can reduce the need to wax or shave.
By choosing better-for-you snacks and swapping ingredients in some of your favorite recipes, you can keep the pounds from creeping up as you celebrate this season.
Fermented foods have recently been gaining attention and are finding their way into the spotlight. This process of transforming foods using bacteria and other microorganisms predates recorded history and it is still widely used.