To fight Coronavirus, building immunity and eating healthy is vital. Here's what to eat.
Coronavirus! It has changed everything. I’m finding it harder to stay centered. Are you stressed out too? To stay centered and calm, my go-to is Green Drink - plus daily yoga.
Glycemic index and Glycemic load: understanding will help you choose the healthiest foods and avoid the traps of false advertising. Chef V explains.
Hands down, a delivery of the health-supporting nutrients in my Green Drink is way easier and more nutritious than the medicically-dubious and messy enterprise that is the celery juicing fad.
Impossible Burgers: Is A Plant-Based Burger That Looks & Tastes Like The Real Thing Really Possible?
A plant-based fast-food burger with a bloody-red chewy texture that tastes just like a regular hamburger? Sound “Impossible” to you?
From acid reflux to Alzheimer’s and anxiety, to vertigo and vitiligo, the Medical Medium says celery juice is an “unparalleled healing weapon.”
Now that your Green Drink has arrived, what do you do with it? Should you chug the whole thing in one sitting like you’re at a frat party? Or do you daintily sip it like Mary Poppins drinking a cuppa tea?
Sipping on Green Drink is the easiest way to get your daily dose of health-boosting veggies. In fact, 16 ounces of Green Drink is the equivalent of 3 servings of fresh vegetables. Studies show that green, leafy veggies offer numerous positive outcomes for health. Here are my top 5 Green Drink health benefits:
There’s a group of toxic substances called “PFAS.” PFAS is found in fire-resistant household items. What’s the connection to fast food? The toxic compounds are prevalent in fast food packaging. The PFAS substances leach into the burgers and nuggets.
When I first started Chef V, I was asked the question so many times, “Hey Veronica, what should I eat?” But I can’t believe that in all this time, I haven’t really addressed the more specific question, “What should I eat if I’m always in a hurry?” I’ll provide you with some healthy on-the-go eating tips.
As a certified nutritional therapist, my mission is to help people reach their health goals as quickly as possible. And it’s for that reason, I still think butter and eggs, along with all dairy and most, animal products should be avoided. Not forever, mind you. But at least when you’re embarking on a new health goal.
Trying to lose weight? Obviously, diet plays a huge role, along with exercise. But did you know that how much you sleep and the quality of your sleep also plays a crucial part in weight management?