Home / Health (page 23)

Health

Sesame Kabocha Squash Bowls with Tahini Sauce

Every new year starts with a buzz of produce excitement. I spend the cool fall months with cozy recipes that help to settle into a long winter. The new year is all about lighter recipes packed with flavor. I love winter squash because it plays in both spaces well and is easy to store throughout [...]

The post Sesame Kabocha Squash Bowls with Tahini Sauce appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »

Resistance Training: Some Helpful Resources

image: pixabay By Crabby McSlacker So yeah, wary Cranky Fitness readers may be wondering, which kind of “resistance” are we talking about here? The kind that has you flexing your quads and glutes and lats and pecs? Or the kind that has you gathering in the streets and haranguing politicians …

Read More »

30 Minute Vegetarian Dinners

30 minute vegetarian dinners are my core meals. With a toddler running around, I don’t have a lot of time to relax in the kitchen in the evening. I’m fairly certain ‘relax’ and ‘toddler’ are two words that don’t go together. I’m usually waiting for M to get home and then running to the kitchen [...]

The post 30 Minute Vegetarian Dinners appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »

Turmeric Sweet Potato Soup

There are spices in my cupboard that I buy monthly while others hang around, waiting to be used more. Turmeric is the main spice in this recipe but the real flavor, and what I think makes the soup, is coriander. I love coriander because it adds a beautiful citrus undertone that compliments the lemon. And [...]

The post Turmeric Sweet Potato Soup appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »

Roasted Sweet Potato and Cabbage Summer Rolls

Cooking is my creative outlet. I look for challenges in the kitchen, usually as a sort of Chopped episode. I have X ingredients on hand- what can I make? I’ve started doing something similar with my newsletter with help from subscribers submitting three ingredients they currently have in their kitchen. These cabbage summer rolls were [...]

The post Roasted Sweet Potato and Cabbage Summer Rolls appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »

To Hell and Back: The Untold Story of Male Eating Disorders

A former NFL player reveals the reality of male eating disorders – especially the way they affect athletes and those focused on fat loss and muscle gain – and how he reclaimed a healthy lifestyle.

The post To Hell and Back: The Untold Story of Male Eating Disorders appeared first on Born Fitness.

Read More »

Roasted Carrot Sandwich with Sunflower Cream

I feel that sandwiches are easy to overlook when thinking about vegetarian lunches. However, I love the endless possibilities of vegetables, greens, and sauces. A solid sandwich in my book can be as simple as fresh summer tomato, mozzarella sandwich to a cheese and pickle sandwich with mustard (and no, I’m not pregnant). This carrot [...]

The post Roasted Carrot Sandwich with Sunflower Cream appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »

What’s the Catch? Barramundi: Go Buy Some Damnit

image source here By Crabby McSlacker Tired of long-ass blog posts that take forever to get to the point?  Well hey, it’s a new year, and mixing things up is good, so I thought I’d try something different for a change: succinctness! So here are your five most important takeaways …

Read More »

Health Benefits Of Being Grateful

The Self Improvement Blog

Does your attitude really matter? Can you improve your stress levels, your mood, and even your immune system by being

Read More »

Vegetarian Lunches for the Work Week

While I don’t work in an office, I’m always helping my husband pack his lunches. It took some time to get into a routine (that we’re still working on) but he always does better during the day when I send him out the door with lunch. Below are a few of my favorite vegetarian lunches [...]

The post Vegetarian Lunches for the Work Week appeared first on Naturally Ella.

Read More »