It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be one of the most dangerous – particularly in the kitchen. With all the home cooking going on for the holidays, accidents and injuries such as burns and cuts are more common.
Back in 2019, I published a blog about a 20-year-old college student who died after eating leftover pasta that had been left out at room temperature for five days. Here we are, a few years later, and this same story recently went viral on TikTok. When I shared this story in 2019, I didn’t know at the time that there is actually a name for the condition that caused this young man to pass - “Fried Rice Syndrome.”
The following salad recipes from Jessica Lawson, a food blogger who founded Big Delicious Life, will definitely make your 4th of July healthy but still delicious.
Believe it or not, persimmons are actually berries despite being around the same size and color as a tangerine. The options for how to eat and incorporate persimmons into your holiday celebrations are practically endless.
‘TikTok made me do it,’ is a popular phrase these days whether it’s an excuse for buying too many clothes on Amazon or trying out the latest gadget that went viral on this highly influential social media platform. It’s no surprise that people are turning to TikTok for Thanksgiving recipe ideas this year. I came across a recent article called ‘25 Thanksgiving Side Dish Recipes That TikTok Users Are Freaking Out Over.’
It’s that time of year. The weather is changing, cold and flu season is here, people are gearing up for the holidays, and the realization that there are only about two months of 2022 remaining is hitting us all. It can be an overwhelming time, and, for some, it can be a sad (pun intended) time.
It’s that time of year again for witches, goblins, pumpkin spice and trick-or-treat. It’s also the time of year candy and confectionery companies try to outdo each other with their own versions of a sugar bomb to tempt our kids and frustrate our efforts to keep them on a healthy diet.
The good news is that there are simple steps we can take to be proactive and have a healthy but still fun 4th of July holiday and summer. Remember, “detox to retox” is no way to treat your beautiful mind and body. And as always, prevention is better than cure.
One of the great things about life is that there is always a reason to spend time with family and friends and celebrate - the holidays, Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day, weddings, baby showers, graduations, vacations, birthdays and the list goes on. And what this sometimes mean is that year-round we may be tempted to eat too much food and overindulge with the booze.
Here are a few tips and tricks that you can use this Memorial Day weekend and still have a wonderful time with family and friends
You might be thinking: Well, it’s just one holiday. But please hear me out. The truth is there are always holidays, parties and celebrations throughout the year and many opportunities to drink too much alcohol and not eat the healthiest.
Not only is watermelon delicious but there are also so many nutrients and potential health benefits of eating this fruit.
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