Good to know. Also, cute! (via Dr. Chandana Deekshith)
I went to The Commons last week to hear a lecture entitled “Lessons from Cuba: Mastering Sustainability” by permaculture pioneer Roberto Perez Rivero. By the end of it, I wanted to hop a plane to Cuba, or at least convert my roof to a garden. Roberto has been an integral part of the Cuban Permaculture Movement […]
And by “diet”, I mean your optimal nourishment plan, not some fad nonsense. This one comes directly from Health Haven: Excuse: “Vegetables Taste So ‘Blah’ When I Make Them” Solution: The major mistakes people make when preparing vegetables are overcooking and underseasoning. Whether you steam, sauté, or grill, cut back a little on your usual cooking time […]
(via Health Haven)
(via Health Heaven)
We should include ample portions of greens in our regular diet. Wanna know why? This handy infographic breaks it down for us. Click pic for larger version: (Via Make Me Sweat)
These rang true with me, for sure. A little food FYI video to start your day: (Thanks Andrew!) .
Today’s New York Times and this week’s mini-podcast on PRI’s The World highlight the practice of mindful eating. “Just as there are forms of meditation that involve sitting, breathing, standing and walking, many Buddhist teachers encourage their students to meditate with food, expanding consciousness by paying close attention to the sensation and purpose of each […]