Conscious Culture and Fashion
March 11, 2014
Here are 15 inspirational quotes about tea that prove it is more than a hot drink.
If you are anything like me, tea is a sacred part of your day. I love to try out the various herbal tea concoctions available at my local grocery store and nothing sets me straighter than a warm tea sweetened lightly with stevia or honey. Whether beside the computer as I get to business or within arms reach as I indulge in a book, tea sets the mood and is more …
Each year some 8.3 million Americans visit the doctor to treat a urinary tract infection (UTI). They are far more prevalent among women than men, with 20 percent of women who have had one statistically bound to get another. However, UTIs are relevant to men and women alike, as there is no one source for it and it can be incited by many different ailments, from a bladder infection to sex.
There are ways to prevent the worsening of your UTI, but let’s focus on the food component. Here …
This week’s Link Love we reconsider fast food as art, fall in love with Cameron Diaz again, travel to Paris for high fashion, and more.
Check out our favorite stories from around the web this week.
Is fast food art? Maybe we’ve been looking at it all wrong. This lie-size wood diorama may change your perspective. [via Eat Drink Better]
Possibly the smartest celebrity health book ever is by Cameron Diaz. [via Well+GoodNYC]
The scariest things in your house are plastic…all plastic is basically poisoning you and the truth is …
Swiss chard and kale recipes galore, plus a bunch of other leafy greens you never thought of.
If you want to be eating all your vitamins and minerals, leafy greens should be your go-to ingredient. The darker and greener the better.
In fact, a study published in the British Medical Journal in 2010 showed that eating more green leafy vegetables may reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes by 14 percent.
But there’s more to the leafy green world than kale recipes. Here are 21 uses for leafy greens to be sure …
ColumnWhat better way to use food, than for good? The Giving Table is a creative way to harness the power of food blogs.
When I discovered the The Giving Table, I knew I had stumbled upon something that was right up my alley.
Those of us that talk, write, and post about food are privileged to be able to do so. While we might be concerned over whether or not cardamom or cinnamon would be a better spice to use (answer: cardamom) most of the world is simply dealing with getting food …
Fudge is just what the doctor ordered on a stressful day, when all you really need is chocolate and density to fill the hole of hunger. But wouldn’t it feel so much better to de-stress with a fudge recipe without, well, stressing about your diet?
This chocolate fudge recipe takes out that concern so you can indulge all you want. Have two pieces–hell, have three!–of this raw vegan chocolate fudge and you’ll be only adding more body-loving nutrients, live enzymes and anti-aging antioxidants to your diet.
In regular …
This week’s Link Love we look at porn…food porn, of course, plus why women fake orgasms, celebrity meat and what’s hiding in your cosmetics.
Who doesn’t love looking at porn? Er…Rather, food porn, that is. Millions of Americans apparently love it, and according to the Food Porn Index website, which just launched, most people love unhealthy food porn. [via Eat Drink Better]
Why is supermodel Carol Alt putting the spotlight on raw food and healthy living? [via Well+GoodNYC]
Cosmetics can enhance your natural beauty, but not if they contain these toxic ingredients. [via …