1. Eat Spicy Foods: Hot red pepper, which contains the appetite-suppressing chemical capsaicin, and other spicy foods speed up your metabolism through the process of thermogenesis or turning energy, such as calories, into heat in your body. Think of your body as a machine. The more it works, digesting food, exercising etc., the more it burns. … [Read more…]
Like our sabor-tooth-dodging ancestors, Nutritarians treat food as fuel. I am a long ridiculed Nutritarian because of how finicky and undefined my eating habits have always been from the perspective of servers, and others who dine with me. I’ve been referring to myself as “close to a vegetarian, but I eat meat sometimes.” That is … [Read more…]
This is a great link to search for farmer’s markets by location or day. http://www.explorechicago.org/city/en/supporting_narrative/events___special_events/special_events/mose/chicago_farmers_markets.html
Philosophy: Balancing health, life, and exercise should be easy, and no person should have to sacrifice any of these vital arenas. Families, athletes, and all human beings need a quick, healthy snack option that they can trust. The Problem: Many, if not all, of the nutrition bars on the market either have too much added sugar, taste too sweet, … [Read more…]
Three month new japanese and thai restaurant. A clean, cool ambiance with a full table of employees enjoying a meal. I take that as a good sign. Tons of great salad and entree options with a plethora of vegetables. The California rolls were tightly rolled, thin on the perfectly sticky rice, and chok full of crab, avocado and cucumber. The wasabi was fresh … [Read more…]
Please share links and or descriptions of good bike trails (road or mountain) in different areas for adventureous travelers to explore!