There are many different ways for using oats in our daily lives. But one of the favorites, of course, is to utilize oats for our breakfast needs. I usually just add milk, cook oats in low heat, add butter and a little brown sugar. That’s the way my kids always enjoyed their “kasha” (porridge). While I knew I could add berries and a lot of other ingredients, what I didn’t know that I could also enjoy oats cold and soaked in plain Yogurt or in Kefir. During our trip to Jordan, I learned this nifty recipe from Nasim’s sister. This recipe includes array of ingredients like nuts, raisins, shredded coconut threads and honey to make this dish one fulfilling breakfast. If it passed my husband’s test, I can say that any oat lover will enjoy it. Not to mention that if you have all the necessary ingredients, you can toss this recipe together in less than 5 minutes.
My children love cheese quesadillas! They also crave for them at the most interesting times of the day! Going to a restaurant to get quesadilla for my children every time they want it is not feasible for me. Plus I love making stuff at home and figuring out making these was an easy matter. That’s how these guys were born to make everyone in my family happy! These turn out crispy on the outside, and satisfyingly cheesy on the inside.
Nut lovers, I have very good news for you. Nuts are not just a delicious snack, but they also help to prolong lives!
A while ago I was a part of a month-long challenge group where I had very limited ingredients and a little time to make delicious meals. The idea was to keep the food simple, but nutritious. It was a great opportunity for me to reinvent my food palette and try out new ingredients in my kitchen. The challenge also allowed me to look at food as a fuel and also taught me to work with limited options. I still love cooking and baking, which sometimes take hours in the kitchen! But I am glad to know that I can whip something up in a jiffy when I am really tight on time.
The subject of going to a toilet (number two) may sound like an unpleasant subject for some of us to discuss but you cannot really avoid it. Everyone does it… but some do it regularly, and some do it only once in a while. Some of you don’t even think about it – it just comes naturally. Lucky you!
The topic of fasted cardio is long debated and has many pros and cons going for it depending on the angle you look at it. In this article I will break down all the pros and cons for you and explain who is most likely to benefit from performing a cardio in a fasted state. Please read this article until the end to fully understand fasted cardio, the approaches one should take if fasted cardio is to be undertaken. Find out what to highly consider to make fasted cardio utmost effective and why for many fasted cardio is not the way to go. If you are reading this and contemplating on adding fasted cardio to you regimen, I am assuming that your diet is dialed in and you already have a set eating plan to go along with your exercises.
The problem of insomnia affects so many of us, there is no wonder there is a separate industry catering to people who have sleep problems: doctors, sleeping pills, books, apps, videos, special gadgets that will help you to relax or measure your sleep patterns.
It seems that it is not that hard to buy quality gluten-free probiotics nowadays with so many different manufactures joining the multi-billion dollar industry and offering so many varieties of gut-healing supplements. You should just follow some simple steps:
I have committed this sin number of times. I bet you’ve done it as well. I am talking about starting to work-out, being full of positive energy and grandiose plans but then gradually skipping exercise and then, eventually, now showing up in the gym again.