Growing your own fruits, vegetables, and herbs is a wonderful way to ensure you and your family eat seasonal, fresh food. Here in the Pacific Northwest, there is an abundance of foods you can grow inside your home or in your yard.
When you enjoy seasonal foods, you are able to use food to both satisfy your appetite and as medicine in itself. I hope you try the recipes below this winter and reap the rewards of winter’s bounty.
Winter is here and with it comes cold and flu season. While it’s common to get sick during wintertime, it’s not necessary. In fact, you can use Traditional Chinese Medicine techniques to boost your immune system and improve your health naturally over this chilly season.
haring or contemplating how thankful you are is surprisingly healthy. Studies show that gratitude affects both physical and mental health in several ways.
Traditional Chinese Medicine encourages people to stay warm through these colder seasons. Here are five warming techniques you can use to naturally bring warmth into your life and boost your immune system.
Staying warm in cold weather can boost your immune system, improving your ability to fight common illnesses like cold and flu. Here are several drink ideas that will keep you cozy, warm, and nourished throughout the season.