In the Kitchen With Amelia & Teddy: Tomato and Burrata Pizza - Food Tips & Advice Meet blogger Amelia Morris of Bon Appetempt and her son Teddy as they show you how to make this delicious pizza. Love this? Follow us on Pinterest! RECIPE: Tomato and Burrata Pizza Heart and Stroke Foundation Eating a healthy, balanced diet is one of the most important things you can do to protect your health. In fact, up to 80 per cent of premature heart disease and stroke can be prevented through your life choices and habits, such as eating a healthy diet and being physically active. A healthy diet can help lower your risk of heart disease and stroke by: improving your cholesterol levels reducing your blood pressure helping you manage your body weight controlling your blood sugar.
Summer Safety for Pets - Animal Medical Center - New York City As the weather warms up, we spend more time outdoors with our pets. Everyone is happy for the fresh air and sunshine. But are you and your pet prepared? Here are The Animal Medical Center’s suggestions for a safe summer. All Pets Need Double ID 11 Guilt-Free Dessert Recipes That Are Secretly Healthy - FASHION Magazine More reason to practise safe sex. By Madelyn Chung Date July 7, 2017 In case you needed another reason to practice safe sex, the World Health Organization is reporting that gonorrhea is becoming “much harder, and sometimes impossible, to treat,” thanks to antibiotic resistance. “The bacteria that cause gonorrhea are particularly smart.
Food variety and a healthy diet Five major food groups Food variety means eating a wide variety of foods from each of the five food groups, in the amounts recommended. Eating many different foods helps maintain a healthy and interesting diet which provides a range of different nutrients to the body. Eating a variety of foods promotes good health and can help reduce the risk of disease. Five major food groups The five food groups are:
What Is Splooting? Does Your Dog Sploot? Our pets are so cute that the Internet has created its own adorable language to describe our four-legged friends. You may know who Doge is (much nice), where the phrase “I Can Has Cheezburger” comes from, but have you ever heard of the term “splooting?” Splooting describes one of the most adorable things a dog can do: splaying out their hind legs as they relax into a laying position. The term “Splooting,” tends to be specific towards a certain breed, one of the Internet’s favorites, the Corgi. Although Corgi lovers have claimed the term splooting, that hasn’t stopped all sorts of doggos from partaking in the relaxing and goofy pose. There is also the “half-sploot,” which involves a level of laziness and/or relaxedness that only allows your dog to splay out one leg in the back instead of two:
Dal Bafla Recipe by Neha Jajoo Chef: Neha JajooRecipe Servings: 4Cook Time: Similar to Dal Bati, these ghee laden dough balls are immensely popular in Madhya Pradesh. They are first boiled and then baked before being crumbled and topped with dal. Food texture: how important is it? "The magic begins here," reads the website for Ingredion, a company whose Texture Centre of Excellence helps the food industry achieve the perfect consistency for their products. Texture is big business and the science of food structure even has its own ology: food rheology. And yet in our every day enjoyment of eating, texture is often considered the poor relation of taste and smell (US research found that textural awareness was often subconscious). But the professionals know all too well that, while the sensory spotlight may fall on flavour when we're savouring a mouthful, get the texture wrong and it's game over – we'll reject it outright.
Cats Are Medically Underserved - Animal Medical Center - New York City In my last post I wrote about how little attention has recently been paid to the cat in the articles published in The New York Times. Although I believe in fair and balanced reporting, the lack of newsprint devoted to the cat only hurts their feelings, not their health. As a cat owner, you might not be able to influence the editorial staff at The New York Times, but you can protect your cat’s health. Over the past decade, veterinarians have noticed an alarming trend. Cats see a veterinarian half as often as dogs do. Chinook & Company – Food Photography I am really excited to share a project that I worked on with the amazing food stylist and recipe guru, Lauren Koval! If you remember, we worked together last year on the Jennifer Adler book cover for Sasquatch Books. Lauren is an AMAZING cook – and created these five fall inspired recipes for the launch of the brand-new Chinook & Company website! Chinook & Company is a local company that brings you the most delicious smoked and canned salmon you will ever eat. I promise.
Baby stuck on purees? How to move to textured food. - Feeding Bytes This post is inspired by a mom I met at local gym recently who was feeding her cute 8 months old baby a puree with a spoon. We started chatting and when she found out I was a pediatric dietitian she asked, pointing to a puree pouch: ” So when to move on? To start feeding more textured food to my baby?”.