Just as there have been fingers pointed at a variety of foods for acne incidence, there are just as many diets and particular food items purported to help the skin remain clear and vibrant. Here are a few types of foods from the plant-based world that may help clear and sooth the skin. more→
At the start of every new year, we all make resolutions to get healthier, happier — and usually, thinner! Let’s do away with resolutions that are all too easy to break and instead adopt healthy habits that will become second nature and do what dieting can never achieve. Here are our top 10 tips for healthy living that you can incorporate into your routine this year. more→
Here on VegKitchen, reader come in droves for our posts on ginger-lemon tea, rooibos tea, and apple cider vinegar. These teas, infusions, and tonics are awesome in and of themselves, and if you’re anything like me, you want all of them as part of your regimen!
But how many beverages can a person squeeze into one day added to all the plain water we’re supposed to drink? My solution was to invent the “one tonic,” which combines all of these amazing ingredients in one bracing beverage. And this combo of ginger, lemon, turmeric, rooibos tea, and apple cider vinegar is indeed bracing! If you like these flavors separately, you’ll love them together. more→
Which gives you more benefits, smoothies or juices? Smoothies are easy to make, with the whole leaf and accompanying fruit or fruit being used, resulting in a beverage that’s filled with fiber. On the other hand, the essence of a lot more greens and fruits can go into one serving of juice, making it a more potent source of all the nutrients and enzymes present in the produce that’s used. Let’s take a look at the benefits of juicing vs. making smoothies. more→
What is maca root, exactly?
Maca is a root vegetable (alternatively referred to as a tuber) that’s a distant cousin of the radish family. A member of the species Lepidium meyenii, it’s grown in the mountains of Peru and Bolivia. Maca’s benefits have long been valued by indigenous cultures. More recently, its use as a superfood has spread worldwide, and its popularity is growing exponentially. more→
Contributed by Sameer Ather, MD, PhD. Heart disease and stroke affect men and women alike all over the world, deadlier than all cancers combined – according to the latest findings in the medical field. Of course, such terrible illnesses can be prevented if we cut down smoking and drinking alcohol and if we manage to get enough sleep. Exercise is also mandatory to keep our hearts in shape and lower the risk for cardiovascular diseases, and specialists can’t emphasize the vital importance of daily physical activity enough. more→
There are no shortages of omega-3 supplements for vegans, but our friends at Ahiflower have agreed to give away a 3-month supply of Ahiflower oil omega-3 supplements to six different winners.
If you’d like to read more about Ahiflower, check out why Ahiflower may be replacing flax as our go-to vegan source for omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids.
To enter, just leave a comment below and let us know that you want a chance to win! Get an extra entry just by sharing this giveaway on social media (and tagging VegKitchen). Hurry, because this contest ends on October 18, 2016.