Over the last two years, the gluten-free market has seen an incredible surge in purchasing. In fact, recently released Mintel research shows that the “gluten-free food market is estimated to reach sales of $8.8 billion in 2014, representing an increase of 63% from 2012-14.”
Given that huge boom, and all of the precautions we talked about regarding celiac disease, the FDA has had to make some changes to regulatory standards.
Football finger foods are a great way to bring people together. The assembly, the noshing, the compliments – they all create a camaraderie that is in keeping with the spirit of watching the big game with your crew.
Football finger foods are also a great way to pack your weekly calories into one afternoon. How can you get the best of both worlds – the food and the good gut feelings?
Try these four healthy football appetizer recipes this weekend. They’re the only ones you’ll need to make every guest happy.
But that doesn’t mean we should let it take over our immune systems, too.
We’ve all been told a million times to bundle up to avoid getting a cold, and yes, body temperature (in general) definitely can affect your health. But the real reason why we get sick more often in winter isn’t because of the cold itself—it’s because we spend more time in closed quarters with dryer and less circulated air.
So, what can we do to support our bodies during this time of (unfortunate) change?
There’s one mineral that we really stand behind. It supports all sorts of normal bodily processes, but when we say that its support extends to immune system health, we mean it.
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The sharp increase in diagnoses of celiac disease and the subsequent market boom surrounding gluten-free products have undoubtedly reformed our collective thoughts on bread and our health. From Wheat Belly to FDA labeling guidelines – everyone is taking notice.
Part of our healthy lifestyles is our supplement regimens. This week, we want you to be up-to-date on our line of sports and muscle supplements, because we truly believe these formulas support your best workout and recovery.*
We also want to ensure that you have access to all the nutrients packed into any given capsule, tablet, chew or powder, so we focus on treating our supplements right as they go through each manufacturing process.
But that’s not where quality stops.
Ok, so it’s not a treat in the traditional sense, and it’s not necessarily “healthy” by design, but it is an alternative to a sugary sweet – and it’s sure to be a hit. Give temp tattoos of funny skulls, pumpkins, witches, etc. You could even have a bit of water at the ready if kids want to put them on right away.
2. Peanut Butter Filled Pretzels
You’re already not giving candy, but that doesn’t mean you have to be boring. Opting for treats that kids don’t get every day is just as good – that’s the whole point! This thing comes once a year. Make the treats you choose just slightly different than an everyday snack and you’ll be successful.
Choose pretzels with a yummy filling but no hydrogenated oils. Of course, a lot of kids aren’t able to eat nuts, so be careful about who you hand these to!
We’re so much less likely to crack our windows when it’s only three degrees outside. And we’re getting to that point right now, in mid-October, so the time is right to think about our homes’ air quality. Aside from forcing yourself to bear the chill momentarily (which we all should try to do at least once a week), what strategies can you use to keep your house fresh and your inhales healthy?
Our favorite: Buy some houseplants.
Here are our six favorite plants for cleaning your air this winter. Get thee to the nursery!
When we talk about supplements, we never indicate that they can treat, cure, prevent or mitigate any diseases. We don’t say: This pill will change your body! We say: This supplement will support your body’s normal processes.*
So what happens when those normal processes change as the result of treatments? Good news: supplements can still offer you support. *