Mushroom Pot Stickers Recipe

Chef Ed Harris, a past winner of Food Network’s Chopped, has a passion for Asian cuisine as well as vegan-style cooking. Check out his recipe for Mushroom Pot Stickers below.

 

Mushroom Pot Stickers

Cooking Time: 30 mins
Servings: 5
Preparation Time: About 20 mins Continue reading

Hummus Flatbread Pizza Recipe

Hummus is a super food in that it’s so versatile that it can often be used as a healthier alternative to diary like eggs and cheese. The Complete Hummus Cookbook by Catherine Gill features over 200 delicious, vegan-friendly recipes for you to try including the one below which gives an Italian classic a hummus twist!

 

One of the best food discoveries for me was using hummus on pizza. You can spread it on as the sauce, as demonstrated in this recipe, or you can make a traditional pizza using tomato sauce and dollop hummus on top in place of vegan cheese. The possibilities really are endless with hummus. Continue reading

The Importance of Self Love

Since time immemorial, poets, gurus, and philosophers have toiled to define the most potent and indispensable word in the human language—LOVE. Some have heralded it as the force that makes the world go ’round. Others have described it in terms of the pain it can cause when it’s not returned. It’s been used to denote the feeling a parent has for her child; that a lover has for their beloved. In truth, we hear about love all the time but don’t discuss as often as we should how important SELF LOVE is and more importantly how it is the foundation for a healthy life, full of self -compassion. When we can establish habits, practices and routines of self- love, we will find ourselves to be more authentic and honest; we will tend to enforce healthy boundaries in relationships; to be grateful and more compassionate. Continue reading

5 Common Obstacles to Getting Fit

Happy New Year! Now that the holidays are over, it’s back to fitness. It’s a new year and this is the year for winning. So instead of reading through an overly-optimistic article on how you can seize the day and excel (commonplace this time of year), let’s examine perhaps where you might have gone wrong and some common mistakes that may be halting your progress. And of course, what you can do to once again repave the road once traveled. Continue reading

Introducing Planes of Motion

As another year comes to a close, and you count the number of cheat meals coinciding with the upcoming holidays, it’s quite often realistic to look ahead to the next year. Okay, maybe you didn’t achieve your physique goals this past year, but you probably still made progress. Was it full-on beast mode? No. But that bench went up. The material around your sleeves is a little snugger. You are in fact in some way better than you were the previous year. Even though these aches and pains do not seem to be going away. And so, this is somewhat of a win. Continue reading

Korean BBQ Beef Tacos Recipe

Looking for something different for dinner? Check out this great recipe from Taco! Taco! Taco! by Sara Haas featuring Korean BBQ!

Have you had Korean BBQ? It’s out of this world! I wanted to emulate the delicious food I’ve experienced with this recipe. This Korean BBQ Beef is my homage to my adoration of Korean BBQ. Continue reading

Exercising with Parkinson's Disease: Benchmark Your Progress

Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease is the complete guide to achieving better health, providing everything from tips on how to structure your day to take full advantage of higher energy periods, to tailor-made workout programs designed to boost mobility and balance.

Author William Smith, MS, wrote Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease to work as an integrated part of any Parkinson’s disease treatment plan, optimizing mobility, increasing strength and minimizing pain, while providing lifestyle tips to keep you motivated and moving forward. Check out his take on using exercise to benchmark one’s progress. Continue reading

Top 5 Unique Indoor Rock Climbing Facilities

Fitness fans who travel for business discovered this phenomenon a while ago; it’s fun to check out new gyms and exercise facilities when you’re on the road. Somewhat complacent with the same layout and gym “culture” of the workout centers they frequent at home, these athletic enthusiasts have discovered seeing how other gyms operate is refreshing, and can even kick-start a workout routine that’s gotten, well… a little bit too routine.

 

Travel industry experts have pegged rock climbing – be it for bouldering or rope climbing – as an emerging travel trend, especially now that the sport has received publicity for its official inclusion at the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Climbers are planning trips to visit specific walls and boulders, and others are also taking advantage of the proliferation of climbing gyms that are popping up everywhere – and some are actually planning trips just to visit new facilities. Continue reading