In the last few months, I’ve been on four rounds of antibiotics pretty much back to back. Yep, I napalmed my precious gut flora.
TMBL readers are a smart bunch so I’m going to assume that by now you all know the value of a good bone broth (and if you don’t, more on that later). However it’s not always easy to get a batch brewing – from sourcing the best bones to preparing the stew, it can sometimes seem more hassle than it’s worth.
And that’s where today’s featured interviewee, Nick Mares, comes in. Nick is the founder of Bone Broths Co – the first company to bring a grass-fed and shelf-stable broth to market.
I’m locked in a bad romance with a key part of my cosmetic routine.
As I type this, some lab boffins are beavering away on deciphering my blood.
How long are you sedentary on an average day? One hour? Two? More than three?
If someone were to break into our house and start rooting through our cupboards they’d be forgiven for thinking we owned stock in the apple cider vinegar industry.
Tell people you’re cutting nuts out of your diet and they automatically assume you’re doing it to lose weight.
Anything that interferes with eating is bad news in my opinion. Hell, I barely tolerate talking at dinner time.
Hot (or should that be cold?) on the heels of the Polar Vortex came another big freeze last week, so it’s no wonder that many folk are coming down with all kinds of nasties.
Ah winter. The season of runny noses, chapped lips and cheeks rubbed raw by icy winds.