The following post is from Amy of Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free:
My Thanksgiving menu wouldn’t be complete without Cranberry Clementine Sauce. If you think you don’t like cranberry sauce, read on.
I have childhood memories of a can-shaped cranberry sauce. Of course I didn’t like it. Heck, I didn’t even want to taste it. If your cranberry sauce was in the shape of a can, I imagine you weren’t a fan either. Food shouldn’t be in the shape of a can.
The following is an edited excerpt from Lisa Grace Byrne’s newly released book, Replenish: Experience Radiant Calm and True Vitality in Your Everyday Life:
source: david pacey
So here’s the thing—we all know that sugar isn’t good for our bodies. We know sugar makes us feel stressed, anxious, spacey and gain weight. We can have all the willpower in the world and it won’t be enough to kick the sugar habit long term. That’s because there are biological reasons behind why our bodies crave sugar.