Besides the shortage on toilet paper, antibacterial wipes and paper towels, anything containing zinc, especially lozenges, was challenging to find since the beginning of COVID. Zinc has long been known for its positive effects on the immune system. It is an essential naturally occurring mineral present in every cell of the body and is a […]
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We all remember our favorite peanut butter and jelly sandwich but nut butters have become more sophisticated and refined over the last decade. I was fascinated with the Goobers brand as a child with the strips of peanut butter and jelly running down the jar. What’s not to love about nut butters? Crunchy, creamy, salty, […]
Who doesn’t love a great tart? Here’s a gluten-free vegetarian zucchini tart made with fresh ricotta and zucchini from our garden. It can be easily doubled for a larger crowd. And it is even more delicious the second day after the flavors have melded together! Serves: 8 Prep Time: […]
You are calmly driving down a steep incline and your shoelace catches in the accelerator and you instantly feel that tightening in your chest, and panic is your reality. You imagine the worst is to yet to come. This scenario is a metaphor for the immune system and our health. When we become exposed to […]
Going out for necessities now requires a lot of thought and preparation – whether it be gloves, a mask and how you bring those items into your home. So to make life a little easier how do we care care for ourselves and come out on the other side healthy and ready to reenter the new […]