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Ice serves two purposes – firstly it cools your drink and makes drinks look a bit fancier but it also adds extra water intake to your drink, providing more water as it melts. You don’t have to just drink your water intake, don’t forget that food has water in it as well. Snacking on foods high in water content is a great, healthy way to get hydrated (and beat hunger!).
January is almost done — have you been keeping up with that New Year’s resolution to stay fit? The retailer has enlisted a few experts to educate, encourage, and motivate folks to get active and to make that lifestyle change to help us keep up New Year’s fitness goals beyond January! We spoke to health and fitness guru Bob Harper from Daily Burn, and Kevin Curry, nutritionist from Fit Men Cook, on how to stay on course with healthier living for the rest of the year.
It’s the start of a new year and with that, comes the start of the inevitable. New Year resolutions and new year diets. If you’ve decided to eat healthier and cut something from your regular diet, the options are endless and frankly, quite confusing. (i.e. When did Veganuary become a thing?!)We’ve digested all the complex nutritional information to give you the short and simple. So whether it’s meat, dairy or carbs you’re thinking of giving up, here’s how, why (and why not) to attempt that diet.[Photos: Getty]Tried any of these diets? Tweet us your thoughts @YahooStyleUK.Diet Coke might not be any less fattening than the full-fat version10 things you probably never knew about your boobs
With Christmas done and dusted, New Year’s resolutions are next on the to-do list. After overindulging on mince pies and mulled wine for weeks on end, you’re ready to get fit and healthy. But before you head out and sign up to the local gym – listen up. There are a few things you should know…
INGREDIENTS: – 300 ml coconut milk (can use coconut milk or beverage, but latter will be less creamy and intense) -1/2 tsp of Golden Milk spice blend (i.e. Spice Sanctuary Golden Milk spice blend) or turmeric spice -1 tsp Coconut Sugar to sweeten (optional) -1 egg, separated – Nutmeg and True Cinnamon for grating HOW TO MAKE: 1. Heat the milk in a pan; when warm, add the spice blend and sugar (if using) and bring to a boil. 2. Take off the heat and chill overnight. 3. When ready to serve, whisk the egg white only. Fold half off the egg white into the chilled eggnog. HOW TO ENJOY: Pour the eggnog into serving glasses. Top with a little egg white, and a sprinkling of freshly grated nutmeg and True Cinnamon for that traditional eggnog taste! (Photo: Spice Sanctuary Inc.) INGREDIENTS: ~ 4 scoops of dairy free mango sorbet ~ ½ tsp Kaffir Lime Leaves (i.e. Spice Sanctuary Kaffir Lime Leaves) ~ 1 Bottle of your favourite Prosseco or Champagne ~ Fresh mint HOW TO MAKE: 1. Measure the scoops of sorbet into a bowl. Allow it to thaw a little enough that you can mix in the Kaffir Lime Leaves. 2. Combine well and pour into a freezer safe container to refreeze. HOW TO ENJOY: When ready to serve, allow the infused sorbet to thaw a little before scooping a portion into the bottom of a champagne glass or thaw it completely so it is a puree that will instantly work blend with the bubbles. Repeat for all glasses and then pop open your bottle of bubbly and pour over the sorbet; finish with fresh mint. Cheers! (Photo: Getty Images) HOW TO MAKE: 1. Pour the apple and pineapple juices into a pan and add in the whole spices and a few twists of a good black pepper. Bring to a boil. 2. Next, add in the apple cider vinegar and remaining spices and continue to simmer for another 10 minutes to fully allow the spices to both infuse and impart into the juices. HOW TO ENJOY: 1. If serving cold: let the spiced juice cool completely before straining into a punch bowl. Add in some cold and naturally sweetened coconut water, alcohol, and citrus slices to garnish. The longer you leave the spices in the juice, the better! 2. If serving hot: turn off the heat and add in a cup of brewed black tea. Strain, add alcohol and then transfer into a crock-pot. Add the citrus slices and keep it warm. (Photo: Spice Sanctuary Inc.) INGREDIENTS: ~1 cup Pineapple Juice ~1 frozen banana, peeled 1/4 cup ice ~1/2 tsp Spice Sanctuary Sweet Delight Spice Blend ~1 cup coconut milk ~Pineapple wedges to decorate HOW TO MAKE: 1. Blend the pineapple juice, banana and ice first. Next, add in the Sweet Delight Spice Blend and coconut milk and blend again until smooth. HOW TO ENJOY: 1. Pour straight into serving glasses and decorate with a wedge of pineapple and an umbrella if you have one! (Photo: Getty Images) PREPARATION Day 1: Dissolve 1/3 cup of the sugar in 2/3 cup (150 mL) of hot spring or filtered water. Once dissolved, add this and the remaining cold filtered or spring water to a large Mason jar. Add the raspberries and cardamom pods, and close the jar. Leave the jar at ambient room temperature (kitchen counter is fine). Day 2: Give the jar a shake. Day 3: Dissolve 3 tablespoons of sugar in a little hot water again and add to the contents of the Mason jar. Once cool, close securely and shake gently. Day 4: You should start seeing bubbles and/or foam forming on the edges and top of the liquid in the jar. If not, leave it one more day. If the bubbles are there, take a 1-liter swing top bottle, and using a funnel, pour in the kombucha (or your previous soda), strain the fermented fruit and pour the liquid into the bottle. Close the bottle and let it sit at room temperature for another day or so. Day 5: Some sodas may not need the 5th day at room temperature, so you can refrigerate immediately. You will know this from the amount of fizz you see once you pour it into the bottle. Day 6: Refrigerate the bottle until ready to use. Always refrigerate once opened. Remember to keep 1/2 cup or so for your next soda if you want to make more soda. HOW TO ENJOY: When ready to serve, add some ice and a measure of flavoured vodka into a glass, top with the homemade soda and finish with a couple of fresh mint leaves! Cheers! (Photo: Getty Images)
You've done your holiday shopping, baked your holiday sweets and stocked the bar cart in preparation for your seasonal party. While the holidays can be the happiest time of year for some, others may feel the stress of infinite to-do lists is impacting their health, often reaching for fast, fried meals versus a healthy dish made at home.With countless party invites where plates are promised to be filled with hearty meals and delicious desserts, it may feel like the only option is to avoid potlucks altogether, but that's not necessary. During this season of indulgence and parties, it can be refreshing to attend a party where healthier options are available especially when you've had a steady diet of chocolate, pastries and mulled wine. Here are a few delicious potluck options you can bring that won't dampen the festive spirit — or your diet.Let us know your favourite healthy dish by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
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The nights are drawing in, the knitwear’s coming out, it can only mean one thing – peak season for cold and flu bugs. But while there is no cure for the common cold – and short of hibernating until spring there is no way to avoid the virus – there are plenty of things you can do to toughen up your immune system and help to send it packing with the least possible damage to your health and lifestyle. Even better, the best remedies come courtesy of Mother Nature so no damage to your wallet, either.7 steps to keep your mood off during winter 15 comforting one-pot dishes to soothe you this winter
Eileen Ash may have been alive for more than a century, but she can downward dog with women decades younger. The Norwich, U.K., resident turned 105-years-old this past Sunday and credits her enviable physique and sharp mind to yoga, a balanced diet and two glasses of wine each day. “It helps your brain because you have to think and it improves your muscles,” Ash told the BBC about her love of yoga — something she has participated in for over 30 years.
While raw pumpkin, a little like butternut squash, smells and looks pretty unappetising raw it’s absolutely delicious in sweet and savoury dishes when cooked to perfection.Good for you too, it turns out, as the nutrition team at global healthcare company Abbott have compiled a list of its many health benefits.Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK: 20 hacks to pimp your Halloween house party Halloween hacks: 13 creative no-carve pumpkin decorating ideas
You might know that lavender is great for relaxing and tea tree oil is super for spot fighting but there’s plenty more that you should be stocking in your cupboard. First of all – why use herbs and botanicals? “Used properly, herbs can improve our ability to tolerate stress, increase our immunity, regulate our hormones and make us stronger,” says Sebastian Pole, Pukka Herbs co-founder and herbal director. “In other words, they can increase the quality and length of our lives”.
Pete Evans wears many hats. The chef came under fire on social media after he advised a woman with osteoporosis to adopt a paleo diet and cut out calcium on a public Facebook Q&A session. Social media quickly took Evans to task, calling him out on his inaccurate and potentially-harmful medical advice.
A study by the American Chemical Society found that the agave plant (the plant that makes tequila) contains sugars that could lower blood glucose levels, possibly helping the over 60,000 Canadians who are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes each year. After weighing the mice daily and checking their glucose blood levels weekly, researchers found that most mice that drank agavins ate less, lost weight and had a drop in blood glucose levels unlike mice that were given other sweeteners. “We have found that since agavins reduce glucose levels and increase GLP-1 (a hormone that slows the stomach from emptying), they also increase the amount of insulin,“ said researcher Mercedes G. López, Ph.D. A finding that “puts agavins in a tremendous position for their consumption by obese and diabetic people,” noted the study.