7 Healthy Recipes for Your Thanksgiving Leftovers
We spend days and weeks planning the perfect Thanksgiving dinner, so it’s easy to see why many of us food enthusiasts would be eager to keep the party going. And now, with countless ways to use our Thanksgiving leftovers, we can do just that. Here are seven ways to add a fun and healthy twist to some unique Thanksgiving leftover recipes.
If you suffer from digestive issues like gas, bloating, cramps, or occasional constipation or diarrhea, you’re certainly not alone. There are millions of Americans just like you.
Even if your digestive system performed like clockwork when you were younger, it is not uncommon to find these issues becoming more frequent as you age. And today I’m revealing the targeted “extra-strength” solution your system may be begging for.
This recipe for Rosemary bread is perfect for anyone who finds himself with an abundance of mashed potatoes. And did you know that a whiff of rosemary can actually give your brain a boost? In a study we told you about earlier this year, volunteers who sniffed rosemary before taking an arithmetic test scored better than those who didn’t. In fact, the higher the participants’ blood levels of 1,8-cineole, the better their speed and accuracy on the tests.