Bitter Remedy Brings Sweet Relief

…there's a little known herb from Asia that you should also be familiar with. When I was in Thailand several years ago, the locals were using a very bitter-tasting native plant that grew along the roadsides to treat cold and flu symptoms. Around the Bangkok area it was called Fa thalaai. I later discovered…

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Replacements and Substitutions for Healthier Cooking

…and fresh herbs. Experiment with fresh herbs, spices, wine and lemon juice as substitutes for the decreased salt in your diet. Also, try Angostura Bitters, curry powder, and dill weed to add flavor to foods that may otherwise seem “flat” at first. Wine is great in chicken dishes, lemon juice perks…

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Five Steps to Reduce Stress

…to ease your stress. * Relive the events of the day quickly as you lie in bed at night. If there were instances where you expressed any anger, bitterness, ill will, hatred, or other negative feelings (verbally, or even if you just had these type thoughts), visualize the situation in your mind and picture…

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