A Fresh Steep
This winter’s new cozy bevy: coffee that brews like tea. Buzzy beans made by Golden Ratio ($15 for 7 bags, drinkgoldenratio.com) and women-founded brands Chamberlain Coffee ($20 for 10, chamberlaincoffee.com) and LOMLI ($22 for 10, lomlicoffee.com) create an unplugged morning moment, without the fuss. The grounds come in single-serve, compostable, tea bag-like sachets, so you just plop one into a mug of hot water and steep for 5 to 10 minutes. You can control the strength: Bath the packet longer for a stronger cup, remove early for a lighter flavor, or immerse multiple bags overnight in the fridge for cold brew, then enjoy your favorite go-to energizing drink at home, on the trails, wherever!
Your cartons of stock and broth probably aren’t the, shall we say, sexiest thing in your kitchen. In fact, they’re probably shoved on a high shelf in your pantry or in the back of your fridge. But although they seldom receive centerpiece treatment, these flavorful liquids are indispensable in the kitchen.
But if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably wondered: Are stock and broth actually healthy (what about all that sodium?!)? …
Things that only come in giant tubs: shampoo at Costco, popcorn at the movies, and protein powder. Protein powder containers are so massive, it can be hard to power your way through an entire package before the expiration date stamped on the side. But, is it really that bad to whip up a shake days or weeks after the protein powder has expired? …
Potatoes are practical and delish, but they’ve gotten a bit of a bad rap, nutritionally speaking. Sweet potatoes have swooped in as a trendy tater alternative, and so began the sweet potato vs. potato health debate.
But are sweet potatoes truly healthier than potatoes? …
Heading into her fourth year on the CW series Riverdale, Camila Mendes—who plays Veronica Lodge and is on the cover of the October 2019 issue of Women’s Health—is not afraid to speak her mind on screen or off. And that strong opinion just so happens to extend to açaí bowls. (Camila also has no trouble pronouncing the superfood, it’s “ah-sah-yee,” in case you were wondering.)
Like the actress, the star ingredient in these bowls, açaí berries, hails from Brazil…
Food + Nutrition Continued…
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