A Splash of Vinegar Offers Surprising Health Benefits by Gina Roberts-Grey Vinegar’s not a magic elixir – but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol and more! Research suggests that a splash of vinegar may give your weight-loss …
Pinboard: April 2016
Aches and pains are part of life. You wake up one morning and your back is tight, your knee is pinched, your neck is jammed between two stone pillars. We usually accept these limitations and move on the best we can, with or without an Advil. But here’s the good news. Many of the aches and pains we live with are caused by muscular imbalance. And muscular imbalance is often curable. By us, no prescription required.
Lamb shanks are perfect for a slow cooked meal. They may be the toughest part of the lamb, but braising them slowly yields a tender, falling-off-the-bone result. The longer they cook, the more tender they become. It’s important to brown the shanks ﬁrst so they take on a rich color and give extra ﬂavor to the sauce.
Recommendations on egg intake have lightened up, but eggs Benedict for breakfast every morning still isn’t a good idea. Scrambled, fried or baked into pastries, Americans love their eggs. But what about all that cholesterol? One large egg has about 200 milligrams of cholesterol.