Getting their kids to eat more fruits and veggies is one of the toughest things for most parents. As a dad to three young kids, I know exactly how that feels since my 10 yr old son has a tough time with veggies and most fruits. But my other two younger kids don’t have the problem. So let me share with you a couple tips that we practiced with our younger kids to get to that outcome.
There are a wide variety of plant-based foods that promote athletic performance. Endurance athletes, in particular, can stand to gain speed and energy by using vegan foods. Spirulina, maca root, turmeric, ginger, and sweet potatoes, are just a few superfood ingredients that make their way into my dishes each day.
If you’re interested in learning about holistic, complementary, alternative approaches to health, it can’t hurt to learn about one of the world’s oldest practices: ayurveda, a Hindu system of traditional medicine founded in India around 5,000 years ago.
Amrita Health Foods was founded because of Amrita's Founder and CEO, Arshad Bahl, was trying to find plant-based snacks his son with autism would eat. Arshad found that through a change in diet, his son's autism symptoms improved.
Diet modification will improve gut health and here are 7 ways to improve it. Finding ways to improve gut health was inspired by my son who was diagnosed with autism at age 2, but is now symptom-free and excelling in school.
Salt is essential for life – you cannot live without it. However, most people simply don’t realize that there are enormous differences between the standard, refined table, and cooking salt most of you are accustomed to using and natural health-promoting salt.
As a busy dad, finding the time to work out is hard, especially when you can spend couple hours in traffic. So after a couple episodes of blood-pressure busting traffic, expensive tolls and parking, I decided to explore commuting to NYC from White Plains, it’s a good commute at about 30 miles each way.