One question we hear often around Breakfast Cure boils down to, “Porridge vs Congee – What’s the difference?” Porridge Porridge is defined by the Cambridge dictionary as “a thick, soft food made from oats boiled in milk or water, eaten hot for breakfast.” Generally more oat-based in much of the UK, many other grains are […]
I’ve noticed that our culture is not very focused on the liver. Where is it? Most don’t even know. What does it do? Why should you care, and why should you eat blueberries for your liver in springtime? Let’s do a little exploring. When I was living in France during my junior year of high […]
You probably already know that fiber is necessary for healthy and regular elimination, but did you know that water plays an equally important role in that process? It’s important to consume enough water along with that fiber in order to plump it up and soften it. That way the food moves easily through the intestines, […]
When Texture Matters Food develops a soft, smooth, creamy texture from being well-cooked are easy to swallow, which matters a lot for anyone with swallowing challenges. Solutions for some are limited, so today I want to talk about Breakfast Cure for Parkinson’s and difficulty swallowing or dysphasia. The ease of preparing, the comfort of eating, […]
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