Oven-Baked Super-Green Falafel


Recipe by Donna Hay, food stylist, author, and magazine editor Ingredients: *Makes 16 1 x 400-g (14-oz.) can of chickpeas (garbanzo beans), drained and rinsed 1 onion, finely chopped 1 cup (120 g/4¼ oz.) frozen peas, slightly thawed 2 tablespoons white chia seeds 1 cup (90 g/3 oz.) finely chopped broccoli 2 cups (70 g/2½ oz.) … Continue reading Oven-Baked Super-Green Falafel

Put Your Mind on Your Eating and Your Eating On Your Mind


By Aparna Mele, MD Not just a trendy mental game, mindful eating is a sort of meditation in motion being actively studied for its far-reaching health benefits. This kind of practice, like other mindfulness techniques, emphasizes judgment-free awareness of your thoughts, emotions, and sensory experiences to help you focus on the meal you are eating, … Continue reading Put Your Mind on Your Eating and Your Eating On Your Mind

Teach Teenagers to Handle Money


Tips about starting teens with a checking account, debit, and credit cards. By Erica Wennell, My Gut Instinct Board and Sun Federal Credit Union  When teenagers leave home, they’re bombarded with credit card and other loan offers. If they’ve already learned to use financial services responsibly, with their parents’ help, they’re less likely to get … Continue reading Teach Teenagers to Handle Money