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Control Your Destiny: A beautiful poem by my Niece Aaliya

What a beautiful thought 🤩🤩

Reviews and literature by Aaliya

Your destiny is in your hands, control it by the reins. Don’t make it your weakness or feel you can’t change it . Be strong and show the world; take some pains.

It’s your choice, either to follow it or make your dreams come true. Don’t let destiny pull you down, instead use it as wings and soar high.

Faith and destiny is within us, if you dare… then take it in your hands and make your dreams come true.

The magic is within us; the choice is ours we are free. So let’s change our fate and live our own destiny.

This poem is dedicated to Disney Princess Merida.

She is my inspiration.

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Timios Melts for babies Review |Easy and Healthy Snack for babies|Convenient baby snacks

This review will cover Baby Snacks

1) Timios Apple & Cinnamon Melts Review

2) Carrot & Cumin Melts Review

Timios Melts

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3 Delicious Plant Based Recipes that Heal Your Body from Pain

Interesting Indeed…I Love Turmeric 😀

If Good is Hungry

One of the best parts about being married to my husband Mike is that he is my yin to my yang, my mashed potatoes to my gravy and a  Fred to my Ginger. In fact, I consider our partnership almost like dancing to the tango cheek to cheek. Sometimes I lead and he follows, and sometimes he leads, and I follow with a strong grip. (Cue the sly smile.) Creating this food blog page is just like that partnership. Today I would like to officially introduce the food blog of If Good is Hungry. All of the recipes that you find here today are in conjunction to Mike’s blog,  Being Invictus: A Chiropractor’s Blog About Healthful Living while Conquering Pain , where he talks about Health and Wellness, Chiropractic, Pain Relief and the power of plant based eating towards faster recovery from pain. Mike firmly believes that nutrition plays a…

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What’s The Scoop on Turmeric?

I make Turmeric tea out of the roots. This is indeed the magical golden spice. I love Turmeric.

Yates Natural Health

I think by now most of you have heard about the amazing spice, turmeric.  The active ingredient in turmeric is curcumin.  Turmeric is a popular spice similar to ginger, known for its bright yellow/orange color and is used in curry powders and mustards.  This plant grows across India and other areas of Asia and Central America and is considered an Ayurvedic medicine.  Ayurvedic medicine (or Ayurveda for short) is one of the world’s oldest holistic (whole-body) healing system.  It was developed almost 4,000 years ago for medicine in India and is based on the belief that health and wellness depend on a delicate balance between the mind, body and spirit.  Unlike traditional medicine, Ayurvedic medicine’s main goal is to promote good health, not fight disease, however treatments may be geared toward specific health issues.  Turmeric has now been studied extensively and there are more than 15,000 manuscripts published about curcumin…

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How To Lose Weight Eating Like Marie Antoinette

Ohh How i love eating cakes !! It’s My birthday today and a very Happy birthday to me 😉

Dear Husband gifted this book to me 😀

Focus On Food Photography for Bloggers (Focus On Series): Focus on the Fund… https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00CJFAYF0/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_U_x_uo-xDb53ZRSX0 via @amazonIN

The Inkblotters

marie2 Kirsten Dunst indulges in the sweet life of Marie Antoinette. 

You may recall Marie Antoinette from your history class as being the Queen of France who was beheaded during the French Revolution, or you may know her best for Sofia Coppola’s exaggerated interpretation of the late Queen’s life in her 2006 film headlined by Kirsten Dunst as the titular role of Marie Antoinette. Often, when you think of the last Queen of France you imagine her opulent gowns, pompous wigs, and tables upon tables of colourful desserts. This was a queen who lives for excess, and yet, she was capable of maintaining a very slim waist 58cm (23in), for the majority of her life. Despite being known for devouring cakes and hot chocolate for breakfast. So how exactly did she achieve this sort of sorcery?

Karen Wheeler, author of the diet book, The Marie Antoinette Diet: Eat Cake and Still…

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Salt

Such an informative post. I try to use rock salt most of the time but not always. Have you ever thought/discussed/read about salt? Comment below and let me know 🙂

SwamiAyurved

Hello all,

Today’s post is on salt. Salt is an important ingredient of almost everything that we eat. Ayurveda understood it’s importance way back and has explained various types of salt along with its qualities.

But before that, let’s understand the salt we are eating today .

The free flowing ,super white sodium chloride fortified with iodine that we consume today is a chemically synthesized product( in some cases is a byproduct that is sold as edible salt).

We have come to believe that salt means sodium chloride (NaCl) and anything mixed with it is an “impurity”. Other minerals naturally available in common salt are labelled as impurities. These so called impurities are what makes the natural salt healthier. Because of the presence of other vital minerals the sodium content of the naturally available salt is automatically low.

Naturally occuring salt is hygroscopic – meaning it will get soggy with…

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Pickled Bananas

Pickled Bananas !!!!! Now who would have thought this 😛

A Hundred Years Ago

I’ve pickled lots of different fruits and vegetables, so when I saw a recipe in a hundred-year-old magazine for Pickled Bananas I just had to give it a try.

The Pickled Bananas were a nice change of pace. The pickling syrup which contained cinnamon, mace, and cloves was delightful. And, much to my surprise, the pickled bananas reminded me a little of pickled beets or other pickled starchy vegetable.

Here is the hundred-year-old recipe:

Source: American Cookery (December, 1917)

And, here is the recipe updated for modern cooks:

I am not as frugal as homemakers a hundred years ago. I did not set the syrup aside for more pickling after I made this recipe.

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