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Buddha bowls are big right now, and it's easy to see why. They're delicious, nutritious and fun to make. It doesn't hurt that they look beautiful, too!
CHICKPEAS: 1 1/2 cup chickpeas (15.5 ounce can) 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 to 1 tablespoon liquid smoke 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 teaspoon chili powder 1/2 teaspoon smoked paprika 1. Pre-heat the oven to 425° Fahrenheit. 2. In a bowl, toss the chickpeas with the oil, liquid smoke and spices. Add more or less liquid smoke based on your preference. 3. Transfer the chickpeas on to a
LEMON TAHINI DRESSING: 3/4 cup tahini 2/3 to 3/4 cup water 3 to 4 tablespoons lemon juice 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon minced garlic Salt and pepper, to taste 1. Combine all of the ingredients in a high-powered blender. For a thicker sauce, use 2/3 cup water. For a thinner sauce, use 3/4 cup or more. You can also adjust the lemon juice, garlic and spices according to your taste buds. 2. Blend until smooth. To store leftover tahini sauce, use an air-tight container and keep in the refrigerator.
BUDDHA BOWL: Whole grains (quinoa, brown rice, etc.) Smoky chickpeas Vegetables Healthy fats (avocado, almonds, etc.) Lemon tahini sauce 1. To construct your Buddha bowl, combine whole grains, healthy fats and vegetables of your choice. Ideas for veggies include leafy greens, carrots, broccoli and sprouts. Add the smoky chickpeas, tahini sauce and a sprinkle of sesame seeds (optional).
baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes or until crispy, tossing once halfway through.
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HOWGENZDISCOVERSMUSIC How people have discovered music throughout the generations may have changed, yet a love of music and the importance of it in a young person’s life remains. Perhaps members of Generation Z – meaning people born after 1996 – don’t buy vinyl albums or CDs anymore, but they have a multitude of possibilities when it comes to finding new music. Many Gen Z-ers use social media to learn about songs and artists that are on the rise. YouTube is also a popular way to find new tunes, and the fact that most songs are accompanied with music videos allow fans to feel even more connected to musicians. Streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify keep a steady feed of new music flowing into those white earbuds, but don’t think young people only go online to find music. Many say they still listen to the radio, which gives them access to the most popular music of the day, which they can then stream or download in any manner they choose.
THELINKBETWEENNUTRITIONANDCHRONICPAIN A study on the relationship between nutrition and chronic pain has showed a definite link between healthy eating and pain reduction. Of the individuals studied, 75 percent of those who switched to a healthier dietary plan reported a significant reduction of pain. The study, published by healthcare journal Practical Pain Management, also measured changes in pain of three other groups. The first, which altered specific dietary nutrients such as fibre and fat showed a 40 percent improvement in pain. Supplement-based changes in another group showed a 24 percent improvement. Lastly,
fasting therapy showed only short-term pain reduction and repeated trials showed negative effects on overall health. The study concluded that nutritional interventions would be of particular benefit in clinical settings as the implementation and practice could improve quality of life for people experiencing chronic pain.
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