If Fructose is Bad, What About Fruit?

Chia Seed Pudding 3 Ways (Easy & Healthy Breakfast Idea) | Homemade Food by Amanda

Hi, this is Amanda. Welcome to my channel. Today we are going to make chia pudding with three of my favorite flavors, and I even give them names. They’re Very berry, Tropical heat and Mocha love. I like to have chia pudding for breakfast sometimes because they’re very nutritious and Continue Reading

Chia Seed Pudding 3 Ways (Easy & Healthy Breakfast Idea) | Homemade Food by Amanda

Hi, this is Amanda. Welcome to my channel. Today we are going to make chia pudding with three of my favorite flavors, and I even give them names. They’re Very berry, Tropical heat and Mocha love. I like to have chia pudding for breakfast sometimes because they’re very nutritious and Continue Reading

Chia Seed Pudding 3 Ways (Easy & Healthy Breakfast Idea) | Homemade Food by Amanda

Hi, this is Amanda. Welcome to my channel. Today we are going to make chia pudding with three of my favorite flavors, and I even give them names. They’re Very berry, Tropical heat and Mocha love. I like to have chia pudding for breakfast sometimes because they’re very nutritious and Continue Reading

High Fibre Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins with Mairlyn Smith

Hi, welcome to My Left Frying Pan. I’m Mairlyn Smith. Hello! Alright, the season is over, the holiday binge-eating, the craziness… and we’re back to reality. And a lot of you are feeling kind of bloated because you might have gone a little bit crazy over the holiday season. So Continue Reading

Healthy Gut Tips: Are Chocolate and Coffee Actually Good For Us?

The thing is the sort of troubles we come across with The Gut Stuff is that it’s so personalized and unique but what are the general rules that you say are to keep a healthy gut for everyone? The general rules are firstly, eat real food okay so reduced processed Continue Reading

Cup to Cup: Closing the Loop – A Starbucks and Sustana Partnership

Turning an old Starbucks cup into a new Starbucks cup, it’s not a magic trick. There’s a systematic and scientific method behind transforming paper waste into food grade fiber, into new products and reusable possibilities. Every year in the United States, an estimated 60 billion single-use coffee cups, many of Continue Reading