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Mar 14, 14:00

WebMD Health Monday, March 14, 2022 12:25 PM
     Their suggestions can be harmless or ineffective, but they also can be misleading, fraudulent, or even dangerous.

WebMD Health Monday, March 14, 2022 11:37 AM
     Sibling rivalries come down to how kids perceive they're treated by parents. An imbalance causes strain even as adults. Empathy can help you make amends.

WebMD Health Monday, March 14, 2022 11:23 AM
     A new study reveals about 1 in 6 U.S. couples have one partner who is vaccinated against COVID-19 and one who is not.

Mark's Daily Apple Monday, March 14, 2022 12:36 PM

Oven-roasted garlic is the new latest and greatest Internet culinary craze. Everything old is new again, huh? Seemingly simple, this take on a savory topper to vegetables and Italian-inspired dishes has foodies in a frenzy. It's unclear what made this classic technique so trendy again, but roasted garlic cloves have a delicious aroma and a mellow, rich taste. Like other alliums, garlic is a good source of prebiotic fiber to feed your gut microbiota, and it boasts some other impressive health benefits as well. Even if you usually find garlic a bit too pungent for your taste, I'd strongly encourage you to give this recipe a try. Making Roasted Garlic Makes: Recipe is for one head of garlic, but you can make as many as you want at one time! Ingredients One head of garlic 1-2 Tbsp Primal Kitchen Olive Oil or Avocado Oil Directions The smell and taste of roasted garlic is delicious in SO many recipes, and it's very simple to make. To make roasted garlic, first cut off the top quarter or third of your head of garlic horizontally so you can see all of the little cloves inside. Next, you have three options depending on what you have on hand: Place the head of garlic cut side up in the center of a small piece of parchment. Drizzle a teaspoon or two of olive oil or avocado oil on top of the exposed cloves. Wrap the parchment up over the garlic and tie with a piece of butcher twine. Place the head of garlic cut side up in the center of a small piece of parchment. Drizzle a teaspoon or two of olive or avocado oil on top. Wrap up the parchment over the garlic like a little package. Then place the covered garlic in the center of a small piece of foil and wrap the foil up over the top of the garlic. Place the garlic in a small ramekin cut side up and drizzle it with oil. Any of the above options will work! Once you've prepped your garlic, place it on a small sheet pan and put it in a 375 degree Fahrenheit (190 degree Celsius) oven for 30 to 45 minutes, or until the garlic cloves are soft. When finished, allow the garlic to cool for a few minutes, then remove it from whatever paper or container it is in. Squeeze the garlic from the bottom so the cloves squeeze out of the top. Squeeze the roasted cloves into a small ramekin and then use in your favorite recipe. How to Store Roasted Garlic I find that I use roasted garlic right away, so I personally never need to store it. There are concerns about botulism from storing garlic in oil at room temperature, so store garlic covered in oil in the fridge for short-term storage. However, I recommend if you make extra garlic and want to store it, keeping it in the freezer works best. Simply squeeze out the cloves and place … Continue reading "How to Roast Garlic (Plus a Bonus Recipe!)"

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HEALTHIANS BLOG Monday, March 14, 2022 6:05 AM

Contributed by: Rachana Arya   Introduction Although "brain fog" isn't really a medical condition, it can be quite frustrating to find that you can't keep up. It can make you feel fuzzy-headed and impact can impact the quality of your life.  It is common to feel brain fog during times of intense stress. However, if […]

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