Start by mixing your dressing. In a small bowl combine tahini/mayo, vinegar, water and maple syrup. Set aside so the flavours come together. This can be made a day or two ahead and stored in the refrigerator until ready to use.
“A happy bowel makes a happy person.” One of my sayings! Agree or disagree?
We are learning more and more about how every system in our bodies is connected and the gut it turns out, affects much more than you might think!
This is a reason why in my practice, along with optimizing other factors, one of our focus points is to help patients optimize their gut microbiome.
Let’s look at some commonly asked questions about how gut health affects whole body health.
In this video, Dr. Mittal shows how to prepare this easy and healthy meal with ingredients on hand. This meal is full of plant protein, heart-healthy fiber and lots of flavor!
In this video, Dr. Richa Mittal shares Intermittent Fasting Hacks
Dr. Mittal shares 5 tips on how to stop stress eating and avoid unwanted weight gain during this COVID19 pandemic.
These cinnamon apple muffins can be a great part of a low carbohydrate diet (15 g net)- they are full of fiber and flavor and are a great option for breakfast or an on-the-go snack. They have ½ the sugar of a typical muffin, have filling fiber & heart healthy fats that keep you full for longer.
Did you know that certain chemicals in our personal care products and in the environment around us affect our hormones? They are called endocrine disruptors— some of these are linked to weight gain and obesity.
These chemicals contribute to weight gain by increasing the fat storage capacity of fat cells or by increasing the number of fat cells. Also, they may make it harder to maintain a healthy weight by changing hunger and fullness hormones, leading to more eating or by increasing the effects of high fat and high sugar diets.
If you and loved ones are looking to protect yourselves from such chemicals, and especially from the metabolic issues and resulting weight gain, read on.
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