Just eight percent of people typically keep their New Year’s resolutions.
That stat seems like a good reason to start thinking outside of the box for new and more sustainable ideas. It’s admirable to set goals for the year ahead, but it’s easy to fall back on the defaults (i.e. eat better or exercise more). And there is good reason why the diet and fitness industries count on January as one of their most lucrative time periods, which is then followed by a drop-off period. In fact, they count on our failures to change.
You’ve heard it all: Sugar is bad. Sugar is toxic. Sugar will destroy your health.
Fear-mongering messages around sugar abound. They are extreme, unhelpful, and take the joy out of eating dessert. Bah Humbug.
Truthfully, it is not that simple – cutting out one ingredient (like sugar) or groups of food is not what will lead to better health. In fact, it can be detrimental to health.
Fondue is a fun, communal food that’s great for parties and holiday gatherings. Traditional Swiss fondue is made with melted cheese and wine, and dessert fondue is often made with melted chocolate. The recipes below take a different spin on fondue with peanut butter as the base. Both the sweet and savory versions are packed with flavor and plant-based protein. You can customize the items for dipping to your taste or what’s in season.
The holiday season is filled with family, friends, warm nights in front of a fire and holiday decorations galore. But the holiday season is also a time for reflection, to give thanks and to give to others through acts of kindness. While running a charity 5K or volunteering at a local shelter are great ways to give back to the community, we’ve listed some different ways that you might not have thought of.
The history of how peanut butter met jelly is a little fuzzy, but one thing is for certain – they were meant to be together.
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