Most Efficient Drink For Flat Tummy: Sassy Water

We call this recipe Sassy Water, in honor of its creator Prevention nutrition director Cynthia Sass, and because it's a heck of a lot perkier than plain old water. The ingredients aren't just for flavor: The ginger also helps calm and soothe your GI tract. Even more important: making it each day will help you focus on your goal of getting a flatter belly once and for all.
Drinking water, especially Sassy Water and using low-calorie food will cause immense changes, in & on your body in only four days. Even your wrinkles can disappear. By eliminating carbohydrates, red meat, sugar, and caffeine from your daily menu, your body will stop storing water. By losing weight symptoms of weaker, light headed or nauseous are possible in this period. But, these symptoms may not happen, however. Finally, this reaction varies from person to person.

Sassy Water Recipe Ingredients: ⏩1 bowl;
⏩8 glasses of water (filtered water is ideal);
⏩1 middle length cucumber, chopped on slices (it is a natur…

How to Make Soft and Fluffy Dinner Buns

FINALLY!! I have been looking for a soft, fluffy dinner roll recipe and after trying myriad different ones, this is the one! Seriously easy and fast! They came out perfectly. I'll be making these again, they are so light and tender.

Dinner roll recipeIngredients
⇒1 tablespoon active dry yeast
⇒¹/₂ cup warm water
⇒¹/₂ cup milk (whole, 2%, or skim)
⇒1 large egg
⇒2 tablespoons vegetable oil
⇒2 tablespoons sugar
⇒1 teaspoon salt
⇒3 cups all-purpose flour
⇒1 tablespoon butter

Equipment⇒Standing mixer or a mixing bowl, if making rolls by hand
⇒Bench scraper or sharp knife
⇒Parchment paper
⇒9x13 baking dish

Combine the ingredients for the dough:  In the bowl of a standing mixer (or a large bowl, if mixing by hand), stir the yeast into the warm water and let it sit until dissolved. In a separate bowl, whisk together the milk, egg, oil, sugar, and salt. Add this to the yeast mixture and stir until combined. Add all the flour and stir until it forms a shaggy dough.

Knead the dough:  Knead at low …


Making all kinds of pastes and pestos for super tasty meals in minutes really couldn’t be easier, and this garlic and ginger paste is just that. Easy, quick, and packs a punch of flavor to any dish.

Garlic is one of the most powerful antibiotics and antibacterial herbs on the planet. It is a powerful immune booster and a very important food for the allergy season.

Ginger: This herb has natural antihistamine properties, which makes it the perfect remedy for allergy seasons.
For this paste, you will need
Ingredients↬A hand (Immersion) blender
↬1 Bud Garlic
↬Ginger (About 6 inches worth)
↬2 Tbsp. Drinking Water

MethodSimply clean and peel both the ginger and garlic. Roughly chop the ginger and garlic then add it to a jug or deep container with some water. Blitz for about 3 mins or until a fine paste is formed.
Store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to 2 weeks or freeze portions in ice-cube trays and keep it for up to 2 months.

What to Eat for Breakfast: Mandazi with Tea

Today I’d like to start a fresh by posting one of my favorites. Mandazi with Chai!
Mandazi (also known as Maandazi or Ndao and sometimes called Mahamri or Mamri) are East African donuts. You can find these delicious donuts in large urban areas and also among the Swahili people of East Africa. Most small restaurants, called hotelis in Kenya, serve mandazi. You can also find mandazi being sold by street vendors.

It is a dish that can be served as a breakfast with tea, appetizer before lunch, or even a soft late night dinner to entertain your groaning stomach before going to bed.

Trust me. I have been reading your comments and emails about mandazi and a lot of your complains have been about them being too tough or stringy after a while.

Folks. Rejoice! because this is not!

They are bite size, tender and AMAZINGLY good. Don’t believe me make it and see for yourself. Before you make these addictive bites . Here are some tips to keep in mind before you proceed!!

– Make sure the water is…

When parenting you need all the support you can get

Being a parent is not easy and at times you may need extra help. Don't be afraid to reach out. Most of us need support sometimes, and family members and friends are usually willing to help you and provide advice.

You might also think about joining a parent support group. You'll find that other parents have similar experiences and can share valuable information and resources. If you're a single, ask the other parent, a close relative, or friend to babysit your child.

Since you're parenting full time, it's especially important that you take time for you. Doing something you enjoy that will help you relax and you'll become a happier person and parent.

How to Protect Yourself From Junk Food

Many of us may be surprised to learn that my healthy people don’t always eat healthy foods! It’s tragic I know. The sad reality is that we are old enough to make our own choices when we are away from home and we don’t always choose green peppers when there are chips around.
Does Junk Food Exist?You hear a lot about “junk food,” but what makes a food “junk”?Any food that is high in sugar or fat, with very little protein, vitamins, and minerals, or fiber is junk food. Junk food is not the best choice for everyday snacking. You can eat junk foods sometimes, but it should be eaten along with a healthy diet. Junk foods usually add too many calories. If you are not a physically active person, be sure to eat healthy foods before eating any junk foods.

How Do You Protect Yourself?
If unhealthy, processed food, is sabotaging your weight loss efforts, outsmart junk food cravings with these clever tricks outlined below.
Practice the five-ingredient ruleFirst, read the ingredients on the food package…

Common Problems Newborns Experience

Your baby has finally arrived home from the hospital. As you learn to care for you baby, there are a few things you should know. 
The following are common problems newborns experience:
Jaundice  A yellow color of the skin and eyes, which is common in many babies. Gently press on your baby's nose, forehead, or thigh to see if the skin under your finger looks yellow. Jaundice usually appears in the first 3 to 5 days of life. It normally goes away within a few days.
Cradle Cap  This is a yellowish or whitish, scaly, patchy area over part of the baby's scalp. It's caused by the buildup of oil and the shedding of skin cells. Daily washing and/or soft brushing may help treat cradle cap. Your pediatrician may also prescribe a stronger shampoo or ointment.
Baby Acne  It's a red, pimply rash on the face and usually, happens during the third or fourth week of life. Pregnancy hormones that stimulate the oil glands in the skin cause it. Gently wash your baby's face with a mild soap o…