My favorite Chocolate Cake Every once in a while you have to indulge! Just try to use the best ingredients, real chocolate and enjoy! Forbes Riley Chocolate Cake Prep time 10 mins Cook Time 35 mins Ingredients butter and flour for coating and dusting the cake pan 3 cups all-purpose flour 3 cups granulated sugar 1½ cups unsweetened cocoa powder 1 tablespoon baking soda 1½ teaspoons baking powder 1½ teaspoons salt 4 large eggs 1½ cups buttermilk 1½ cups warm water ½ cup vegetable oil 2 teaspoons vanilla extract Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Butter three 9-inch cake rounds. Dust with flour and tap out the excess. (see cooking lesson below) Mix together flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt in a stand mixer using a low speed until combined. Add eggs, buttermilk, warm water, oil, and vanilla. Beat on a medium speed until smooth. This should take just a couple of minutes. Divide batter among the three pans. I found that it took just over 3 cups of the batter to divide it evenly. Bake for 30-35 minutes until the cake meets the toothpick test (stick a toothpick in and it comes out clean). [...]
People always ask me, 'How do you get kids to eat healthy?" The answer is simple - feed them healthy - may sound easy but before most children are 2 years old they have been inundated with sugar, birthday cake, candy, high fructose corn syrup, cereals, ice cream and the list goes on... food that if you truly realized how bad it was - you wouldn't feed to someone who hated - but now you are noticing you're feeding it your most precious loved ones -- they are getting desensitized to taste, further away from raw, natural flavors and the heading towards early diabetes, obesity and a host of health problems. If its true you ARE WHAT YOU EAT - then lets start with natural, nutrition rich ingredients to help build our young ones as strong and healthy as possible yes? replace sugar drinks with fresh natural juices (adding in veggies) offer them water whenever possible involve them in the cook process in the kitchen talk about what food really is and why we eat - and if you don't know, lets get educated!
Symptoms Your Liver Isn’t Functioning Optimally If you have recently noticed any of the symptoms mentioned below, you could be suffering from impaired liver function. It is particularly important to consider these symptoms if you identify with one or more of the risk factors mentioned above. Bloating and gas Acid reflux and heartburn Constipation Skin and/or eyes that are yellowish (symptom of jaundice) Inability to lose weight High blood pressure Moodiness, anxiousness, or depression Dark urine Rosacea Chronic fatigue Excessive sweating Bruise easily Poor appetite Fortunately, you can improve your liver’s functioning. Through a thorough cleanse, you can start to feel better in a matter of a couple of weeks.
I seem to get very inspired while I'm in the car - yes, I'm hands free - and no I do not recommend doing this! But I get so darn inspired so enjoy! Clean out your closet Shop your local market eat clean - garbage in, garbage out! value of fresh grass fed butter - good fat, feel full and watch video to find the 5th -- its a very inspiring one!! here's the transcript 0:39 listen oh did I get your email in i did get your email i am launching my program 0:43 as we speak I am busy writing I should have it up soon 0:47 I think it's pretty exciting I think what I the feedback that I got in for 0:51 all of you joining me here is it is a real shortage of supported programs is a 0:55 real list of diets that you can go on 0:57 you get my notifications to get notifications for periscope or for 1:01 facebook mentions on Tina thank you for inviting other people i know there are 1:06 people who are amazing on periscope about swiping and my friends Alex and 1:12 Kim Garst are [...]
Doctors talk about an apple a day well - good news for Hawaii - Pineapples are IDEAL for Weight Loss! 1. Fresh, raw pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain that aids digestion by breaking down protein in the digestive tract. This promotes muscle strength and elasticity, and we know that muscle burns more calories than fat! 2. The bromelain enzyme contains potassium, so it actually neutralizes sodium, arginine and some acids. This helps eliminate water from your body, flushing fat out with it...making it a natural diuretic. It even drains adipose tissue, thus being a treatment for cellulite. 3. Pineapple is also anti-inflammatory which helps solve many stomach and intestinal problems. 4. Pineapple contains no fat, and is a low calorie, low energy density fruit which means more food for less calories. Why not eat fresh pineapple instead of having a sugary dessert?! (1 serving = app. 1⁄2 cup = about 40 calories) 5. The high fiber content in pineapples makes you feel full (causing you to stop eating) and helps keep your bowels consistent. 6. Pineapple is 87% water which helps you feel full and increases your water intake, both of which are good for weight loss. 7. [...]
What a treat to work with chef and cardiac interventialist Dr Mike Fenster - he is called the GrassRoots Gourmet Innovative Tasty Food, FAST ! Follow us and Dr Mike and I created delicous meals with spices found around the world. We step by step lay out the recipes so YOU can be a superstar chef in YOUR own kitchen. Please also ask any questions and tell me about YOUR favorite recipes so we can feature you as ForbesFactor Guest Chef!