Why? Because it doesnt need it. Unsweetened yogurt, simple old fermented milk without additives, can unfortunately be difficult to find nowadays. Tummy-Pleasing Maple Pumpkin Custard If you love yogurt, but are struggling to locate quality, grass-fed, organic yogurt in the brightly-colored sea of the dairy aisle (or simply cannot afford the quality stuff), try making it at home instead. All it takes is a liter or two of organic, grass-fed milk and a couple of tablespoons of active yogurt. Let them mingle and ferment overnight and viola! fresh, homemade yogurt. For detailed instructions, David Lebovitzbreaks it down on his blog . Bottle them in small recycled glass jars to reduce waste (only the milk container will need to be recycled or repurposed) and youre done a generous amount of yogurt the price of a liter of milk ( Organic Valley Grassmilk is $5-6 for a half gallon, so that would be around $2.50 to $3 in total) with relatively little effort. If you are a yogurt-lover, making your own high-quality batches could save you upwards of $500 a year. Sounds pretty good to me!
Pak group calls for healthy living
A little girl’s insides were compacted because of something she was born without, but a special surgery is giving her stomach some much needed space. Crystal Oko has the story in tonight’s Healthy Living. Updated: Friday, May 31 2013 6:00 PM EDT2013-05-31 22:00:10 GMT Half a million premature babies are born in the U.S. every year. To continue the development that should have happened in the womb, many spend their first few months of life in intensive care. That Half a million premature babies are born in the U.S. every year. To continue the development that should have happened in the womb, many spend their first few months of life in intensive care. That Updated: Wednesday, May 29 2013 6:00 PM EDT2013-05-29 22:00:26 GMT It’s the leading cause of cancer deaths in both men and women, higher than colon, breast, and prostate cancer. Each year, lung cancer strikes more than 220,000 people.
Pakistan Consul General Aftab Ahmed Khokher participated in the function, which was presided over by PEG President Mutahir Rizvi and attended by scores of prominent community members. PEG Vice-President Javed Khan said 80 percent of chronic diseases such as obesity, hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol are linked to modern lifestyle and that such disorders can be prevented or delayed by changing habits. Javed said that diabetes can be prevented among males and females through regular exercise and diet control. He also stressed on disorders associated with obesity and emphasized that such disorders may be more harmful than smoking. He presented guidelines for regular medical check-up to detect diseases at the early stages. He pointed out that early detection and treatment can make a difference in prognosis and recommended screening measures for common ailments in both males and females. Javed highlighted the harmful effects of prevalent sedentary lifestyle and stressed on the role of exercise and diet for healthy living. He warned against the high caloric content of several traditional Pakistani foods and dispelled commonly held health myths.