Hans-Peter Mayr, President & CEO of Sparkling Hill Resort
Health & Wellness Blog
With everything going on into today’s world forcing the majority of us to stay home and help keep others safe, it has created new challenges with the way we eat, cook, meal plan, and especially shop at your favorite grocery store. Executive Chef – John Stratton is sharing his tips and tricks to get the most out of your cooking and meal planning with our new ‘Foodie Fridays’ blog.
Eating certain foods can help pump up your immune system and help keep you healthy in these unsure times as we try to find ways to stay healthy. It is most likely that you are already using some of the immune boosting foods I’ll be talking about, there are dozens of food that are great for your immune system and help give your body the vitamins it needs to fight off sickness and keep you going. I am going to touch on my top five favorite immune boosting foods I use at home all the time.
Find out just how good the red bell pepper is for you along with some recipes and nutritional facts that will have you using those peppers much more frequently.
I know a lot of people might cringe if broccoli...
Part Four of the Foodie Friday series on Immune System Boosting Food. Chef Stratton explains the benefits of garlic and provides some of his mouth-watering recipes for Garlic confit dressing and a Garlic steak rub…
Mindfulness is a conscious decision to pay attention to all of only what is happening in the present moment; considering everything that is going on in and around one; and without giving negative tags to these experiences.
Welcome back to part five of the immune-boosting food series, this installment will be the last of the immune-boosting series. We are delighted with the response to the recipes we have been providing. Thank you for all of the wonderful feedback, questions, and messages that we have been receiving, we are thrilled that you are enjoying the content and Thank you for your continued readership!
For most of us, September is a very busy month. School has started and everyone goes back to work with new routines and adjustments. A huge workload has to be shouldered again, budgets blown by the summer adventures have to be readjusted and the family’s needs have to be considered.