00:00 – 5:30:
5:30 – 8:15: Topic 1: “A study out of Baylor University suggests that writing a “to-do” list before bedtime could help with better sleep! The new research says it can be helpful as it "offloads" any worries about unfinished tasks, which could delay sleep.” (Writing a “to-do” list before bedtime could help with better sleep) https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/writing-a-to-do-list-before-bedtime-could-help-with-better-sleep-1.3759536
8:15 – 16:45: Topic 2: “If you’re still having trouble sleeping, an article in the Globe & Mail suggests getting enough magnesium. One researcher summarized a bunch of studies, saying that magnesium deficiency has been associated with higher levels of stress, anxiety and difficulty relaxing, which are key ingredients to getting good night’s sleep.” (“Does magnesium help you sleep?”) https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health/does-magnesium-help-you-sleep/article37538017/
16:45 – 25:00: Topic 3: “From sleep to exercise now – it might turn out that exercise won’t help you lose a lot of weight! In looking at more than 60 studies, two researchers for Vox found that exercise accounts for only a small portion of your daily calorie burn, and that it can undermine your weight loss goals in other, more subtle ways.” (“The science is in: exercise won’t help you lose much weight.”) https://www.vox.com/2018/1/3/16845438/exercise-weight-loss-myth-burn-calories
26:30 – 35:14: “I keep waking up at 3 a.m. Is there anything I can do?”
35:14 – 44:10: “I love checking Instagram on my phone before bed, but I hear so much about the blue light is bad for the brain. What could it be doing to my sleep?”
44:10 – 51:56: “I have no idea where to start with supplements for babies. I hear iron is a good start, but is that true?”
Here is what I am making for dinner tonight. So yummy! When it’s just my husband and I at home, I cook once and we enjoy this for dinner on two different days.
Once you have tried this, let me know what you think! Send us your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org !
For the pasta sauce:
For the noodles:
Saute the onion and celery in the coconut ghee till the vegetables are almost tender, about 5 minutes. Add the beef and saute together until the meat is cooked through. Add the mushrooms, if using, and saute briefly.
Pour the pasta sauce into the meat and vegetable mixture, add the parsley, and heat gently. Meanwhile, use a spiralizer to create zucchini pasta, and in a separate large pan, toss the noodles in the olive oil and heat on medium for 1-2 minutes. Serve the noodles topped with the sauce.
If you don’t have a spiralizer, you may dice some of the zucchini and add it to the sauce with or instead of the mushrooms. It will be a different texture experience, but still tasty and satisfying.
* Mia’sis the most flavourful pasta sauce ever. The fresh-picked taste and quality shine through. Any variety of Mia’s pasta sauce will work with this recipe: I used roasted red pepper but am equally fond of tomato basil or kale. However, note that Mia’s Siracha pasta sauce is very spicy – not for the faint of heart - so I would recommend this one only if you like lots of heat, and then add only a little of the sauce at a time, until it tastes just right to you.