Cook Love Heal
Cook Love Heal is located in Austin, TX
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I’ve been featured in the Austin American Statesman, LA Yoga, and the Seattle Times as well as spots on Time Warner, The Mental Health Channel and Fox News Austin. Below are a few snippets of the coverage…
– Austin American Statesman
No matter if you’re eating a vegan diet every day of the year or, taking a cue from New York Times columnist Mark Bittman, eating meat-free meals before 6 p.m., it’s good to have some healthy brown bag lunch recipes in your repertoire.
What’s a brown bag lunch? I think of brown bag lunches being packed with foods that don’t have to be refrigerated and can be eaten at room temperature. Without any meat or cheese to keep cool or heat up, vegan meals are brown-bag friendly by nature, says Rachel Zierzow, a chef instructor in Austin who recently taught a class on the subject at the Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts on South Lamar Boulevard.
“”The macrobiotic diet is cleansing and nourishing at the same time. “ – Chef Rachel Z
When it comes to having clear, glowing skin and healthy hair and nails, well, we know that the right beauty routine is critical. But it’s not JUST products—the glow we all crave is also fueled by the kinds of food we eat. (No wonder fad diets these days seem to be geared more and more toward beauty versus physical fitness alone.) Take, for instance, the macrobiotic diet: a low-fat, high-fiber diet that champions whole grains, locally grown vegetables and plant-based proteins to prevent degenerative diseases and foster optimal health. But it’s not just about which foods to eat. The macrobiotic diet also recognizes food preparation, nature, lifestyle and inner balance as pillars of good health. As for how exactly this diet benefits your skin and hair, we asked a nutritionist, a dermatologist and a chef to enlighten us….
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