When the weather turns colder, most of us would like to curl up in a cozy spot and dive into a huge plate of comfort food. But with these sometimes-unhealthy indulgences always comes a bit of regret. If you find yourself thinking, “I shouldn’t have eaten that!”, especially during the holiday season, you’re probably not alone.
We at Randall Beans have a lot to say about gratitude. And, ‘Tis the Season of thankfulness, so we decided to share everything that has warmed our hearts and brought a smile to our faces in the hopes that you’ll share this joy with us and take a moment to remember the wonderful people and other blessings in your own life.
Dementia diagnoses are rising in the Western world, leading us to focus on lifestyle changes to protect our brain health. Dementia encompasses many neurodegenerative diseases, including, but not limited to:
When you sit down to eat a meal, what’s your top priority? Are you worried about your waistline? Your wallet? The nutrition your body derives from the meal? Or do you just want something quick, easy, and tasty?
When times got tough, our ancestors ate beans. In fact, beans were so important during the Great Depression that they became the basis for a number of classic dishes you may remember from your grandma’s house when you were a kid.