24.11.2011 27.Cheschwan. 5772 Jom Kippur Katan
Sprinkle these nuts and seeds onto your meals to keep you feeling full, satisfied and healthy this chilly season.
Across the northern hemisphere, the clocks have now switched back. It's that time of year when it starts to get dark depressingly early – by the time we finish work or school it seems like it is ten o’clock at night, when it is really only five. Fall is officially here, and winter is just around the corner. Besides getting darker earlier and colder by the minute, something else starts to happen: we feel hungrier, and we start to eat more and more. While the reasons for this occurrence varies across the board, studies have consistently shown that like clockwork, people generally increase their meal size and eat more around the beginning of November, resulting in a greater caloric consumption. So what can we do? Besides watching your calories and what specific foods you are eating more closely, there are a few other ways….