Happy Sunday! As always, Links We Love brings you our favorite health and fitness information from around the web. This week, we’re looking at the kitchen and nutrition: from the scientific case for eating butter to new research on herbal supplements. We want to spread the love and share kickass content in the wellness world, and here are our picks:
The 9 Easiest Recipes EVER: 3 Ingredients or Fewer
Pantry looking a little bare? No need to run out and restock the shelves. These nine delicious recipes — from peanut butter cookies to easy oatmeal pancakes — require only three ingredients each. (via HerCampus)
Butter and Your Heart: The Facts
One doctor makes a case for Julia Child’s favorite ingredient, claiming that there’s no scientific evidence linking butter consumption to negative health outcomes. (via Dr. Briffa)
11 Thanksgiving Pie Recipes That Will Blow Your Mind
Pumpkin, pecan, apple: We’ve been there, eaten that. If you want to really blow guests’ minds this Thanksgiving, check out this list of innovative pie recipes, from the salted caramel roasted nut tart to cranberry chiffon pie. (via Bustle)
Herbal Supplements Are Often Not What They Seem
Many Americans stock their shelves with herbal supplements that supposedly prevent colds, treat depression, and fight flatulence. But a recent investigation found that some of these supplements are nothing more than rice and weeds. (via The New York Times)
Would You Drink This Wine From a Can?
For those worried about looking too classy holding a glass, one company is trying to “beerify” wine by selling it in a can. (via Fast Company)
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