Honey is probably the sweetener I reach for most often (well, maybe tied with pure maple syrup, anyway). I love it in tea, I often drizzle a little on toast or a buttered English muffin, and it adds just the right amount of sweetness to plain Greek yogurt with fruit and chia seeds. I had an amazing pizza lately that included hot peppers with a drizzle of honey (called a “Bee Sting), and when I’m looking to add a touch of sweetness and consistency to a salad dressing? Honey to the rescue. And, did you know about all the health…

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You know you should stay hydrated for good health, and a book that recently landed on my desk for review makes it clear that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor when it comes to sipping on something super healthy. Anti-Inflammatory Drinks for Health by Maryea Flaherty, the founder of HappyHealthyMama.com, is packed with recipes for more than 100 smoothies, shots, broths, teas, tonics, fizzes, and more — all of which are are packed with nutrients scientifically proven to reduce inflammation (which, you might recall, is something I’m rather interested in myself). There’s a Rosemary Coconut Cooler that I’m itching to try, a Hangover…

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