Jake Cohen

About: Jake Cohen

Jake Cohen is a chef and food stylist located in NYC. He maintains his own food blog, Salads and Sundaes, where he shares his passion for healthy cooking. After spending time as a line cook in some of New York's best restaurants, he now works in the test kitchen of a reputable food magazine. In his spare time, when he is not in the kitchen, you can find Jake staying active, whether it be practicing yoga or taking spin classes. Connect with him on Twitter & Instagram.

Articles By Jake Cohen

Consumer Health Digest
Mar12

Roasted Walnut Hummus – A Healthy Late-Night Snack

While many may face the occasional night of tossing and turning, those with insomnia have to deal with restless nights constantly Insomnia, however, can leave much harsher effects on an individual beyond being tired. Long-term sleep loss has been associated with an increased risk of high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, depression, and heart attack. There are many lengths one can take to help them maintain a regular sleep schedule,...

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Consumer Health Digest
Mar05

Three-Bean Chili – The Ultimate Testosterone Booster

Naturally, men begin to see a decrease in testosterone as they age, losing about 1% annually each year over 30. While many associate low testosterone levels with a reduced sex drive, an imbalance of this hormone could affect many other physical and emotional functions. Men can see an increase in body fat, fatigue, and insomnia during a decrease in muscle mass, bone density, and body hair. There are many foods that can be incorporated...

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Consumer Health Digest
Feb23

Roasted Turnips with Sautéed Turnip Greens and Turnip Green Gremolata

Turnips have always been revered for being rich in nutrients, such as Vitamin C and potassium. However, you should be saving the green tops that are all too often thrown in the trash. By using the entire plant, you significantly increase the nutritional value of your meal. Specific to turnip greens, they provide vitamins and minerals crucial to bone health. The green tops are not only rich in magnesium, copper, calcium, potassium, and...

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