For those of us who run hot, summer heat can be unbearable – here are some ways to cool down naturally!
I haven’t had a real soda in years, there are just too many artificial and chemical ingredients to mess with my metabolism, moods, and weight, so I make my own in just minutes.
Ah, the pleasures of spring! Rhubarb is one of those seasonal delights you have to grab and enjoy before it’s gone. This recipe helps you do that with ease.
These treats are the perfect balance of decadent and healthy. Rich in nutrients and chocolate with a fudgy texture to delight all of your senses….
This one-bowl-meal uses three nutrient rich foods to make a light but filling meal. Combined with the fabulous Grapefruit Chia Dressing, it’s a beatiful to look at and even more beautiful to eat.
This nutrient rich dressing is a bitter-sweet concoction full of flavor and color. Wonderful on arugula, or mixed with whole grains like quinoa.
Comforting and nourishing to the body, mind, and soul, this high protein hot chocolate is full of superfoods and antioxidants while light on the belly.
Many of the hormonal imbalances you can experience in menopause are caused or exacerbated by years of exposure to chemical ingredients in our personal care products. The best way to avoid these chemicals is to look for them on the label.
Caesar salads are one of my favorites, but my husband is allergic to anchovies, and I am not fond of boring croutons. So I spruced up this salad with some lovely fall apples and toasted sunflower seeds for crunch and warmth.
Have you tried, bubble tea yet? That slurpy slippery iced tea with tapioca pearls in it? Ok – I realize that 50% of the people reading this are going yum and the other 50% are probably gagging right now…