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How to Avoid These Holiday Health Hazards

Weight gain, hormone disruption and chronic stress are common culprits to a decreased level of wellness during the holiday season. At the tail-end of each year, there is a seemingly unavoidable temptation to overindulge, skip out on sleep or tolerate an excess of stress. Enjoying the foods and beverages we love isn’t a bad thing, »

Dairy Free Pumpkin Spice Ice Cream

Instead of always having to go out for ice cream, it’s nice to be able to create your own with ingredients that are generally accessible and easy to tailor to taste. Using frozen bananas as a base has become a staple for homemade ‘nice-cream’ since they offer just enough sweetness and a rich, creamy consistency »

What are probiotics and prebiotics?

Gut health is trending in a major way right now. The microbiome of the gut has recently been found to influence everything from digestions and absorption of nutrients to development of chronic diseases. Probiotics are being hyped as the “cure” for many ailments, in the form of “shots,” supplements, and fortified foods. But what actually »

Savory Protein and Fiber Packed Chili

There’s something extra cozy and comforting about chilly weather and a heaping bowl of homemade chili – especially with the benefit of chili being a great option for a protein and fiber rich meal. Cooking up a big batch that can be enjoyed right away, refrigerated or frozen to be reheated later is as easy »

Baked Grain-Free Treats you can Enjoy for Breakfast

The fall season is finally here and I couldn’t be more thrilled about cooler temperatures, beautiful amber leaves, and pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING! Also, I am very excited that baking season is upon us. I utilize baking as a way to destress from a long day, that usually includes an early morning workout followed by a »