In The Kitchen

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July 26, 2017
  •  Jessica Hunter

The Lazy Chef’s Guide to Cooking in 5 Ingredients or Less

As much as I love cooking, there is nothing more annoying than opening a cookbook or looking up a recipe and seeing a list of ingredients a mile long. Situations like this have caused for me to fly by the seat of my pants, experiment and mix n’ match the ingredients I already gravitate towards.... Read More >
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June 28, 2017
  •  Jessica Hunter

The Busy Girl’s Guide to Meal Prep

Eating healthy on a busy schedule can be tough! Errands, work, workouts, I think its safe to say that we’ve all been there…so tired by our own day-to-day lives that the last thing we want to do is cook, so grabbing take-out just happens. Just like a good workout, a solid meal plan doesn’t just... Read More >
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May 31, 2017
  •  Jessica Hunter

5 Ways to Toss the Toast – Not the Avocado

I don’t know about you but I love a good piece of avocado toast (or three) as much as the next girl, but…with the summer right around the corner and my cute new itty bitty bikini on the brain, I decided it was time to toss the toast in search of some healthier options! Don’t... Read More >
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May 10, 2017
  •  Kara Stout

8 Tips to Naturally Reduce Sugar Cravings

With more education circulating and more people prioritizing their health, we are all realizing just how addicting and detrimental refined sugar can be. It’s sneaky, and many food companies add it into everything. And I mean everything! Some of the dangers of too much added sugar include: poor general health, weakened immune system, weight gain,... Read More >
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May 3, 2017
  •  Britt Martin

Upgrading your Smoothie for Optimal Nutrients

Who doesn’t love a good smoothie? Whether for a meal or snack, they seem to always hit the spot, and when done right pack an array of nutrients. But not all smoothies are created equal. Some (especially store-bought ones) have too much sugar in them, and others just aren’t providing the nutrients they could be.... Read More >
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April 12, 2017
  •  Kara Stout

8 Benefits of Matcha + A Homemade Lavender Matcha Latte Recipe

Beautiful green matcha is popping up everywhere these days.  This vibrant powdered tea is trendy for great reason too!  Matcha originated from Japan and is stoneground green tea leaves. Since you’re consuming the actual tea leaves when enjoying matcha, you’re provided with a nutritional powerhouse and tremendous health benefits. According to studies, typically when we... Read More >
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March 29, 2017
  •  Kara Stout

3 Simple & Fresh Spring Cocktails

Cheers to warmer temps, sweet sunshine, blossoming flowers, cleansing foods, fresh cocktails, and all that comes with spring! I love simple foods and drinks that not only provide nourishment but also offer a lot of delicious flavor, which, luckily, is easy to accomplish with whole, nutrient packed foods.  And this can transfer over to clean... Read More >
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March 8, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

Ways to Eat More Pulses

Pulses have become increasingly popular in the food community over the past couple of years, and for good reason. Not only are pulses super nutritious, but they’re also affordable, sustainable, and easy to prepare. Pulses, which include beans, chickpeas, lentils, and dried peas, are great sources of plant-based protein, iron, heart-healthy fiber, and other nutrients,... Read More >
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March 2, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

Butternut Squash Black Bean Tacos

Squash is having a huge moment, and I kind of love it. All kinds of winter squash are popping up everywhere, in the form of noodles, on pizza, as delicious winter side dishes and in all kinds of salads. So much deliciousness to soak in! One of my favorite winter squash varieties is butternut squash.... Read More >
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February 1, 2017

Warm Winter Salad

When I started practicing yoga at CorePower Yoga several years ago to gain more flexibility, I had no idea what a journey I was setting out on.  The word yoga means to yoke or unite, and often uses a physical practice to unite the body, mind and spirit. What began as a form of exercise... Read More >