TAG: recipes

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December 20, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

How To Make Bone Broth

Bone broth has increased in popularity over the last year or so, with many people in the health and wellness community touting its high collagen content and ability to heal your gut, “detox” your system, make your skin appear more youthful, ease arthritis pain and boost your immune system. Food companies have taken notice and... Read More >
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November 29, 2017
  •  Kelsey Lee

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... Read More >
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November 21, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

31 Healthy Pumpkin Recipes To Use Up A Whole Pumpkin

Pumpkin season is here! Pumpkins are very similar to squash, and while pumpkin is normally used in sweet treats and baked goods, pumpkin has many uses from soups and stews to granola and pancakes. Pumpkin flesh is a great source of vitamin A, which helps with your eye health and immune function, as well as... Read More >
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October 18, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

Chia Pudding 3 Ways

Chia seeds have become a popular go-to health food in the wellness world. Chia seeds can be seen everywhere on Instagram, sprinkled on smoothie bowls, toast, and yogurt. Chia seeds can also be made into a gel referred to as chia pudding, which can be flavored with fruit, nut butter, and spices for delicious, healthy... Read More >
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September 20, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

Healthy Baked Oatmeal Cups

Back-to-school time means busy days and nights for parents (and non-parents)! All of the rushing around can leave you reaching for fast-food or packaged bars for quick breakfasts. While there is nothing wrong with convenience foods every once in a while, you want to make sure you and your family are getting a nourishing start... Read More >
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August 23, 2017
  •  Kaleigh McMordie

3 Healthy Mason Jar Salads

Preparing your own lunches at home to take to work or school is not only an easy way to eat healthier during the week, but it can also help you save time and money by eliminating the need to eat out every day. One of my favorite packable lunches is a mason jar salad. You... Read More >
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August 14, 2017
  •  Bethany Ugarte

IBS and how you CAN heal through natural foods

Irritable Bowl Syndrome (IBS) is a chronic condition that affects the large intestine/colon and causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation. I have suffered from IBS for years, where my body could not absorb foods properly, however, the problem got progressively worse and in 2015 I had a near death flair up of... Read More >
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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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July 12, 2017
  •  Britt Martin

Mystical Unicorn Elixirs for Transcendent Health

Unicorns are quite trendy in the wellness scene lately. And who is surprised? Unicorns represent transformation and make us believe that anything is possible. They open us up to infinite possibilities, and also symbolize success. So when a trendy elixir shop in Brooklyn, NY started making Unicorn lattes, I knew I had to recreate this... Read More >
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July 5, 2017
  •  Jason Sani

Umami 101: The flavor of delicious

What if there was a magic sauce that you could pour over anything that you ate, such as vegetables and it would automatically make them delicious? This flavor sauce exists and you have the power to customize and add it to whatever you need. What you need wrapped up in something yummy Great taste and great nutrition... Read More >