Buying gifts should be fun but sometimes it’s hard to keep up the creativity year after year. That’s why I put together this awesome resource for you and your loved ones. It’s my opinion that eating healthy should be simple, fun, and taste good! This gift giving guide is the ultimate resource for to support and encourage those who want to be healthy and have a little fun in the process! In fact, I had so much fun creating this gift buying guide, and I think I will be buying some of these goodies for myself.
Or, I could pass it along as a hint to my friends and family… wink, wink!
You gotta check out this list! There’s plenty of Holiday Gift Ideas under $20 and many of them are fresh ideas.
Take a quick peek to see what’s on this FUN Gift Guide for Healthy Eaters & Wannabe
Healthier Eaters. And make sure to share this so that you actually get what you want
under the Christmas tree this year.
Okay, Christmas parties have begun! HELP! How do you stay true to your healthy eating goals in a time of back to back glutenous celebrations!
Not to worry…
Here’s my 7 Quick & Practical Tips to Stay Healthy at Holiday Parties….so you don’t POP that button on your skinny jeans this December ;) I’ve got your back (while also looking out for your belly)!
Hey there Sugarplum! Are you feeling remorse for overeating during this Holiday?
You know, the stuffing, the pie, and all those things in between?!
Well, if this is you, and you are hanging out by the wall of shame, let’s talk some saving grace and knock down those walls. I have 5 Tips For Dealing With Guilt For Overeating.
I don’t know about you, but I LOVE me some KALE! I go a bit bonkers over it and I crave it with such an affinity that you could call it a CKA (chronic kale addiction).
I know that there are others like me, but we decided against calling our support group Kaleholics Anonymous, because there is no shame in our addiction!
Although there are *some* embarrassing moments to having a Chronic Kale Addiction… (Click to continue reading…)
As we’re getting closer to Thanksgiving, and planning for our feast and festivities, I thought I’d share with you a healthy version to one of your staple Thanksgiving recipes.
I know that it’s easy to stress about how to maintain eating healthy during the holidays. But I’m here to help take the overwhelm away as you ponder what to eat this Thanksgiving!
You’re going to love this super simple and mighty healthy Cranberry Sauce Recipe. It’s one of my favorites! I show you exactly how to make this sweet and tangy recipe in this video. (Click to continue reading…)
As we fully welcome fall, and take notice of the temperature starting to drop, I wanted share with you how you can continue to eat healthy fresh produce and stay warm.
Sure, you can bundle up in heavy sweaters and sit by a fire, but if you really want to stay warm this winter, use the tips I share on how the foods you choose can help keep you warm.
You probably already crave warm foods naturally during the winter months due to their warming powers, but here are a few tricks to help raise your body temperature.
Last week we talked about how to store produce, and listed some of the common struggles we all face when eating fresh produce.
One of those struggles we briefly listed was not liking the way leafy greens & veggies taste!
If this is you, it’s okay to admit. Not liking the way greens and veggies taste is perfectly normal for those who are new to eating healthy, fresh, whole produce.
Here are my tips for how to handle this somewhat embarrassing, but true, hurdle. (Click to continue reading…)
(This delicious and creative fall recipe has been provided by Dr. L J Rose, a Master Chef, Author and Therapist. I know that you will love her recipe and make sure to check out her generous offer below…)
Go to any grocery store, especially at this time of year and you will find “do-it-yourself” caramel apple kits and little dipping containers with caramel.
While caramel is one of the most universally cherished sweet flavors, if you read the contents, the first ingredient will invariably be “High Fructose Corn Syrup,” soon to be given a new, somewhat misleading name and makeover – “Corn Sugar”, compliments of that very lucrative industry. Other commercial caramel ingredients include hydrogenated oils, milk solids and artificial flavorings.
This raw, vegan, dairy-and gluten-free caramel sauce is so convincingly “real” and satisfying that it’s always a winner at my classes and workshops. Isn’t it nice to know that we don’t need to
￼sacrifice our teeth, blood sugar levels and waistlines for the joys of this ultimate comfort food? (Click to continue reading…)
The ONE thing not to do when it comes to storing produce.
I’m here to encourage you to eat lots of fresh produce during your journey to better eating.
There can be a lot to learn when it comes eating fresh whole foods like:
Venturing out and discovering new types of fruits and veggies aka “What the heck is this and I have absolutely no idea how to use it!”
Learning how to tell when fruits are ripe and figuring out the easiest way to cut and eat them.
You might even be struggling with wanting to eat better but not liking the way leafy greens and veggies taste. (BTW, if this is you, it’s okay to be honest here. No need for shame ;)
And then there’s the friggin’ high cost of these glorious nutritious gems compared to cheap boxed foods.
Creating a green smoothie and quickly add up in cost when you keep adding in additional ingredients…especially if you start to add in superfoods. If the cost of produce leaves you hesitant to eat or drink more raw foods than you’ll love this budget friendly, super easy, and super tasty Green Smoothie Recipe!
In fact, this isn’t just a cost efficient smoothie, it’s also one of my most beloved Green Smoothie recipes. (Click to continue reading…)