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Great Tips for Healthy Living

BEET-alicious Hummus

This smooth, rich tasting hummus comes to you with roasted root vegetables in a sea of chick peas and extra virgin olive oil (EVOO).  Normally, I like my hummus sharp tasting with lots of raw garlic but I decided, for the sake of those always consuming my hummus, to switch things up a bit. Its... Continue Reading

5 healthy holiday tips

The winter holidays are such an amazing time of the year: Christmas trees, the countdown to Christmas, a unique time to connect with friends and family, winter activities, good food and vacation time. Unfortunately, amazing as it is, Christmas also comes with its fair share of stress: financial... Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Recipe: A Clean Pumpkin Spice Latte

This recipe is for Thanksgiving morning, verse Thanksgiving dinner. Use this stimulating pumpkin latte as a helping hand while you are stuffing your turkey or preparing your vegetables. Unlike other pumpkin spice lattes this one is sugar-free, dairy-free, and additive free! Did I mention it's... Continue Reading

Green Grinchee Delights

Go green with these holiday delight.   This sweet treat is balanced with good fats found in nuts, seeds & coconut oil as well as some detoxifying quality of spirulina. Ingredients: ½ cup coconut oil ½ cup of honey (thick) ½ cup raw honey 20 dates ½ cup walnuts ½ cup of pumpkin... Continue Reading

5 ways to beat the holiday blues

Holiday blues are defined as depressive feelings throughout the holidays (1), believed to be the result of our momentum of excitement  spinning us in an alternate direction.  Psychology Today defines possible symptoms as "headaches, insomnia, uneasiness, anxiety, sadness, intestinal problems,... Continue Reading
Thankful beoynd the holidays

4 ways to be thankful beyond the holiday

  I am not well versed in the exact history of thanksgiving.  I do know however, that it was originally a celebration of the bountiful fall harvest.  It is the symbol of the turning of the season, a time where vegetables are abundant, a time for feasting…a time for overindulging and... Continue Reading