A little spring cleaning in your kitchen now, will give your health a jump start by summer. Removing unhealthy items from your home is a necessary step towards better health. But don’t stop there.
Looking to cut out unhealthy foods like trans fat, preservatives, and high fructose corn syrup, but don’t want to give up your favorite foods? I’ve been using these healthy food substitutions in my recipes for years, and continue to evolve into healthier eating habits.
Do you need a new dinner idea? Broccoli Mushroom Stir-fry is a weekly meal in our home. It is a quick and healthy dish that is ready to eat in about 30 minutes.
Taking elderberry syrup is an effective remedy to protect yourself from viruses. If you do get sick, it will help to shorten the duration of your illness.
You are valuable. You are worthy. You have purpose. Choose to show yourself compassion today. Here are 30 suggestions that won’t cost you any money this Valentine’s Day, but will bring a smile to your face.
I’m hooked on chia seed puddings! These recipes are easy to make, full of antioxidants, taste delicious, and are a satisfying treat. Within a few hours, chia seeds will thicken in any liquid, so feel free to vary these recipes with other fruits and make your own creations.
Is eating healthy too expensive? It depends. Processed foods can be inexpensive, but buying too many of their healthy processed substitutes can make your grocery bill skyrocket. It’s a great start, but to save money, focus less on pre-made food or processed snacks and more on whole foods like bananas, squash, and lentils.
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