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Healthy Snacks for Kids

Healthy Snacks for Kids

Snack ideas for young ones that are free of gluten and dairy! Cucumbers with Hummus Celery with Peanut Butter Mixed Berries with Nuts (Coconut/Almond) Yogurt with (Oat) Granola Roasted Chickpeas Beef/Turkey Jerky Sticks or Pieces Rice Cakes with Banana Homemade Fruit Leather/Gummies No Bake Energy […]

Detox Your Cleaning Supplies

Detox Your Cleaning Supplies

What do you use to clean in your home? Products like soaps, cleaners, sanitizers, detergents, and sprays can contain harmful chemicals. These chemicals can be wreaking havoc on the health of you and your family members without you even realizing it. Many endocrine disruptors and […]

Food of the Week: Mushrooms

Food of the Week: Mushrooms

Mushrooms are a super-healthy food that can easily be added to many meals for a quick nutrition boost! Mushrooms are nutritional powerhouses, containing many needed nutrients such as B vitamins, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic acid, Selenium, Copper, and Potassium. All these vitamins and minerals together help […]

Why You Should Visit Your Local Farmers’ Market

Why You Should Visit Your Local Farmers’ Market

I adore visiting local farmers’ markets and I think you should try it out if you haven’t! My reasons are three-fold and might convince you! You can get fresh, healthy foods! Local produce and foods from farmers’ markets are the best! It doesn’t travel as […]

Food of the Week: Black Beans

Food of the Week: Black Beans

Beans are a great source of fiber and protein. Including beans in your meals can help you to stay full longer. Beans are also a versatile protein that can be incorporated into your meals and snacks in various ways. They are great for salads, soups, […]

food of the week: spinach

food of the week: spinach

Spinach is often overlooked. Kale has stolen the spotlight and has taken over as a very popular leafy green. Kale is definitely healthy and a great addition to your diet, but don’t forget about versatile spinach! When it comes to choosing leafy greens, I always […]

Food of the Week:  Sweet Potato

Food of the Week: Sweet Potato

First, let’s get this out of the way: are you confused by the difference between a sweet potato and a yam? I was too, until I read this article by The Kitchn. Check that out first if it’s been bothering you.    Now that we’ve […]

Food of the Week: Cranberry

Food of the Week: Cranberry

CRANBERRIES Cranberries can be eaten raw, cooked, dried, or in juice form. I suggest eating raw or cooked to reap the most benefits. Having cranberries dried or in juice form usually means more sugar intake. Cranberries have been widely touted for their benefits when it […]

Baby Food Blunders: What’s inside that jar of baby food?

Baby Food Blunders: What’s inside that jar of baby food?

Jarred baby food might not be all that you think. This article may convince you to make your child’s food at home. Do you feed your baby jarred food from the store? Read on to learn more about this type of baby food and why […]

Ingredients to Leave Off Your Grocery Shopping List

Ingredients to Leave Off Your Grocery Shopping List

Some ingredients are great for our health, but others need to be dumped all together. Read on to learn more about 5 common ingredients that might need to take a hike from your diet. Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO) Ethylenediamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) […]