This week we’re talking about clean eating, but just what does that mean? In this morning’s video, Dr. Oz gives you the 4 main rules to eating clean.
Now that we’re done with Halloween, it’s time to put the junk away and return to clean, wholesome eating. This week, I’m focusing on easy and delicious ways to eat clean. Here’s a video with 3 ideas for prepping in advance.
I’m feeling a bit under the weather today, so I’m reposting my first wellness article. Let me give you a bit of history on this series. On April 5, 2017, I posted this article as the first in a series of articles on Diabetes Awareness and called it WAKE-UP WEDNESDAY. Later on, I expanded the…Read more »
I have found, what just might be, the perfect gluten free flour… CASSAVA FLOUR! That may sound like an exaggeration, and maybe it is a bit. HOWEVER, being gluten free for more than 8 years, I have tried many different gluten free flours over the years. I’ve made (and thrown away) my share of gluten…Read more »
As someone on an elimination diet, and attempting to stick to 100% whole foods during my first 21 days, I’ve been looking for creative ways to eat during my detox diet. Today’s post, and future Wellness Wednesday posts, will focus on creative ways to eat on an elimination or detox plan. This post focuses on…Read more »
Originally posted on SOBODY HEALTHY RECIPES:
Forget the coleslaw! This simple salad is a fresh, crunchy delight: healthy, full of flavour, delicious, yet easy and quick to make. And there is no need for claggy mayonnaise either! This salad combines the sweet tartness of green apple with fresh crunchy celery, carrots and sweet potato. (Yes…
I’ve written about Teff before. If you’re not familiar with Teff, it’s a tiny grain/seed, grown in Ethiopia, and used to make Injera-Ethiopian Flatbread. But don’t let it’s tiny size fool you. It packs a wallop in terms of nutritional fire power. Take a look at the nutrition and health benefits: So, to add this…Read more »
Earlier today, we talked about how to stay healthy at work. What happens after a long stressful day? Many people feel too tired to cook and end up ordering take out or stopping for fast food. ‘They don’t realize just how quickly you can fix a healthy and tasty whole food meal. Just to show…Read more »
This wonderful recipe from Sam Eats Her Nutrients, is a great way to use up left over chicken. The filling uses coconut milk along with some tasty herbs. The crepes are made from coconut flour, among other things. I, for one am beyond exited to try this super healthy dish. For the recipe follow the link…Read more »
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