I’m highlighting the blog SOUL GIFTS written by the lovely Raili today as the subject of my Grateful Thoughts. Raili, originally from Finland, moved to Australia with her family when she was just a little girl. She also met and married a fellow Finn in the “desert heat of Mt Isa in North Queensland” of…Read more »
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Here is a delightful recipe, full of flavor, packed with vegetables and quinoa. I’m always looking for creative and tasty ways to eat as many veggies as I can. Head over the Introverted Blogger’s page for this recipe. Original article… Dinner in our home starts off with a salad at the table. Always. Typically it…Read more »
I’m an intermittent faster, so I don’t eat breakfast. However, I know most people do. So, inspired by my CRON diet article, I decided to repost this article, which highlights ways to eat veggies for breakfast. You really can’t eat too many vegetables. If my research into caloric restriction taught me anything, it’s the importance…Read more »
As far as I’m concerned, you can never have too many salad recipes! Here’s a quick and tasty one! Until next time…namaste my friends.
Originally posted on Fit and Frugal Living:
This salad is perfect for a Memorial Day cookout or to take to any kind of summer gathering. And it’s easy as 1-2-3! Ingredients 2 pints of cherry tomatoes, halved or quartered 2 avocados, peeled, pitted and cut into chunks 1 14-oz. can cannellini beans, rinsed and drained…
One of my favorite snacks is my favorite nut butter (typically sun butter or almond butter), with apple. This quick and fun recipe, takes this classic snack to the next level! Check it out! Until next time…namaste my friends.
It’s summer and what’s better than cold watermelon on a hot day. 😋 But, here’s a unique way to serve this old summer standby! Until next time…namaste my friends.
In the recipes below I have a few “bread” recipes, some veggie recipes and protein recipes: a few beef, a few chicken and a few fish. No more steamed broccoli and baked chicken, although that’s okay once in a while! I hope these recipes spark your imagination, because eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring!
Over the past few weeks, each morning, I’ve covered the benefits of superfoods from the book: Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future By: David Wolfe This week, each morning, we’ll finish up with the final four superfoods from the book, which are: Incan berries (AKA golden berries Kelp Noni fruit Yacon Root We’ve…Read more »