With a fluctuating schedule, sometimes I find it hard to consume greens every day, which can leave me feeling lethargic, sluggish or unmotivated. When I find myself in a pinch of on the go, I aim for green juices or green super food mix ins. I’ve tried various powders before, such as Amazing Grass, and… Continue reading My Favorite Green Superfood Powder
We’ve all had those weekends where we’ve overindulged with food, sweets and/or alcohol, which can make Monday morning a little more difficult than usual. Instead of waking up fresh and ready for the week, we feel sluggish, tired and bloated. Rather than throwing in the towel and continuing to eat energy-poor foods, all you need… Continue reading My Favorite Foods to Get Back on Track
A recent trend has been spirazling foods, such as carrots, zucchinis, apples and squash. Spirazling is the art of turning veggies and fruits into noodles to create a healthy, low-carb, low-calorie alternative to pasta. This cooking method creates a gluten-free, paleo, vegan/vegetarian friendly way to eat. You can top with your favorite protein or sauce,… Continue reading Kale, Avocado and Spirazlied Zucchini
Most people are familiar with dry saunas or steam rooms, which are commonly found at gyms, spas and hotels. Many like to incorporate saunas into their routine due to the relaxing, rejuvenating and detoxifying effects. Lately, a recent trend has been gaining popularity due to the endless health benefits: infrared heat. I had never heard… Continue reading Have You Tried Infrared Heat Therapy?
When people are in a time crunch, they don’t have the luxury to sit down and enjoy a meal, and often times will settle for something quick and processed. Unfortunately, processed foods end up leaving us tired, hungry and sometimes cranky.. So what’s a better solution? A protein shake, which is filling and nutritious. Protein… Continue reading Your Guide to Selecting a Protein Powder
This version of Southwestern Quinoa has been my go-to lunch for the past few weeks. It is very simple to prepare, yet still full of flavor. There is a nice mix of sweetness from the peppers, spiciness from the jalapeno and crunch from the jicama. If you make the batch on Sunday, it should last… Continue reading Southwestern Quinoa
“Oh I use to buy that to clean the pool”, says my dad upon hearing the words, diatomaceous earth (DE). Yes, DE can be used for an array of purposes throughout a wide range of industries, such as pest and flea control, gardening, pool cleaners and supplies around the house. But today, I’ll explain how… Continue reading Diatomaceous Earth…an Unforeseen Wonder Supplement?