Great tips from my guest post writer Stu Lieberman on how to keep clean eating in your life even during the holidays. Is it possible! Here are some proven strategies to try this year. Thanks for the great info Stu!
This time of year when the weather starts to cool, I get a hankering for creamy and smooth pumpkin pie. This decadent 5-ingredient pumpkin mousse hits the spot and is loaded with good for you whole, real foods! Win win and I get to feel like I’m noshing on dessert without the sugar insult to my body.
Check it out, the perfect Fall dessert or afternoon snack to satisfy your cravings for a pumpkin-y treat this fall. So healthy you can even enjoy for breakfast.
Packed with protein, healthy fats plus Calcium, Iron and Vitamin A!
½ cup hemp seeds
½ cup pumpkin
8 drops stevia
¼ tsp. cinnamon
¼ tsp. vanilla extract
1. Measure out hemp seeds then add to food processor and process until ground up.
2. Add remaining ingredients and blend until smooth and well combined.
3. Chill before serving.
Yield: 2 Servings
Nutritional Information: 265 Cals, 21g Fat, 7g Carbs, 4g Fiber, 3g Sugar, 15g Protein
Vitamin A 150%, Calcium 36%, Iron 38%
My recipe is featured on Vitacost.com, where I get all my baking ingredients for less.
No grain cooks faster than cous cous, but this grain comes from wheat. I recently found out about brown rice cous cous from Vitacost.com and I’m hooked! It’s gluten free because it’s made from roasted brown rice, and the flavor is nutty and satisfying. You can cook the brown rice then toss remaining ingredients in the pot to makes this a beautiful one-pot meal.
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I recently went to Green Bar & Kitchen for the first time to meet up with a group of health coaches who also attended Integrative Nutrition. We enjoyed some amazing eats and discussed positive ways to help others through clean eating and healthy living.
Here we are with GBK co-owner and fellow health coach, Elena Pezzo. Feeling happy and healthy after eating delicious and healthy food.
Photo courtesy of Jackie Jacobs Read more
When I think about summer, watermelon is definitely one of those summer season foods I enjoy. Cooling and hydrating, some days I just can’t get enough.
This salad is loaded with iron from both spinach and pumpkin seeds. Vitamin C in the watermelon helps your body absorb the iron. Persian Lime infused oil and Jalapeno Lime Balsamic vinegar gives a wonderful flavor to this tasty salad. Read more
I used to be the girl curled up in the corner at a birthday party. I would go to party, eat the food, and end up in so much pain in my belly that all I could do was curl into a ball and wait for my mom to come pick me up. That’s what my friends remember about me, I’m talking over 20 years ago. My stomach hurt after every single meal. No fun!
Years later, as I young adult, I changed up my diet. I removed dairy and found that I was no longer in pain every day. >> Read More
This Way To Wellness
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