Easy Swaps & Ideas for Going Gluten-Free

If you’re thinking about trying out a gluten-free lifestyle, summer is a great time to give it a go—with seasonal produce filling market tables and farm animals producing their best eggs, butter, and cheese, it’s a snap to switch your main ingredients from processed wheat-based ingredients to fresh-from-the-farm goods. Peak flavor means that it’s even […]

Homemade Hummus Recipe

Looking for a delicious and healthy snack or summer party dish?  Homemade hummus is a fantastic choice and is made with chickpeas or Garbanzo beans, which are one of the most nutritious of all the legumes, high in calcium, phosphorus and potassium. They have exceptionally high iron and Vitamin C content and contain B complex as well. […]

My Favorite Way to Save on Healthy Foods

I LOVE Thrive Market! Why? It offers something for anyone and everyone who want to eat healthier and live well. It has a really nice, curated mix of products to choose from that are the best-in-class of organic, nonGMO, vegan, raw, paleo and gluten free. However you like to shop, you can find exactly what […]

Tips on How to Eat Gluten-Free

Many people are avoiding gluten these days for various reasons: Celiac disease, gluten intolerance or sensitivity, inflammation issues, weight-loss, thyroid concerns, or a realization that going gluten-free seems to improve their everyday health. And of course there’s the curious contingent of folks who like to taste what all the fuss is about. For them, accidentally ingesting gluten […]

Use Your Melon

Whether you like to let the juice trickle down your chin or you’d rather have a seed-spitting contest, everybody loves eating melons during the summer months. You can find melons in just about every color, size, and flavor—some easily weigh 10 pounds, while others are “personal-sized.” Some have seeds; some don’t. There’s a melon for […]

Why Berries Are the Best Summer Treats

Nothing quite says “summer” like berries! And that’s a good thing, because not only are berries excellent sources of antioxidants—anthocyanin is the purplish-reddish pigment that makes blueberries blue and blackberries black—berries contain less sugar than most fruits do. (Tropical fruits like mangoes, pineapples, and bananas contain the most sugar.) And thanks to tiny seeds found […]

Your gut: where health starts and healing begins!

Gut dysfunction can be linked to virtually every disease and can cause conditions like fatigue, depression, food sensitivities, chronic pain, allergies and more. The Heal Your Gut Summit from January 18-25, will help you understand how these conditions are by and large preventable! WHY ATTEND? Your gut is the cornerstone of true health, which is […]

Healthy Breakfast Quiche Cups

Looking for something simple to make to feed your family at breakfast time when they stay over this holiday season?  These are simple and delicious (and gluten-free).  You can even make them in advance and then just warm up in the morning.  Enjoy!   Healthy Breakfast Quiche Cups Ingredients: 5 organic (free-range) eggs, beaten 1 […]

Amazing Tortilla Soup

Fall is here, which means its soup time!  This is one of our family favorites that I have shared before but want to make sure everyone gets it.  I make this in large batches and freeze it in Pyrex Dishes so we have it on hand at any given time.  We have this for dinner sometimes […]

Hummus Recipe

Looking for a delicious and healthy snack or side item at dinner?  Hummus is a great choice and is made with chickpeas or Garbanzo beans, which are one of the most nutritious of all the legumes, high in calcium, phosphorus and potassium. They have exceptionally high iron and Vitamin C content and contain B complex as well. […]