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Let’s Talk About Supplements

Posted by on 11:12 am in Nutrition and Wellness, Product Reviews | 0 comments

I’ve been deep in the weeds with more things that I can count lately, but I wanted to pop in and share a few things with all of you before I disappear into the wild again. Since I gave birth to my youngest last summer, I’ve been back in the gym hitting it hard. With all of the talk about supplements and if they are truly worth it, I wanted to weigh in with my own opinions and experience with vegan supplements. As always, I value your opinion and would love to hear about your own experience or recommendations in the comments....

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Lemon-Herb Farro Salad

Posted by on 8:30 am in Recipes and Reviews | 2 comments

Lemon-Herb Farro Salad

I recently took an extended break from grains. When I say extended, I’m talking 6-8 months or so of essentially grain-free living. I don’t have a sensitivity, nor do I eschew grains in my diet for any reason, but I’m a believer in changing things up every once in a while, and I’m sort of (really) obsessed with doing self-experimentation. For several months, I diligently took detailed notes about what I ate, how I felt, and what my athletic performance was like. I’ve been searching for various ways to enhance my...

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Diving into Vegan Pressure Cooking by JL Fields

Posted by on 10:10 am in Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Diving into Vegan Pressure Cooking by JL Fields

  I know I’m late to the party (the cookbook came out in January), but Vegan Pressure Cooking by JL Fields is just too good not to share with you all! Not only is JL one of my dear friends, but she also wrote one hell of a cookbook. I had the privilege of recipe testing for this book, and I have to say that it was a truly enjoyable experience. The recipes are so tasty, that you will hardly believe they are so simple to prepare. And that, my dear readers, is the main point of JL’s cookbook; Delicious, compassionate food...

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Health Minute: 7 Vegetables that Burn Fat

Posted by on 4:30 am in Nutrition and Wellness | 0 comments

Health Minute: 7 Vegetables that Burn Fat

Look at your amazing faces! I can’t believe I’ve been away from them for so long! Well, I’m back, at least intermittently for a while, and I wanted to dive right into some great info that can help you on your journey to wellness, no matter where you are starting from. Whether you want to build muscle or lose weight (or even just maintain you current body), making sure that fat is used for energy rather than being stored is an important part of the equation. For the last few years, I’ve become more engrossed in studying...

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Guest Post: Energizing Drink with Spirulina

Posted by on 10:28 am in All Posts, Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Guest Post: Energizing Drink with Spirulina

Today I have a guest post for you from Jarin Mariea, a physical therapist and student at Sheffield Hallam University in the UK. This post contains some great information on the health benefits of spirulina as well as a recipe for a delicious drink that will provide you with all-natural energy for the day. I’ll leave the rest to Jarin! — There’s quite nothing like an energizing green juice to kickstart your day. Supermodels, athletes and health freaks alike wax eloquent on the benefits of a good green juice in the morning. Mornings...

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A Very Vegan Cuts Holiday

Posted by on 5:30 am in All Posts | 2 comments

A Very Vegan Cuts Holiday

Since it’s internet debut, I’ve had a love affair with Vegan Cuts. For those of you who don’t know, Vegan Cuts is an online vegan marketplace that offers tons of vegan goodies at low prices. And we aren’t just talking about food (though, if we are being honest, that’s the only thing we are concerned with anyway) – they have tons of great deals on compassionate accessories, environmentally-conscious gifts, and more. I didn’t have time to put together my usual gift guide (you can view my previous guides...

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Beyond Meat Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Posted by on 8:30 am in Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Beyond Meat Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

Well hello, fine readers. I’ve been absent for some time, but I hope to be back more frequently now that the littlest one is already getting so big. Enough of this though – let’s get on to the recipe! I’d been hesitant for some time to jump on the Beyond Meat bandwagon. I’d heard nothing but good things about it from many of my vegan friends (especially from JL), but I’ve always been a little bit wary of bringing too many meat analogs into my diet. However, after having another little one and realizing that...

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Cooler Weather Means It’s Tea Time!

Posted by on 8:00 am in Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Cooler Weather Means It’s Tea Time!

I always say this, but it doesn’t make it any less true: time flies. I just sent my eldest off to her first day of 2nd grade and my littlest is already 5 weeks old – where does the time go!? Even though I’m sad that my littles are growing up so fast, one thing that always comes with the Autumn season is cooler weather, and with the cooler weather I can finally get back to my tea time. I generally don’t let the warm weather deter me from a nice cup of tea, but since I was pregnant for the majority of the summer I...

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Juicing Guest Post: The Smooth Celery Cooler

Posted by on 8:30 am in Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Juicing Guest Post: The Smooth Celery Cooler

Hi Everyone! I’ll be off having a baby sometime soon, so I thought it would be a good time to bring in a guest blogger. Today I have a great juicing post for you from Chris Wimmer. Chris blogs at HealthSmartLiving.com and has tons of amazing juice recipes that can get you started with juicing or give you ideas for new juices. I’m super excited to have him with us today to share this recipe with you. Enjoy! __ I call this juice recipe the ‘GATEWAY’ juice. This juice is perfect for people interested (or skeptical) about juicing. One...

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Fresh From the Garden

Posted by on 8:34 am in Recipes and Reviews | 0 comments

Fresh From the Garden

This summer is passing by so quickly, I’ve hardly had time to stop and smell the roses – or in my case – the dill! I am a flower killer, sad to say, but it’s something I’ve come to terms with. Even with my uncanny ability to kill anything that has a beautiful flower on it, I have somehow gained the knowledge and luck to be able to grow edibles magnificently. Which, if you ask me, is much more practical anyway. I digress… This year I tried some new things in my vegetable garden and I’ve  had a lot of...

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