The following blog posts are categorized under Discover Superfoods

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In Praise of Coconut Oil

I referred to coconut Oil as the mother ship of my kitchen, and bathroom, in this blog from a couple of years ago. Seriously, I use coconut oil everyday… for…

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The best smoothie-Delivered to your door!

You know I’m a DIY kind of gal, but lately… well, life has been REALLY busy, and spending so much time in NYC has really sped things up. My morning…

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Local Honey, Ginger, Lemon Tea

Did you know that a teaspoon of local honey every day can help prevent seasonal allergies? True, according to many holistic and homeopathic practitioners. Here’s why.. Local honey contains allergens…

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Citrus Chia Cooler: Replenish post workout

  I recently shared my new, intense workout which has made me even more conscious of my personal nutrition, and replenishing post workout. I felt I really needed a little…

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Berry Chia Beauty Pudding

I’ve been talking about running, lately, on my Instagram feed. You know… showing my sneakers..an ankle injury….my favorite ways to hydrate following…But my nutrition has some needed extra support, too….

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Spring Staples for all Styles

I’ve been focused on SPRING and rededicating myself to my overall health, and newer, lighter habits. Every once in a while it’s good to shake it up, and give yourself…

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Amazing Acai Smoothie

  You’ve probably seen Acai berry powders, capsules, or purple packets in your grocery freezer section. But is this so-called superfood worth the hype? High in phytonutrients, omega fatty acids,…

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Bone Broth Primer

  photo courtesy of Brodo, NYC Bone broth, formerly known as old fashioned “stock,” has become the health tonic, du jour. And as we head into the chilly days of…

Raspberry Pecan Chia Pudding

I spoke recently about superfoods and smoothies at an event in Washington, DC, and I was surprised at how many people had never tried, or even heard of chia seeds. Is that you? Chia seeds benefit us with anti-inflammatory properties; they’re a healthy source of Omega 3 fatty acids, high in fiber and protein, and smoothie lovers appreciate how they thicken naturally when these tiny seeds are added to liquid. They taste almost like old school tapioca pudding. Here’s my latest version of chia pudding. I prefer using liquid stevia to keep my sugar intake in check, but you can use whatever healthy sweetener you have in the cupboard. Fresh raspberries are abundant right now, and southern pecans make me feel like summer. Here’s hoping you love it! Ingredients 2 cup coconut milk 15 drops liquid vanilla stevia (note: you can substitute 2 tsp of maple syrup or honey if you desire) 1/2 cup whole chia seeds 1 teaspoon vanilla extract pinch sea salt 1 teaspoon raw cacao powder 1 cup fresh raspberries plus extra for topping 1/4 cup chopped pecans for topping 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon for topping Preparation 1. In a 1-quart mason jar or other container with…

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Red Food Recipes for Heart Health

  Did you know that February is heart health month? It’s a good reminder to take special care of yourself, emotionally and physically, and schedule your annual check up when…

 
 
 
 
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