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Spring Smoothie Roundup

  Now that spring is (finally!) here, it’s time to start using all the sweet seasonal produce to get creative with your morning smoothies and juices again. I know that…

Video: DIY Hemp Milk

  From morning smoothies, to creative desserts, to topping cereals, I make sure to keep a DIY non-dairy milk on hand…always. One of the easiest and healthiest choices is hemp milk. Tiny hemp seeds are a powerhouse of nutrition, containing all of the amino acids your body needs in a day; especially useful for you Flexible Vegetarians and Modern Vegans out there. Protein? Check. This recipe is beyond simple, and highly affordable too, especially for you moms buying the stuff in bulk. I shared my simple method with The Daily Meal the other day. Watch me in action below. Here are some fabulous ways to use YOUR DIY milk: Chia seed breakfast pudding Gluten free DIY granola Goddess Shake Chocolate-Avocado Smoothie

Video : Healing Tea with Turmeric and Ginger

  I’m a big fan of simple, soothing, homemade drinks, or “teas”, and I shared one of my favorite recipes with The Daily Meal recently. All you need is fresh ginger, turmeric, and your favorite tea kettle. Sit back, sip, and let the superfoods do the rest. Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory, and ginger is too. Ginger also soothes your digestion, (remember when ginger ale really contained ginger?) and has anti-biotic properties as well. Ingredients 2 cups water 1/2 tsp grated fresh ginger 1/2 tsp dried turmeric (unless you can find it fresh, then use that) 1 tbsp raw, local honey to taste 1 tbsp fresh lemon juice Preparation Heat water in a small saucepan until it’s nearly boiling. Add ginger and turmeric, lower the heat and allow to simmer for 10 minutes. Strain the liquid into a mug, and stir in honey and lemon juice to taste. Just click on this video to see how I do it: Want more fun and useful tips like this? Grab your copy of Discover Your Nutritional Style now.

LOV in Beautiful organic tea for skin

Tea for Beauty

  In addition to being a soothing morning ritual, high-quality tea also has health benefits. Tea can boost metabolism, aid in proper digestion, help to prevent cancer, and improve your…

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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…


Baked Cod with Olive and Caper Pesto

  Want another sneak peek inside my new book, Discover Your Nutritional Style? Here’s a recipe you’ve got to try from one of my favorite Integrative Medical Doctors, who also…


Matcha Latte and more…

  Matcha is a superstar food in my house these days. I love it’s superpowers and uplifting, calming effect, and I adore the slightly bitter deliciousness that I’m told is…


Bone Broth

  Move over juice bars; Bone Broth has come to town! All the rage in NYC, this warming, soothing broth is credited with glowing skin, increased energy, and a healthier…


Fall Entertaining Style

It’s gotten chilly here is Virginia; given the time change and early sunsets, and I’m happy to be inside, cuddled by the fire, wrapped in a throw and planning to…

The Green-tini: a “healthy” cocktail

Eat Drink and Be Merry! Even healthy girls serve, and enjoy, a good cocktail from time to time. And while you probably don’t want to drink alcohol too often (depressant, inflammatory, yeast promoting), when you do, there’s no need to keep your health-minded ways out of sight. I serve distilled, organic vodka to my guests mixed with a citrus green juice and call it a Green-tini! The year-round cocktail avoids the usual sweetened mixes and spirits that can spike your blood sugar and contribute to bad yeast in your gut. The fresh lemon offers alkalizing effects, and fresh ginger heals your digestion. PLUS I like to think all those phytonutrients in the green juice outweigh the negative effects of the alcohol (for sure it doesn’t hurt). Now, with this a healthy(er) cocktail, you can entertain in Nutritional Style. Cheers! Ingredients All organic please! Fill shaker or mason jar with: Two shots of your favorite green juice (click here for my favorite recipe) Half a lemon Thumbnail-sized piece of ginger, crushed 2 shots of vodka Cubed ice Preparation Mix all ingredients and shake. Strain and pour into your fanciest martini glasses when everything is well-mixed. Garnish with organic candied ginger, and…


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