Regular intake of organic fermented soy products, such as miso, have many health benefits, including a reduced risk of breast, prostate, lung, and colon cancers. There is also research suggesting fermented soy products are superior to non-fermented soy when it comes to health benefits. This miso ramen recipe with noodles and mushrooms is one of…
Here’s an easy, simple chocolate mousse recipe, perfected by our very own Gwendolyn, that can be whipped into an amazingly gourmet-tasting and uber-healthy dessert in no time. Plus, it is dairy-free and gluten-free, and thus caters to many diets. Top with fresh raspberries or strawberries and coconut shavings and YUM!
If you suffer from achy, arthritic joints, seasonal depression, tend towards anxiety, or can’t seem to recover from one cold before the next one hits, rose hip tea may be a wonderful way to reduce pain, raise moods, and generally lift the body’s resilience.
Enter fall in style with this deeply warming and tonifying tea.
The sweet last days of summer, the creeping in of crisp fall mornings, and the start of the new school year for many, bring a natural shift in how we maintain a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Spring is here! But before you snap on those gloves for a top-to-bottom house scouring, check out the labels on your cleaning products. Most conventional cleaners are dangerously toxic, with the average cleaner containing over 60 toxic chemicals!
This fall smoothie is way too easy of a recipe, esp. if you like to make your own pumpkin puree and can prep it in batches and store it in the fridge. It works well any time of day- with meals, between meals, and even as a late night snack, in lieu of a “real” dessert. YumMy!
Though this very green smoothie might make you feel more like a bunny than a human, at least rest assured that most bunnies don’t know how to use blenders. The mint extract gives the otherwise smooth flavor a nice kick. Other zesty options include blending in a fresh ginger slice, a dash of cayenne or cinnamon, or…
This smoothie recipe, which can be used as a base for many variations, is delightfully nutty and rich, easy to make, and works well along with breakfast or as a snack between meals.
My husband has perfected this (believe it or not) dairy-free, pine nut-free, basil-free version of pesto (don’t get me wrong, I love basil, but