Wedding / Health Planner for 6-8 months out. Get healthier, more fit, and less stressed.

Getting married? Big event in 6 months? Here is your wedding / health planner for 6-8 months out. Before we make this all about you, if you are a bride, check in with each of your bridesmaids. Not only on … Continue Reading…


Vegan Vanilla Cake

Vegan Vanilla Cake

This vegan vanilla cake was an unexpected huge hit among a group of friends that appreciate my vegan lifestyle, but are far from being vegan themselves. There is a surprising moist and dense consistency to this cake, along with tons … Continue Reading…


Comparing Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s


I recently realized that I did not fully understand the differences, or the similarities, that some of the most common neurological diseases shared. I will share in this post some basic comparisons of Alzheimer’s, ALS, MS, and Parkinson’s. Find out … Continue Reading…


It is time to stop asking vegans: What about calcium and protein?

I am always surprised when I tell someone I don’t eat dairy or meat that they still ask: “Where do you get your calcium and protein from?” or “Do you eat a lot of beans and rice?” My answers nowadays: … Continue Reading…


Don’t overlook Olive Leaf for nutrition, inflammation, blood sugar & immune support.

If you know about olive leaf, most likely you have heard of it as a natural supplement for treating Candida, and supporting the immune system. Oleuropein, is the component of olive leaf that has been shown to fight against a … Continue Reading…


Cilantro, Herb or Super Food?

Cilantro 2

Cilantro and coriander have two very different flavors, but come from the same plant. Cilantro refers to the fresh leaves used as an herb, and coriander to the seeds used as a spice. The medicinal and nutritional qualities are very … Continue Reading…


Wild Rice Salad – Wild Style Recipe

wild rice salad

This wild rice salad recipe was also taken from Grub, written by Anna Lappe and Bryant Terry (see the recipe for Carrot Coleslaw). The book is amazing and I highly recommend it for anyone interested in cooking vegetarian and organic! … Continue Reading…


Celebrate Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus): Your emotions are linked to Heart, Kidneys, and Spleen

Siberian Ginseng

Eleutherococcus extract, has a rich history—a very rich history and is one of my favorite ingredients in Adrenal Health. In the 16th century, a Chinese herbalist recorded, “I would rather have a handful of [eleuthero] than a cartload of treasures.” Used for … Continue Reading…


Carrot Coleslaw & Sesame Seeds

Carrot Coleslaw

This carrot coleslaw recipe was taken from the book Grub, written by Anna Lappe and Bryant Terry. Grub is part organic handbook/part cookbook and there are some really great tips on living an organic lifestyle. The recipes are organized by … Continue Reading…

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11 Ways to Eat Goji Berries

11 Ways to Eat Goji Berries

If you need some new ways to consume goji berries, we have 11 different ways to do so. Goji berries are a superfood and can be eaten everyday! Continue Reading…


Baked Orange Cauliflower Recipe

Baked Orange Cauliflower

Normally I am not fan of savory food flavored with orange or orange zest, so I was little hesitant to try Michelle’s Baked Orange Cauliflower with Snap Peas. She convinced me when she said she was squeezing fresh juice for … Continue Reading…


What to look for when buying Resveratrol.

Although resveratrol occurs naturally in grapes (especially Muscadine), nuts and other fruits, buying resveratrol as a supplement means that it is extracted from the herb Polygonum cuspidatum. The resveratrol from Polygonum cuspidatum is just like that of grapes and other … Continue Reading…


Vegan Paleo Fruit Tarts

Paleo Fruit Tarts

This is a fun dessert if you are having company over. These paleo fruit tarts are very easy to make and great for kids or adults. If you do not have individual tart pans, just make one large tart. Make … Continue Reading…


Common allergens and your health

90 percent of all food allergies in the United States are linked to a very short list of foods. Keep in mind, you could easily have an intolerance or sensitivity that would not technically be classified as an allergy, but … Continue Reading…


Kohlrabi and Cabbage Coleslaw

kohlrabi and cabbage

My family and I recently subscribed to a community supported agriculture share from one of our local farms and have been blessed with so many fresh, organic greens! We have also gotten some vegetables that I normally do not eat/buy … Continue Reading…