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Posted: June 3, 2016 ...by
Foods high in carotenoids provide natural sun protection. These include many fruits and vegetables, especially leafy dark greens and those that are yellow-orange like apricots, carrots, and yams. Other good sources include eggs, spirulina, and algae. The red pigment found in salmon, trout, and shrimp is another potent carotenoid. Get your Vitamin D. Vitamin D...Read More »Read More
Posted: October 27, 2015 ...by
These waffles are delicious, easy to make, and can be made to fit a Paleo, gluten-free, low-grain, or just hungry lifestyles. Always reach for organic ingredients when possible. I make these waffles and freeze them in freezer bags to pull out and toast on busy school mornings–way more affordable, healthier, and more delicious than store-bought....Read More »Read More
Posted: October 27, 2015 ...by
Waffles used to be a weekend thing. But making up waffles on the weekend and freezing them for easy reheating in the toaster, has made them a week-day thing. These grain-free or low-grain recipes can be made Paleo or gluten-free friendly and pack plenty of protein and taste to start the day off right. Banana...Read More »Read More
Posted: October 26, 2015 ...by
This is a delicious, healthier, and vegan alternative to the creamsicle icepops of your youth. And so easy. All you need is a popsicle maker (and I recommend a stainless steel one, such as the one we have.) Of course, I also recommend getting organic ingredients. Ingredients Orange juice A large handful of raw cashews...Read More »Read More
Posted: October 26, 2015 ...by
This is an absolutely delicious, and healthier, alternative to the creamsicle icepops of your youth. And so easy. It does require an ice-cream maker. If you don’t have one, or you are vegan, try the vegan popsicle version instead. Ingredients 1/3 cup raw honey 2 cups orange juice 1/4 tsp orange extract 1 tsp vanilla...Read More »Read More
Posted: March 28, 2014 ...by
I remember when I was giving birth, and throwing up endlessly, my midwife made a delightful concoction of mint tea, lemon, honey and salt.  Yesterday I made myself a pot of tea and added the above ingredients plus cayenne to the brew and that made for good sipping on the hour.       When...Read More »Read More