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  • Apr 3
    2017

    Easy Peasy, Super Simple Sautéed Wild Caught Salmon

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Wild caught salmon is one of the world’s richest, nutrient dense foods.  Imagine being able to get most of your daily intake from this one food source.  Wild caught salmon is known for whole body wellness, neurological repair, ADHD prevention in children, heart health, and healthy skin. 

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  • Mar 28
    2017

    Easy Gluten Free Curried Tofu Waldorf Salad

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Do you ever get tired of the same ole chicken dish time and time again?  Do you want something easy for those busy work nights?  With warm temperatures quickly approaching, our Easy Gluten Free Curried Tofu Waldorf Salad is sure to beat the mundane!

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  • Mar 28
    2017

    Easy Homemade Herbed Vinaigrette

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    There’s nothing better than making your own condiments!  It’s a forgotten, old fashioned kitchen standard that has gotten lost in this fast-paced world.  Here’s an extremely versatile and easy vinaigrette recipe that your family is sure to love!

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  • Mar 21
    2017

    Tangy Protein Rich White Bean Dip

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Protein is a major component of everybody’s health. Everyone wants easy and healthy ways to incorporate this guy in their diet. The star of this dip, the white bean, has the most protein out of all the beans, excluding soy!  A whopping 17.42 grams!  Not only do we need to incorporate healthy protein into our daily diet (women 46 grams,

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  • Mar 21
    2017

    Old Fashioned Homemade Baked Apples with Cashew Topping

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Homemade baked apples is one of the most decadent comfort foods on the planet.  Overall, baked apples have the same nutrient density that of a raw apple.  One cup of unsweetened baked apple provides 105 calories, 1 gram of protein, and 28 grams of total carbohydrates.  

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  • Mar 14
    2017

    Cauliflower Thin Crust Pizza Pie

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    This awesome cauliflower thin crusted pizza is my family’s fav!  It’s not new news to anyone these days that white flour is a thing of the past.  In this family favorite, we use this cauliflower thin crusted pizza, making this a sure hit in your home!

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  • Mar 14
    2017

    Low Carb Peanut Butter Cups–Low Carb Recipe

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Delicious, low sugar recipe that is rich in antioxidants, taste, and will fulfill any sweet tooth!  The kids absolutely love this recipe!  You can prepare them ahead of time and leave them in the refrigerator for the family to grab when they want something on the go!

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  • Mar 7
    2017

    The Clean, Green, Kale Fighting Machine – Hearty Green Eggs

    Category: Recipes

    Kale is chock-full of antioxidants such as carotenoids and flavonoids, in which protect us from cancer forming cells.  On top of this, it is rich in omega-3 fatty acids and great for inflammation, provides cardiovascular support, is high in calcium, vitamin K, C, and is rich in sulfur and fiber,

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  • Mar 7
    2017

    Light and Fluffy Gluten Free Pancake Recipe

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    Gluten Free Pancake Recipe that tastes great and easy to make.  Use Almond or Coconut flour for low carb option.  Kids and family will love it!  th7O2K1GRM

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  • Feb 28
    2017

    Colorful Mexican Bean Salad with Tangy Lime

    Category: Blog, Recipes

    This Mexican bean salad is the perfect way to add the rainbow to our lunch and dinners.  We are learning how important it is to add living food to our meals.  With that said, I challenge you to take it even a step further and add a color-wheel of fruits and vegetables to these meals! 

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