RECIPES

This creamy, warm turmeric drink is truly one of my ultimate favorites for recovery and restoration, especially during these cold winter months! It is a delicious, anti-inflammatory boost for your body. Here’s why I love it and why I know you’ll love it too. Not only is it...

https://youtu.be/3fB6xGFxjhw Store-bought coconut milk is convenient, but it usually comes with unwanted additives and preservatives you don't want. On the flip side, it can feel very difficult to make your own, but I'm here to tell you it's not! With this recipe all you need is a...

I love experimenting around the holidays and trying new dishes! But every once in a while you do get the craving for a traditional holiday dish. If that’s you this year, than this pumpkin pie is for you. It’s a healthy vegan twist on the...

Thanksgiving tradition means something different to each and every one of us. However, there is one thing that I know we all have in common when it comes to Thanksgiving Day: whether you’re the event planner, the chef, or dessert connoisseur of the family, we all...

Nature has many whole foods that compete head-to-head with all the powders and supplements and pills we pound into our bodies in the 21st century. I love tart cherry juice because it has nutrients that have anti-inflammatory effects on your body. Newer studies showed that adding tart...

Hummus is an ancient food, possibly first consumed in Egypt as early as the thirteenth century. I've seen hummus eaten as a healthy part of the diets of many healthy populations living around the world, especially the Middle East. I have my own version to share in this greens-focused recipe! The...

Cranberries have amazing health benefits, but the one downside to cranberries is that they are hard to eat without sugar. Just a ¼ cup of jellied cranberry sauce has 24 grams of sugar in it. Worse yet, it will be in the form of high...

Chia seeds are amazing. They are one of my foundational superfoods that you can eat every day to add nutritional support and health benefits to your SuperLife. If you are going to eat chia seeds, I highly recommend that you soak them! Soaking chia seeds “sprouts” them...

For all of you that want to soak in the season with pumpkin / spice / fall everything, here’s a healthy, clean, festive version of chia pudding. This apple spice chia seed pudding isn't just a flavorful snack, the chia seeds make it a nutritious...

Get an energy boost without the buzz of coffee using maca, one of my favorite superfoods. This root from Peru gives you energy in a non-caffeinated way that supports your body. Bonus: you’ll also be filling your body with calcium, potassium, iron, zinc, iodine, magnesium,...