It’s almost that time! Kid are going back to school soon and why not think about how we can offer healthy lunch ideas for them and ourselves to get through the day feeling energized and healthy?
It’s more important than ever to think about the way food affects our kiddos. High sugars and carbohydrates in their lunches can leave them feeling hyper AND sluggish throughout the afternoon. Helping to balance their meals can also help balance their behavior and their brains while they are at school. Click on the image to download 🙂
With gardens overflowing with lettuce and delicious vegetables, there is no better time than now to make up a big jar of homemade, gut healthy salad dressing and add it to your favorite greens and veggies.
It’s cooling, hydrating and helps balance out heavy bbq meals and the heat.
Just click on the image to the right for a free download of my favorite dressing with a healthy tip and a recipe for a simple salad that is one of our favorites.
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In the Pacific Northwest, we experience long stretches of gray skies and rain. During the winter, most of us are inside much more than we are during spring, summer and fall which means we might not be getting enough vitamin D. Lack of vitamin D can contribute to the winter blues so it’s important that we include Vitamin D rich foods and supplements. If you are wondering where to get that in the foods you are eating, here’s a few that include generous amounts with each serving!
This month, I wanted to look at inflammation. It’s a big contributor to disease and imbalance in the body but the good news is, you have the POWER to reduce it in your own body. Two huge triggers for inflammation are some select foods and stress. Both of these are things that you have the ability to manage and when you do, you may be surprised at how amazing you feel. Here is a list of foods to avoid if you are trying to reduce inflammation. Also, you can start bringing anti-inflammatory foods into your diet. Just click the link to the right for your free trio of smoothie recipes to get you started!