Green Lemonade Author: Gabrielle Tenney Ingredients For juice 2 cups (32g) Kale leaves 1 (300g) cucumber 4 (160g) celery stalks 1 (182g) apple 1/2 (30g) lemon, no peel 1 ginger (20g), 2-inch piece For Smoothie 1 cup (16g) Kale leaves 1/2 (150g) cucumber 2 (80g) celery stalks 1/2 (91g) apple 1/2 (30g) lemon, no peel […]

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The frozen banana makes this recipe. It gives it this creamy velvety texture that is reminiscent of a milk shake. I used to love the Starbuck’s Mocha Coconut Frappuccino and this is a way to have it year round not to mention without any added refined sugars or preservatives. Dates are a great natural sweetener […]

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Reuse recycle reduce. Remember that? It doesn’t just mean separating your garbage. Here are a couple ideas on how to reuse glass bottles. Have leftover wine bottles? I know I do. I fill them with filtered water and keep them in the fridge since I like cold water with no ice. I didn’t want to […]

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Are you paying $5 dollars a smoothie? That adds up if you want to get your nutrients everyday. I only paid $1.63 for this smoothie. I love smoothies. They are a great way to fill up with some nutrients when you are in a hurry. I have one everyday either at school or work when […]

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For the Savvy Tip of the Week I am going to give you some tips I have used over the years that I have found reduce waste, save money and make your perishables last until you’re ready to use them! To do this I freeze these items on the reg. A great way to save […]

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This post corresponds with the eating guide in my first post Shopping List Week 1  that is a good example of what types of foods you should incorporate into your weekly routine to maintain a healthy weight and live well. To eat a nutritionally sound diet you may have heard you need to”Eat a rainbow of […]

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If you want a recipe for Blueberry Chia Streusel Muffins lower in carbs and with less butter click here. These blueberry muffins taste so good and they just happen to be low-carb Blueberry Chia streusel Muffins! The streusel sounds so fancy but it is just the dry ingredients for your muffins mixed with some melted butter. Almond […]

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Mojito es un cóctel sencillo y si no tienes soda (agua con gas) a la mano la sandia hace una buena bebida para mezclar porque es tan jugoso. Solo las zarzamoras y las nuez de castilla contienen más capacidad antioxidante que fresas por porción. Es recomendado consumir 3 tazas 3-5 veces a la semana especialmente […]

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This recipe is amazing since it is delicious, healthy and doesn’t involve any cooking! It is great when you live in a dorm or when you need a convenient meal between classes! You can also make this dish and get the little ones involved in the kitchen. They are more likely to eat it, or at […]

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Only blackberries and walnuts have more antioxidant capacity than strawberries by serving size! It is recommended to have about 3 cups 3-5 days a week especially if you want to enjoy their anti-inflammatory benefits. Watermelon is a high lycopene food that has been getting a lot of attention lately. Lycopene is a carotenoid phytonutrient that […]

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