I am back and feeling 98% better. It looks as if I am back just in time to kick off the spring season. Even though I don’t have my appetite back fully, and I am in desperate need to go shopping I wanted to share this kale and blueberry salad with you. It is the perfect salad to have when starting or completing a detox. It is filling but it won’t weigh you down. Anyway, click here to check out the recipe. Continue reading
I know it has been a while since I last blogged. Work has been chaotic to say the least. Anyway let me move on to today’s recipe. I made spaghetti squash ramen noodle style. I don’t know if many of you are familiar with ramen noodles. The highly processed noodles that come with a high sodium packet of msg flavoring. They aren’t particularly good but they are quick and affordable which makes them the go to meal of choice for college students and people on a budget. Well I figured out a way to have healthier version of these noodles. I am begging your pardon in advance regarding pictures. I managed to snag a couple of photos with my phone before scarfing down everything on my lunch break. For the recipe click here. Continue reading
I got this wonderful recipe from Nubia Sutton’s Youtube vlog. Unfortunately, she no longer keeps the video posted because Couscous may be a problem for those who have trouble digesting gluten. But feel free to click on the video above and revel in the awesomeness that is Nubia Sutton (womb priestess, raw foodist, and holistic practitioner)
Green smoothies are an excellent way to make sure that you are getting your proper servings of fruits and vegetables. I start every morning with a green smoothie or green juice. Some people can’t function without a morning cup of coffee. I on the other hand prefer to get my day started with a green smoothie. I am always changing the way I make my smoothies but I will share a simple recipe with you for one I made the other day.