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OK, I know for those of you in northern climates, it seems strange to be talking about ice cream right now…. Read more »

Shanice Romelus -Jan 31, 2015, 10:22AM
Wow this looks amazing! I have to show my friends http://www.helloimshanice.com/
Silviu Udrea -Jan 31, 2015, 1:54AM
never had a banana icecream before surelly i'll try it this weekend

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Pink Valentine’s hearts, pink candies, pink… smoothies? Read more »

Hanna -Jan 28, 2015, 1:41PM
I made this for breakfast and am in love. It is deeeeelicious, nutritious and is super easy to make! I used freshly harvested beets and tossed a handful of beet greens into the mix instead of kale - beet greens have a similar taste to kale and are packed with Vitamin K and Fiber - totally recommended. I also used unsweetened Good Karma's Unsweetened Flax Milk + Protein instead of almond milk. This creamy, plant-based milk alternative provides a healthy dose of Omega 3's and is low in calories. Try it out! Thanks for sharing this awesome recipe, lady :)
Crista -Jan 28, 2015, 1:39AM
it's so pretty.....

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Post image for Blended Grains with Brussels Sprouts + Walnuts

This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian!
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Jen -Jan 26, 2015, 10:51PM
Look so yummy! www.safran-bolu.com
AC -Jan 26, 2015, 3:48AM
Hummm, yummy ! seems so good, I now know what I will eat for lunch ;)

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This post is part of our restricted diet series from Beth of Tasty Yummies.

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The Savvy Heart -Jan 23, 2015, 7:09PM
Yumm love blood orange! The Savvy Heart http://www.thesavvyherat.com
Jen -Jan 22, 2015, 9:17PM
Sparkler's color is really beautiful!! So lovely drink. www.safran-bolu.com

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There are certain types of produce that I ALWAYS like to have on hand – ingredients that have become staples in just about everything I make.  Read more »

Josh -Jan 26, 2015, 8:21PM
I put my greens after washed in a perfectly sealed tupperware inside the fridge and lasts for 2 weeks or more!
Julia -Jan 25, 2015, 8:37PM
Thanks for the tips guys! xx

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Post image for 5 Tips for a Juice Cleanse + a Pressed Juicery Discount

The holidays have come and gone, and I, for one, am feeling the repercussions. Read more »

Amanda R. -Jan 23, 2015, 10:31PM
Btw some reputable naturopathic doctors do suggest juicing, however that depends on your age, weight, and medical history! I highly suggest speaking to a nutritionist so they can set up a plan to start and wean you of on to whole foods. The juices do also have to be primarily veggies and very little fruit. Most fruits have low calories, but high acidity and sugars... i.e large crash.
Amanda R. -Jan 23, 2015, 10:28PM
Hello, to those concerned of the suggestion of a juicing cleanse and to those interested in one. There are healthy ways to go about juicing however!!!! I highly suggest you take a lot of time to study and practice before doing a complete cleanse. I myself studied with my partner and he was perfectly fine with only juice. I on the other had (120 pound 24 y/o f, with endometriosis) was not. After two days, with full time work, I was dizzy, nauseated, and could not concentrate on any thing. My boss at the time was kind enough to let me go home, my partner had to icky me and my vehicle up. We spent 2 months studying both the cleanse and bought a reasonably priced juicer as well. He continued for a few more days, but I went back to a veggie diet plus the juice and smoothies. If you are serious about the cleanse, start of slow. Cut out everything except fruits and veggies, and figure out how you will properly consume the juice. Juiced fruit and veggies have to be drank within minutes (not 15 or 20, at most 5) of juicing or their nutritional value is lost because of oxygen and science.

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There are so many ways to say ‘I Love You‘. Read more »

fp julie -Jan 20, 2015, 8:24PM
Emma - they're from Beehive Handmade :)
Emma -Jan 20, 2015, 6:54PM
Can you please tell me where those gorgeous love heart measuring spoons came from?

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This post comes from our contributor Jill of a Better Happier St. Sebastian!

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Jen -Jan 20, 2015, 6:32AM
In Korea, we usually eat tofu. It is good for the body, a healthy food. http://www.safran-bolu.com
Kathryn -Jan 19, 2015, 3:24PM
Mmm - I love the simplicity of this dish! Asian flavours are some of my favorite too. xx Kathryn http://www.throughthethicket.ca

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Pomegranates are a marvelous superfruit, filled with tons of beautiful things like antioxidants, vitamin C, potassium and much more. Read more »

Rich -Jan 20, 2015, 10:31AM
There is just one big problem, how to make pomegranates taste good. The taste is horrible!
zadig -Jan 16, 2015, 10:21AM
I second the underwater version, so so easy and no juice splash! https://www.etsy.com/shop/Decadanse

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Post image for 2 Power Salad Recipes to Energize Your Week

I pack my lunch nearly every day for work, and while it’s usually some combination of leftovers from the night before, every now and then I manage to throw together a really phenomenal salad for my mid-day meal. Read more »

Allison -Jan 20, 2015, 7:29PM
Looks delicious! I will try the savoury power salad. Love every ingredient in that salad besides the raw onions (those give you the worst lingering breath!) http://whereveralligoes.wordpress.com
fp julie -Jan 16, 2015, 1:04PM
Rea, I'm sorry I don't have the calorie info. There are lots of nutrition calculators available online though. Hope that helps! :)

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Post image for January Wellness Reboot, Part 2

I’ve decided. 2015 is the year for health and wellness. It’s also the year that we do it together, united in our quest for wellbeing. Read more »

Anna -Jan 31, 2015, 12:44PM
This looks amazing and I'm so excited to try it!! But could you post the calories? I figured it out myself and it's about 1000 cals.... seems really high to me! Did I add this wrong? Lol
Anne Kim -Jan 30, 2015, 11:57PM
Congratulations! Great idea on your raw oatmeal recipe...interesting comment re agave. Probably beside the point but I've been consuming about a cup of home-made kefir every morning with some organic veggie drink...really fills me up. Best to you!

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Post image for 3 Healthy Alternatives to Your Morning Coffee + Their Benefits

January has always been a time to reset and rejuvenate for me. Read more »

Anne Hamper -Jan 24, 2015, 5:58AM
No mention of hot water and lemon first thing in the morning?? I find this such a "cleansing" start to the day.
Sabrina -Jan 23, 2015, 8:09PM
The bergamot in the Earl Grey tea can reduce hot flash activity, but can still contribute to silent reflux, though I find by drinking tea with milk and a a light steeping does not provoke reflux in me. Can't say about the hot flash thing, though, since I'm not quite peri-menopausal yet.

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