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Post image for Gut Feelings: Parsnip Hash with Anchovies and Kale

For the sake of the upswing, here is my breakfast of winter champions — parsnip hash.

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Mandie Fae -Feb 08, 2016, 8:09PM
YUM!! Thanks for the recipe! Breakfasts with family are very special to me!

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Post image for Respiratory Immunity Tea

A great tea for a stubborn sore throat, or when you want to power up your respiratory system.

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fpcarrie -Feb 05, 2016, 3:40PM
hi all! from abbye: iHerb or Mountain Rose Herbs are both great options for all ingredients. https://www.mountainroseherbs.com http://www.iherb.com/The-Tao-of-Tea-Organic-Famous-Australian-Herb-Lemon-Myrtle-Caffeine-Free-3-oz-85-g/42872?gclid=Cj0KEQiAisy1BRD7_YSgpduD2cEBEiQAPR3UuKel8hFUIESptdtWuPt51ZVAfEoFry5U0IUevV6uPxcaAgax8P8HAQ This is the one I use: http://www.sweetteafactory.com/australian-lemon-myrtle/ Mountain Rose Herbs doesn't have lemon myrtle, but you can use lemon verbena in its place if you don't want to order it separately. Whole Foods also stocks slippery elm, peppermint, and licorice root in the bulk section at most locations.
Share Smithwick -Feb 03, 2016, 12:13PM
I searched Amazon and found the Elm & licorice root but the lemon myrtle leaves is not so easy to source due to the word lemon ....I ask the question whether or not Lemon myrtle leaf was the same as just Myrtle or Lemon Verbena or Lemon balm and according to the net the latter two is not closely related. Maybe Ms Churchill or our blogger can offer some suggestions. At this point I'm thinking if we could find an already blended tea of this concoction it would be much easier.

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Post image for Ayurvedic Sunshine Detox Soup

A hydrating, detoxing, mineral-rich soup recipe by Lorien from Wholesome Loving Goodness!

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Cross -Feb 18, 2016, 1:17AM
What a lovely combination for cleansing. Thank you! May I ask, can butternut squash be considered as a substitute for the pumpkin? If not will canned pumpkin support the same cleansing effect? Difficult to find whole pumpkin. Thanks again!
Ashley Siedentopf -Feb 03, 2016, 4:34AM
Thanks for providing such a beneficial soup recipe for the detoxification of the body. Also, it tastes very well and my whole takes it atleast once in a day daily. Moreover, it has really helped me in washing away the inner harmful toxins and now, I feel refreshed & better than earlier.

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Post image for The FP Escapes Philosophie Cleanse (+3 Superfood Recipes!)

Use these power-packed foods to thrive this winter!

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ahyar -Apr 26, 2016, 3:36PM
in many cases fermentation produces additional nutrients or removes anti-nutrients or toxins
Cassie -Feb 06, 2016, 12:31AM
I love the philosophiemama! She's beautiful. warm, insightful and posts super stunning and high-quality content! The cleanse is perfect because it's liberal enough to not feel like an actual cleanse, but it's super healthy and versatile for anyone!

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Post image for Making Coconut Kefir

Fermentation is all the rage. Kombucha, Jun and now Kefir! Read on to learn how to make your own Coconut Kefir.

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Post image for Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Latte

Soothe body and mind with this warming concoction, perfect for a cold winter night

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Kevin -Feb 01, 2016, 4:18PM
Thanks for sharing this recipe - I've had bad knees since my mid-teens and now my hips have their off days too, so I'm looking forward to giving this a go and seeing the effects!
fp julie -Jan 31, 2016, 12:47PM
Nancy - you can certainly use any milk you please, I prefer nut milk. Let me know how it turns out! :)

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Post image for Comfort Food Redux: Spaghetti Squash and Baked Falafel

A new and delightful take on spaghetti and meatballs.

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Rachel -Jan 26, 2016, 3:11PM
I like the idea of using falafel balls as meatballs! Must try!
sarah smith -Jan 26, 2016, 2:25PM
Totally! Great idea This sounds amazing; it's exactly what I was looking for!

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Post image for Cooking in Season, Part One

Align your palette with nature’s cycles and select seasonal foods. A winter-warming recipe is awaiting!

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Michelle -Jan 25, 2016, 8:44AM
I love the thought of cooking and eating in season, because you not only support the local farmers but are a bit pressured to get creative. I love that! https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Post image for The Culprit Behind Detox Fatigue

What is “detox fatigue?” How does it affect your ability to cleanse? Our friends at The Chalkboard Mag have some insight…

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isolde -Jan 24, 2016, 7:13AM
hey great post.

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Post image for Sips: 3 Cocktails For Your Sweetheart

Standard Tap, a Philadelphia favorite, shares 3 cocktail recipes perfect for celebrating love!Read More

KNC -Jan 21, 2016, 11:56AM
That "Handsome Stranger" looks like an INCREDIBLE drink. I might make this tomorrow.
Michelle -Jan 21, 2016, 7:24AM
That last cocktail sounds very tasty, I'd like to try that (although it's a long list of ingredients...). Guess the Aperol Spritzer is a lot easier! https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Post image for From Bean to Bar at Fine & Raw

Step behind the scenes of Fine & Raw, the sweetest addition to the FP Love Shop.

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Michelle -Jan 20, 2016, 11:09AM
Oh yummy, this chocolate looks heavenly! And the shop has a very cool interior design, it's a bit towards industrial style right? https://www.makeandmess.com/

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Post image for Gut Feelings: Enhancing Your New Year With Good Practices

Join us in treating your gut to good feelings and good health.

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Samantha -Jan 19, 2016, 7:56PM
I love FP posts about food. Love love love them. Thank you for being so realisitc & down to earth here.
Lexie -Jan 19, 2016, 2:47PM
Hi Chloe and Miss! You have excellent points. I drink responsibly farmed (in the capacity possible) cow's milk only when a good dairy alternative is not an option, probably less than once a month (I'm basically lactose intolerant). Unfortunately, in the grand scheme of things, dairy farming remains a widespread issue for the depletion of land integrity. I'm with ya! I think that changing western integration of dairy into the diet is a pretty large undertaking, and discourage the replacement of it with yet another harmful farming method. I just hope we remain aware and educated and take small steps in the right direction on all fronts. <3

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