Savory Pumpkin with Red Onion Garlic and Coconut #SundaySupper

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It’s pumpkin season and it’s time for pumpkin recipes! I love pumpkins so I decided to jump on the band wagon and blog a pumpkin recipe! Ok I am going to be honest with you; I put off writing this post till the last minute and after spending a beautiful day walking around DC I […]

Bring Back Bone Broth Benefits

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In the days of our ancestors, the hunter gatherers of the stone age  when they had no antibiotics, chemotherapy and all the advances of modern medicine they had good old reliable ” bone broth” which was the cure for everything from rheumatism to diabetes! The ancient bone broth was not just an ordinary stock but […]

Salmon Red Curry

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Tender salmon steaks swimming in a pool of spicy red curry sauce! This is a dish I make a lot and its very easy which is why, when people ask for the recipe I say it’s ” very simple” , almost too simple to describe. But I thought putting it on a recipe card is […]

Coconut Banana Bread With More Fruit & Nuts Than Flour

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  Coconut banana bread  with more fruit and nuts than flour. The aroma is filling my home. It’s Sunday night  and I am baking my usual ” healthy” breakfast muffin or bread for my husband and child to grab and go en route to work and school. My ritual most Sunday evenings except this time […]

Quinoa Chickpea Soup With Roasted Garlic & Veggies #SundaySupper

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  Rustic quinoa chickpea soup bursting with the flavor of roasted veggies, laced with herbs, fresh ginger and garlic! I am not kidding when I say I could eat this soup everyday… well almost everyday 🙂 ! This quinoa chickpea soup is a meal in itself: healthy fat, protein,carbs and veggies! You don’t need anything […]

Roasted Carrot Ginger Soup With Fresh Carrot Juice & Coconut Oil

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  Roasted carrot ginger soup with a swirl of fresh carrot juice and a dash of coconut oil is comfort food to me. I love soups all year around, but give me a warm hearty soup in winter and I need nothing else to eat. Roasting veggies or fruit intensifies their flavor and gives soups […]

Taking The October #Unprocessed Challenge By @eatingrules With Baby Steps

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  October is unprocessed food month.  Andrew Wilder from ‘Eating Rules’ is on mission to help people eat healthier ! How ? By cutting out or cutting down on processed food ! He’s asking people all over the world to take the October unprocessed challenge ! As much as I love the idea, eating totally […]

5 Tips For Eating Healthy On A Budget

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I am pleased to have Steven Madison, a personal trainer and fitness expert  guest post on my blog today. Useful information here on “Eating Healthy” without breaking the bank!  Now over to Steve.   Healthy eating is important in life. Although it’s usually a lot easier to swallow down a lot of junk food and […]

Ginger : Health Benefits & Creative Uses in Recipes!

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  Aromatic, pungent and spicy ginger adds a special flavor and zest to any dish.  An extraordinary spice with health benefits! Fresh ginger root is available year round in the produce section of your local market.  Technically ginger is a herb. The rhizome (underground stem) is used as a culinary spice and also as a medicine. […]

Fiber Bars vs Fiber Foods : Which Should You Choose ?

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Day 6 of the A – Z blogging challenge and I am blogging the letter F. I thought I would blog about my pet peeve ‘ Fiber’. I call it my pet peeve because I’m always wondering if my family, clients and myself are getting enough fiber in our diet. American Cancer Institute recommends 25 […]