Bulletproof coffee uses unexpected replacements for traditional cream and sugar that help provide longer-lasting energy and other nutritional benefits as well.
This Raspberry Pecan Crumble can be served warm or cold for breakfast, plus it makes for a delicious dessert. As an added bonus, this recipe contains no refined sugar or flour.
Feeling sluggish? This sweet, refreshing tonic contains stomach soothing papaya and aloe vera juice.
Pesto sauce made with fresh basil is typically eaten on pasta noodles, or zoodles (zucchini noodles). It can also be used as a dip for bread and vegetables.
Whether you’re entertaining guests or making a new sweet treat for your family, nobody will know you made some nutritional swaps in these delectable apple blondies, like sugar for maple syrup, and wheat flour for organic coconut flour.
In this recipe, we paired up herb turmeric (which supports antioxidant health*), with tart cherry juice to create a nutritious drink that can be enjoyed any hour of the day.
Skipping breakfast can also lower the ability to concentrate, and lead to low blood sugar, which causes weakness and dizziness. Not only that, skipping breakfast can simply flat out make someone cranky. Give these overnight oats a whirl, and make your mornings easier!
Can’t get enough blueberries? We don’t blame you! This culinary treasure boasts just 80 calories per cup (and that’s a lot of berries!), no fat, and one serving delivers 25% of one’s daily Vitamin C requirement.
Turkey, ham, pumpkin pie, blueberry pie, sweet potato casserole loaded with marshmallows, cookies, pastries, and mashed potatoes: some of our favorite holidays this time of year are synonymous with these foods, not to mention all of the traveling some of us endure during this festive time of year.
Today, one form of vinegar is making waves in the kitchen: apple cider vinegar. This powerful apple cider vinegar shot combines zesty ginger and cayenne pepper to stimulate the senses.