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Best Plant-Based Protein Sources


No meat? No problem.😎 Of course there’s nothing wrong with meat…there are just tons of plant-based sources of protein worth having too! Besides, incorporating new foods into your diet is a healthy practice and prevents the development of intolerances. After all, Mom always said: too much of anything isn’t good!😉 Why stick to the same diet when you can enjoy…

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8 Produce Skins You Can & Should Eat


Waste not, want not! Why add unnecessary trash to the landfills when what you’re throwing out can actually benefit you? Organic materials (like food waste) are sadly the 2nd largest component of landfills and greenhouse gas emissions!👎🏻1 So, how can you help cut down food waste? There are tons of ways! One easy action you can take is to stop…

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The Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar


Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is all the rage these days! It’s loaded with enough internal and external benefits to last a lifetime. Keep reading to learn all about this superfood serum and what it can do for you! Why Apple Cider Vinegar? The pure stuff, raw unpasteurized vinegar, contains ‘the mother’. This is the accumulation of naturally occurring interconnected protein…

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Acorn Squash Health Benefits


Acorn squash is a winter squash phenotypically named for its acorn shape. It’s the most nutrient-dense of all the summer squashes and has tons of nutritional benefits! The most common has a dark green skin with a large orange marking and a series of longitudinal ridges. Inside is a delicious sweet orange-yellow flesh and about 8 oz of 1/2″ seeds.…

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Ginger Health Benefits


Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is not only one of the tastiest herbs; but, it’s also one of the most beneficial. It’s been used as a spice for its peppery taste and medicinal properties for thousands of years! It was and continues to be brewed into teas and soups to naturally treat gastrointestinal ailments and nausea.1 What is Ginger? The ginger plant…

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Popcorn and Digestion


It’s no secret that corn and the digestive system aren’t exactly best buds. But, do you know why corn kernels come out almost exactly the same as they go in? Kernels are coated in what’s called a bran coat. This coating is made of the plant fiber, cellulose, which our body’s digestive enzymes can’t break down.1 Popcorn on the other…

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Calendula Latte


There’s nothing better than a warm latte. Especially if it’s being enjoyed under a comfy blanket!😊 Even better picture—you’re curled up with a naturally-medicinal herbal latte that’s promoting goodness from within with every sip! Calendula is an anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial flower. It’s most commonly used topically to treat wounds like cuts, scrapes, burns, rashes, sores and chapped skin. But when…

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Calendula: the 411


What is Calendula? Calendula (calendula officinalis) is an edible annual flower and member of the marigold family (also commonly called the ‘pot marigold’). This specific flower variation has been known for its extraordinary healing properties for centuries both topical and internal! Where to Get It? Calendula is a rather easy flower to grow and harvest at home. This is due…

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A [Green] Apple a Day


I eat an apple on the daily. They’re my go-to snack because you know what they say—an apple a day keeps the doctor away! I favor green apples not just for their flavor; but, their nutritional content too. There’s no denying that their crunch capacity is a factor, but the nutrition facts speak for themselves! Dietary Fiber Green apples (like…

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Say No to Soy


Soy is a popular food that has become quite prevalent in conversations regarding health and nutrition. Derived from soybeans, it’s commonly consumed in the form of an oil, protein or milk. The entire bean is also served in a dish called edamame. People are often surprised to come across members of the health-conscious community who don’t eat soy. This is…

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