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October 27, 2017

Candy, Treats, & Sweets- Oh My

Halloween is right around the corner which usually means lots of candy, treats, and sweets. Make this Halloween an extra healthy, fun, and produce-packed one instead. Life isn't about giving anything up, it's about making everything better. Produce Pumpkins Cut ¼ inch off the bottom of a large grapefruit so that the grapefruit lays flat on the plate. Cut 1 inch from the top of the grapefruit and scoop out the insides. Using a small paring […]
October 22, 2017

5 Reasons You Crave Junk Food

Even with the strongest intentions, cravings can derail our health goals and can be detrimental to our waistline. Many folks we work with truly want to eat healthier, but explain that they can't help but crave salty, high fat, and sugar filled foods. However, did you know that the more you eat these unhealthy foods, the more you crave them? Say what?! Yup! Manufactures add salt, sugar, and fat to foods for a reason--to make you […]
October 20, 2017

Keep Calm & Eat Dates

Magnesium is our calming mineral and helps to improve stress, sleep, muscle soreness, and pain. Magnesium allows us to relax and unwind from life's everyday stressors. The most powerful form of magnesium will come from foods versus supplements. Keep in mind that the human body does not eat nutrients, it eats food. And it's food that will be the most powerful and most affordable.
October 15, 2017

European Riviera Adventure

The beautiful thing about travel is that it allows you to be more mindful and aware of your surroundings. It’s an experience that allows you to be completely present and engaged in everything you do. Everyday you are exposed to a new experience everyday—architecture, cultures, people, and food. It allows you to do things with more purpose and engagement.

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