Fuel your body with healthy energy gained from MaxLiving Chocolate Grass-fed Whey Protein, dates, low-sugar berries, and chia seeds. This easy-to-make, homemade energy bar is great for breakfast, before or after a workout, or an on-the-go snack. Finally, great-tasting, healthy fuel and protein for your body.
Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
Pesto is a healthy, feisty food to add to snacks, lunches, or dinners. Here are three ways to try pesto. Choose from basil, arugula, or roasted red pepper pesto depending on your pallet or food you want to go with it.
Cauliflower with nutritional yeast and garlic is both tasty and loaded with nutrients. Plus, this cauliflower is infused with olive oil so it adds healthy fats your body needs to absorb the nutrients.
This yummy yogurt dip is made with Greek yogurt, cucumber, fresh dill, lemon, and garlic making for a sweet and filling alternative to a bean dip. Plus, the garlic and yogurt improve your gut health.
Salmon is filled with healthy omega-3 fatty acids, which help fight inflammation. Blackened seasoning make this a simple, healthy dinner.
Delicious, no-fuss pancakes made from almond flour, garbanzo bean flour, and healthy flaxseed meal. These pancakes are complete with healthy protein and fat. Use low-sugar berries as toppings and get in important vitamins and nutrients.
Natural Window Cleaner – A Detox Solution to Let Sunlight In During daily cleaning activities, you probably wipe down commonly touched surfaces, such as the kitchen table and kitchen and bathroom counter, where viruses and bacteria that cause colds and flu can live, but there is one surface that is often overlooked: windows. Perhaps because