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Bananas and Why We Love Them

Bananas are a delicious and versatile superfood that play a pivotal role in maintaining a healthy digestive system.  Many of us grew up familiar with the BRAT diet (Bananas, Rice, Applesauce, Toast) as the remedy for an upset stomach. There has been a nasty stomach bug going around lately, so we have had a steady

February 25th, 2015|Clean Eating, Juicing, Kid-friendly, Organics, Vegan/Vegetarian|Comments Off on Bananas and Why We Love Them

Growing Into A Healthy Lifestyle at College

Maintaining a healthy, clean eating lifestyle is a struggle for a lot of us. Whether balancing work, school, or family, taking care of ourselves frequently takes a back seat. Often times, we resort to convenience, which usually means bad eating habits or skipping a workout. Sometimes, a little planning to set up your week will

February 18th, 2015|Clean Eating, Mind and Body|Comments Off on Growing Into A Healthy Lifestyle at College

5 Things We Love About Watermelon

There are plenty of reasons to love watermelon, and this Superfood is a favorite in our home. Although watermelon is roughly 92% water, they are full of nutrients such as Vitamins A & C, Potassium, and Electrolytes, making them the perfect for quenching your thirst during hot, summer days. Sure watermelon tastes great, but it has

February 7th, 2015|Clean Eating, Juicing, Kid-friendly, Organics, Vegan/Vegetarian|Comments Off on 5 Things We Love About Watermelon

5 Things We Love About Cabbage

An acquired taste for some, cabbage is a versatile ingredient that can be juiced, pickled, grilled, sautéed, or roasted. Sturdy and rich, cabbage can last up to two weeks if stored properly in a cool place (crisper drawer of your fridge). Cabbage is available throughout most of the year and is peak in season from late

January 2nd, 2015|Clean Eating, Juicing, Kid-friendly, Organics, Vegan/Vegetarian|Comments Off on 5 Things We Love About Cabbage

Butternut Squash, Winter Goodness

One of our favorite winter vegetables, the butternut squash is in peak of season. A winter squash varietal, butternut squash is full of Vitamins A, B2, B6, C, and K, Manganese, Copper, Folate,  Pantothenic Acid, and omega-3 fatty acids. This superfood aids in supporting cell division, promoting healthy vision, immune, intestinal and respiratory systems; while

December 18th, 2014|Clean Eating, Kid-friendly, Organics, Vegan/Vegetarian|Comments Off on Butternut Squash, Winter Goodness
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