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There are plenty of reasons to go dairy-free, yet it is very difficult when most modern recipes include at least one product that contains milk.
6 Dairy Free, Calcium-Rich Recipes
September 26 2018
Dairy isn’t the only or best source of calcium. There are plenty of dairy-free foods that provide a large amount of calcium.
Dairy-Free Superfood Lattes: Alternatives to Coffee
August 13 2018
A latte is simply coffee with milk. Lattes have twice the caffeine as a traditional coffee. Most people drink lattes for the extra boost in the morning that a regular cup of coffee cannot provide. An individual who doesn’t want to drink milk or can’t drink milk often stays away from lattes. However, lattes can be made dairy-free. Dairy-free means substituting products that don’t include milk, such as coconut or rice.
The Deliciously Healthy Benefits of Dairy-Free Cashew Yogurt
January 2 2019
Dairy-based yogurt can cause concern for some, but it is easy to switch to a nut-based yogurt. Homemade yogurt with cashews and probiotics is tasty, healthy, and can be made in just minutes.
Is a Low FODMAP Diet Right for You?
November 8 2017
You have probably seen the low FODMAP diet popping up on the cover of health magazines and in your social media feed. What exactly is a FODMAP, and should you be worried about it? Here's what you need to know before jumping on this new diet bandwagon.
5 Vegetarian Recipes For the Perfect Weekend BBQ
June 28 2019
Being vegetarian does not have to mean that barbecues are out of reach.
What Is Biohacking? How to Benefit from Making More Conscious Choices
May 20 2019
What is Biohacking? Biohacking is developing our best selves to feel great with optimal performance.
Easy Gluten-Free Thumbprint Cookies
May 16 2019
Following a gluten-free diet may offer benefits for anyone suffering from celiac disease, gluten-based intolerances or irritable bowel syndrome.
Fuel Your Morning With a Matcha Latte
March 26 2018
The first time I tried what is now the incredibly popular drink known as matcha, I was sitting on a tatami mat in Japan, experiencing a traditional tea ceremony. Concentrated green powder and hot water was whisked perfectly into a frothy tea right in front of my eyes. Turning the bowl in my hands three times, I was instructed to take a sip. The tea had an earthy taste, nothing like I had ever experienced before.
Bone Broth Farro and Lentil Bowls
May 10 2019
We love simple nutritious meals that lend themselves well to meal prep and this farro lentil bowl is one of them.
Healthy Kitchen Detox for Fall
November 15 2017
Just as we spring clean our homes when the weather gets warm, or when we do quarterly cleanses to jumpstart our metabolism as seasonal produce changes, our kitchen needs some extra love and care as well. Think of it as a seasonal “reset” for one of the most important rooms of your home.
12 Holistic Remedies for the Common Cold
December 1 2017
The common cold is just that: common. It's often the body's way of getting one to slow down, take a break, and relax for a bit. While most of the time it will go away on its own, there are many all-natural remedies to ease symptoms so that it’s easier to breathe, coughs become lighter and less frequent, and overall, the sufferer feels less miserable. What's more is that natural or holistic remedies for the common cold are often less expensive than over-the-counter medicine. Many of the "side effects" from these holistic remedies are positive.
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