11 Things Healthy People Do Differently

15 May

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As a Health Coach, I am not only in touch with people who seek guidance in balancing their health, I am also deeply connected with an immense network of fellow health-conscious wellness professionals, colleagues, and friends.

Being surrounded by these amazing individuals, I’ve begun to notice a pattern, a certain way of being that sets them apart from everyone else and makes them walking inspirations without their even trying or realizing how awesome they are.

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I Quit Sugar Book Review (and the Lowdown on Sweet Stuff)

27 Apr

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Every once in a while, I like to recommend things that could enhance your health & wellness. A product, book, online resource, education program, etc., just something that I have tried for myself and truly feel is so valuable that I am compelled to share it.

That’s the case with I Quit Sugar, without a doubt the best healthy recipe book I have seen in a long time. Here’s why it’s great… Continue reading

10 Cool Facts About Probiotics

21 Apr

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While most of us savor our independence and consider ourselves to be autonomous beings, it might surprise you to learn that on a microscopic level our bodies are not entirely our own. They are home to an immense number of tiny organisms, some good and some not-so-good, which affect how we feel and how our bodies function and behave on a daily basis.

Among the good little microbes that colonize our bodies are bacteria that support our overall health.

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Green Tea vs. White Tea: Which is Healthier?

9 Apr

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Among different types of tea, green tea is often the one touted as the most health-promoting due to its high amount of EGCG, a powerful antioxidant. But if you really look beyond the hype and the plethora of green tea products available wherever you go, there is another type of tea that is grossly underrated and superior to green tea in terms health benefits.

White tea contains more antioxidants than green tea, has a gentler flavor, and contains less caffeine.

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Gluten Free Chickpea Crepes Recipe

2 Apr

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Being gluten-free and a lover of crepes can sometimes be a challenge, but not today! These chickpea crepes are not only delicious and easy to make, they are also versatile as all get-out. There are no limits to the variety of savory things you can dress them up with. They make the perfect weekend brunch 🙂

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Gluten-Free Paleo Banana Berry Mini Muffins

30 Mar

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Looking for a sweet treat that’s gluten-free, paleo-friendly, and low in sugar? You’ve come to the right place! These tasty little morsels are the perfect bite-sized snack.

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Avocado Berry Smoothie/Sorbet Recipe

16 Mar

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This recipe came about because one day I asked my kiddo what he wanted to eat and he said “avocado smoothie!” So into the kitchen we went and came up with something truly delicious. Since avocados are so rich and creamy this recipe can either be a filling smoothie with the right amount of liquid, or a delectable sorbet you can eat with a spoon. I’m always conscious of the amount of sugar I consume so while there’s a few different fruits in here, they are all in small quantities and the avocado balances them just right so that the end result is just a tad sweet.

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