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Healthy Smoothies for Weight Loss
Blog

Healthy smoothies help you not only lose weight fast, but pack in much needed nutrients as well. This addition to your food routine is better than a diet plan because they keep you fuller, longer and you control exactly what goes in them for the best combination for your needs and body

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9 Day Cleanse
Events

9 day cleanse…New Year New You! Begin the New Year by loving yourself into the best possible version of yourself. Kendell Reichhart and I will be guiding you through a safe, effective cleanse this New Year with tasty, highly nutritious food to take you and your health to the next

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Miron Glass
Products I Love

Living in Switzerland for ten years, it was common to see violet blue glass in the apothecaries around town. Beautiful as it is, there is a reason for it. The Swiss are meticulous for finding the optimal way to do everything. That may indeed be the reason they have mental

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Winter Squash Guide and Raw Soup Recipe
Meals

This time of year I love to stock up on my favorite types of squash red kuri and hubbard squash. In Maryland, year round, you can find butternut squash, acorn and spaghetti but the red kuri seem to disappear after November and they will last a few months if you

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Raw Vegan Stuffing
Meals

I love trying new recipes for the Holidays. This is surprisingly delicious stuffing which is one of my all time favorite holiday foods. I cannot eat bread though. It really makes me feel sick. This stuffing recipe gives me the satisfaction in terms of flavor and texture that I got

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Macadamia Nut Goji Berry Kale Salad
Meals

Last night I attended a social gathering and created this salad for the event. Everyone RAVED about it and requested that I post the recipe. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did. Last night I attended a social gathering and created this salad for the event. Everyone

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Superfood Cereal
Snacks

When I awake in the morning I am usually not hungry but thirsty. So, I drink a ton of live spring water. Sometimes room temperature and sometimes warm with a bit of lemon. That is definitely the priority in the morning for me. When hunger strikes, which is usually around

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I have been super busy these last few weeks cultivating soil, seeds and planning my food for the summer and autumn. I am truly a novice. But with my daughter in school and her schedule, I, as an adult, have to settle down and be here now. Since I turned 18, I have been traveling all over the world. Yes, literally, I have been traveling and not able to lay or cultivate roots in a garden. This will be my third year attempt and I think I will bear fruit this year. Give thanks. I have a garden and lots of bunnies, deer, ground hogs, squirrels etc. I am planting kale, Swiss chard, fenugreek, fennel, broccoli, cauliflower, claytonia (salad), mache (salad), spinach, cabbage, peas, cilantro, parsley... I am starting my zucchini, tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers. I am really very excited. I may have bitten off more than I can chew though. But I will see my way through. Any of your suggestions would be most appreciated. What I realize is that growing my own food is the next level in understanding food as medicine. How the plant grows. What weather it is afflicted by. How it stands up to or fails in the presence of bugs, what kind of nutrients in the soil it needs. I am observing. I am also doing something that is meaningful to me. I am pre germinating most of the seeds in my mouth. It might sound odd, I know. But it makes perfect sense to me. The enzymes break down the shell of the seed and the seeds are germinating twice as fast (yes, I tested it), but even more importantly, the seed communicates with my DNA to grow in a way to nourish what my body needs. What do you hear in that? All good. Are you gardening? What are you planting? Perhaps you need ideas on how to find space? Let us brain storm together. Growing your own food is the best ever. I was looking at an egg carton today and realized that it would be a fine place to start seedlings. No fancy equipment needed. How amazing will it be to awaken in the morning and walk in the garden and pick the food your body is calling for right off the vine and nourish your body with the best food, loved and nourished by your hands?
Words To Live By

I have been super busy these last few weeks cultivating soil, seeds and planning my food for the summer and autumn. I am truly a novice. But with my daughter in school and her schedule, I, as an adult, have to settle down and be here now. Since I turned

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