When Life Gives You Limes…

When life gives you limes…you make Pad Thai I do make A LOT of my meals but there are many days where I am tired and lazy and I just want to eat take-out out on the couch. One evening we were craving chicken Pad Thai but there lies one issue…Pad Thai contains soy sauce […]

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What Do You Mean He Don’t Eat No Meat?

If you aren’t a Big Fat Greek Wedding fan, then you probably don’t understand today’s post title. If you are, then I hope you are firing me up some lamb on a spit in your front yard đŸ˜‰ Let’s be honest, in My Big Fat Greek Wedding we all judged Ian Miller a little bit […]

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Scream + Shout for Brussels Sprouts

BRUSSELS SPROUTS // maintain the health of your skin, teeth and gums Vitamin C is essential for normal growth and development. This nutrient keep your immune system strong and helps maintain the health of your skin, teeth and gums. Vitamin C protects your cells from damage as well, which can reduce your risk of heart […]

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You Mango Me Loco

MANGOES // rich in beta-carotene Beta-carotene is a powerful carotenoid. This element of mango helps to enhance the immune system and make it impervious to bacteria and toxins. Excess beta-carotein is also transformed into Vitamin A. This is another antioxidant vitamin and gives you additional protection from the free radicals that harm your internal systems. […]

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Life’s a Peach

PEACHES // the zen fruit Peaches are often referred to as the “Fruit of Calmness” in Hungary. Peaches are a healthy stress-reliever that help reduce anxiety. Who new something so tasty could be so beneficial? There are two things that I love so much…summer salads and peach season! Today’s salad basically encompasses both of my […]

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Guac-Amoré

AVOCADOS // contain more potassium than a banana Potassium is a nutrient that most people are not getting enough of. This nutrient helps maintain electrical gradients in the body’s cells and serves various important functions. Avocados are actually very high in potassium…with a 100 gram (3.5 ounce) serving containing 14% of the recommended daily amount […]

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What’s Up, Doc?

CARROTS // stop memory loss Middle-aged people who ate the lowest amount of root vegetables showed more than three times as much cognitive decline as those who ate the most, according to a Netherlands study. Researchers concluded that the beta-carotene in the vegetables – ESPECIALLY IN CARROTS–protected the central nervous system against aging. An 18-year […]

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