There’s no doubt, you are going to feel and look your best when you eat your best. And, to really eat your best, you’re going to want to include seasonal superfoods. Superfoods are so important because they are going to fill your body with super-strength amounts of nutrients, phytochemicals and antioxidants. Eating seasonal food are fabulous because they are going to have the freshest flavor, highest concentration of nutrients and be more affordable. When it comes to spring, I want you to think in terms of color and go green. Here are my top 5 favorite spring superfoods you need to be eating…
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Veggie Noodles are the perfect meal option for anyone who's looking to eat healthy. Plus this veggie noodle recipe suits a variety of dietary needs. Zucchini Noodles are gluten and dairy free, low FODMAP, have no added sugar and are diabetic friendly! Plus, they are great for vegans and vegetarians.
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Before you take a bite, you’ve got to ask yourself this simple question: “Why am I eating that?” These words are quick and easy and can totally help you transform
Dr. Kristen Bentson's Healthy Holidays Gift Guide has feel good gifts for everyone on your list! 10 cool, unique and healthy gifts you'll want to give and get this Christmas.
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Juice (even fresh, homemade juice) isn’t really healthier for you than just eating fresh, whole foods. In fact, chances are good, it could be a little less healthy. Here’s why…