WINTER SOLSTICE KALE SALAD
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
1M ago
This is one of my favorite festive salads with the most amazing lineup of superfoods –– beats, pomegranate seeds, kale and pistachios –– all tossed in the most amazing tahini dressing. You can get all five flavors (salty, bitter, sweet, sour, and pungent) in every bite while celebrating the colors and flavors of the season. I could literally eat this dressing off of the spoon it is so good! This festive salad makes a wonderful dish for your holiday table, and trust me, everyone in my family loves it, even if they are new to kale Winter Solstice Kale Salad Serves 4 THE GOODS: For the sal ..read more
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{LEFT OVER TURKEY} COWGIRL CHOWDER
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
2M ago
In honor of the Thanksgiving season, I wanted to to let you know how grateful I am for you. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for your readership, your presence, your ongoing support, and for taking your precious time to open this email. Over the past two decades, I have written many Thanksgiving emails to you. Some brimming with my favorite recipes to fill your table, some written on the science of gratitude, and some sharing my favorite ways to cultivate a stress-free holiday season –– just to name a few! This year, I wanted to do something a little bit ..read more
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WARM APPLE CINNAMON CHIA FAUXMEAL
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
3M ago
Warming spices and seasonal ingredients are easy additions to nourish your body and pamper your palate as the weather cools down. In the glory of the fall season, I have been loving this Warm Chia FauxMeal topped with local apples, ground cinnamon, and toasted pecans. Cinnamon is a wonderful ingredient to warm your digestion, stabilize your blood sugar, and decrease inflammation. And, I cannot get enough local apples at this time of year. GRAB THE RECIPE I hope you enjoy this tasty and cozy breakfast   WANT TO KEEP COOKING? CHECK OUR SOME BOULDER NUTRITION FAVS BELOW ..read more
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BRING YOUR EMBODIED FEMININE TO THE TABLE
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
4M ago
When I was a kid, I had a very robust appetite. I have always been a fast metabolizer (needing higher levers fat and protein to be satiated), and for my entire childhood and all the way through college, I was a competitive gymnast with a very intensive training schedule and energy output. Meanwhile, I was taught that a proper woman should eat light and always orderthe salad –– after all, it was the 1970’s-80’s and the fat free movement was in full swing. Let’s just say, my needs as a young girl were not well accepted by cultural norms ..read more
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SEPTEMBER SEASONAL RECIPE ROUNDUP
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
5M ago
I can tell the season is changing because my thoughts have become dominated by all the seasonal foods I want to cook –– it happens to me every late summer/early fall. I love to be in the kitchen at this time of year. The harvest season feels so abundant, the farmers market is exploding with bounty, and the recipes I daydream of making are all born through my heightened #foodspiration. So, rather than choosing just one recipe to share with you this week (almost impossible!), I decided scroll back through the Boulder Nutrition archive to gather a slew of my favorites of the season. First on ..read more
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SIX BACK TO SCHOOL TIPS TO RESET YOUR CIRCADIAN RHYTHM
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
5M ago
This week has felt like a great big exhale to me.   While I love the summer vibes of fun, spontaneity, and expansion, as per usual for late August, I’m craving a bit more routine and structure.  This is my favorite time of year to reset my rhythm. Our ancestors lived in harmony with natures rhythms and cycles, which then determined their circadian rhythm. Our circadian rhythm connects directly to our primal brains –– impacting all of our involuntary systems, and our lives.   Every aspect of our daily life is rhythmic. For e ..read more
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SIX EASY AND TASTY SUMMER RECIPES
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
7M ago
How is your week going? I hope you are enjoying the magic of the season and staying cool, hydrated, and well nourished. Summer is a longed-for season and one we often are reminded to savor. The days often feel longer and filled with expansive activity –– and hopefully sprinkled with plenty summertime pleasure and play. While that is all good, you may be a little more tuckered out by the end of the day. Thank goodness the seasonal foods of summer are most often lighter, fresher, and much quicker to prepare. With summer fun in mind, I wanted to share with you six simple ..read more
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MUDDLED STRAWBERRY HIBISCUS SUN TEA
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
7M ago
MUDDLED STRAWBERRY HIBISCUS SUN TEA This fun summer sun tea is perfect for these hot days, keeping your hydration game strong, while enjoying summer flavors that pamper your palate. I used monk fruit to sweeten (but feel free to choose your favorite sweetener). Monk fruit has no after taste, and no blood sugar spikes, and works perfect when stirred into cold beverages! Hibiscus flowers: are full of antioxidants are high in vitamin C decrease inflammation support liver health lower blood pressure Watch my Instagram demo REEL HERE! GRAB THE RECIPE This is an OG favorite for me ..read more
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SIX HEALING VIRTUES FROM BALI
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
7M ago
I’ve spent the past few days settling back in at home after a beautiful and healing retreat week in Bali. I needed this retreat as much as my guests this year, and I declared a very clear and much needed retreat intention before I left.  To do some deep inner healing within my nervous system. This spring, I have been holding a lot of tension in my body. I could feel it deep in my cells and embedded in my nervous system. The state of the world combined with the ups and downs of being a human had left me with some residual stress and intense ..read more
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RIGOR OR REST?
Boulder Nutrition
by Sue Van Raes
8M ago
I write to you with a heavy heart this morning, after hearing of yet another mass shooting in Oklahoma.   With the state of the world in utter chaos, as well as navigating our own personal ups and downs, it can all feel like too much to bear. How we tend to ourselves is more important than ever.  That said, there are times within the cycles of our lives for rigor and there are times for rest. We may feel the energy, the fire, and the commitment to make necessary changes in our own lives to be of service, knowing there is much work to be done in this world ..read more
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