6 Health Benefits of Broccoli
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by Elizabeth Rider
3d ago
Today we’re focusing on the nutritional powerhouse that is broccoli! I just love cooking with seasonal fruits and vegetables - which is why I wanna give you some tips about broccoli now that it's in season. Broccoli is an incredibly versatile vegetable that can be eaten cooked or raw. And it’s such an easy veggie to add to any meal. Let’s take a look at just how powerful this little green veggie can be! 1. It’s Packed with Nutrients Broccoli is packed with essential vitamins and minerals like vitamin C and potassium. It also contains fiber and protein, which makes it a great source of nutriti ..read more
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12 Easy Recipes To Try This Winter
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by Elizabeth Rider
4d ago
Are you looking for something fun and delicious to try this winter that won't take lots of time and effort? Look no further: these 12 easy recipes are the perfect solution. Whether you're in need of a cozy weeknight dinner, a comforting snack, or a special dessert to wow your friends and family - these quick-and-easy dishes are sure to satisfy everyone's cravings this season! So if you're ready to get cooking, read on for all the inspiration needed to whip up some tasty winter fare. Best-Ever Mulled Wine (For the Holidays!) Looking for an amazing holiday cocktail recipe to impress your fri ..read more
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Apple Cider Vinegar Salad Dressing
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by Elizabeth Rider
1w ago
This anti-inflammatory, super-nutritious apple cider vinegar salad dressing is not only healthy, but it’s also delicious. I like to call it the Self-Care Salad Dressing because it’s so good for you! Not only is it packed with good-for-you ingredients, but it’s also super tasty. I like it tossed with a big handful of mixed baby greens and a big handful of arugula. I mix a tablespoon or two with the greens and top it with a quarter of an avocado, and a few tablespoons of chopped raw nuts or seeds. It’s the ultimate nourishing salad that you’ll start to crave every day. Ingredients: Extra Virgi ..read more
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Top 9 Healing Foods (Save This List!)
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by Elizabeth Rider
2w ago
One of the things I love doing in the new year is looking at my current habits and seeing what nutritional changes I can make to eat healthier and take better care of my body. Eating food that is both healing and delicious actually has a huge effect on your mental health. That’s why today I want to dive into the importance of how food can help heal both your mind and body - here are the top 9 healing foods to help you heal in 2023! Once you pay attention to the work you put in for yourself, and your mental and physical healing journeys, you start to notice gaps that don’t fall under therapy ..read more
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Nourishing Brown Rice Salad Bowl (aka Self-Care Salad)
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by Elizabeth Rider
2w ago
If you’re looking for a delicious and nutritious way to kick off the new year, then look no further than this nourishing brown rice salad bowl recipe. I like to call this my "Self-Care Salad" because it's chock-full of nutritious ingredients that make it healthy, satisfying, and delicious. It's the perfect way to get some much-needed vitamins and minerals while still enjoying a tasty meal. Plus, it's super easy to make! So get ready to whip up this delicious dish and enjoy the benefits of healthy eating.  Ingredients Brown rice: You’ll need 1 cup of pre-cooked and cooled brown rice. Bro ..read more
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Why a Teaspoon of Honey Before Bed Helps You Sleep
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by Elizabeth Rider
3w ago
Are you wondering if it might be time to add a teaspoon of honey to your nighttime routine? Getting a good night’s sleep is essential for our overall health and well-being. But for many of us, getting enough restful sleep can be difficult. If you often find yourself waking up feeling groggy and unrested despite having gotten plenty of hours in bed, then a teaspoon of honey before bed might help. Recent studies suggest that having a teaspoon of honey before bed can help improve the quality of your sleep by aiding in the replenishment of liver glycogen. Let’s look at how this works...  1 ..read more
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Healthy Salad Dressing Recipes
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by Elizabeth Rider
3w ago
Healthy salad dressing recipes are easy to make and always delicious! Why make homemade salad dressing? You can use high-quality ingredients; many store-bought dressings contain cheap, unhealthy oils and additives Better flavor; you'll get the best flavor when you make your salad dressings at home, use ingredients like fresh lemon juice, good olive oil, good vinegar, and fresh herbs. Nothing beats the taste of fresh salad dressing! Serving size; you can make enough for just one salad, or whip up a batch to keep in the fridge. Improved health; you get to control the salt and reduce the amount ..read more
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30-Minute Taco Soup Recipe
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by Elizabeth Rider
3w ago
Make This Delicious Taco Soup in 30 Minutes or Less!  Who doesn't love a hearty, flavorful soup, especially during the winter months? I keep most of these ingredients in my fridge and pantry to whip up this easy homemade soup on days that I'm short on time. It has a great depth of flavor and tastes like it took hours.  This 30-Minute Taco Soup Recipe is the perfect solution for busy nights! It's easy to make, packed with flavor, and ready in just half an hour. Grab a big pot and let's get cooking!  Ingredients Extra virgin olive oil or avocado oil: I prefer to use heart-health ..read more
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5 Benefits of Butternut Squash
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by Nathalie Edward
3w ago
It's that time of year again—time for cozy sweaters and butternut squash! This nutrient-packed vegetable can be used in a variety of recipes and has huge health benefits. Butternut squash can be roasted, pureed, sautéed, or even used to make delicious soups. It's also packed with an abundance of health benefits that make it a must-have this fall season. Let’s take a look at some of the many ways butternut squash can benefit your health.  1. It's a Nutritional Powerhouse  Butternut squash contains vitamins A and C, potassium, fiber, and other minerals. A single cup of cooked squash c ..read more
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Ground Turkey Tacos
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by Elizabeth Rider
1M ago
Spice up Taco Tuesday with this Ground Turkey Taco Recipe!  This is hands-down my favorite way to make ground turkey tacos. They're fast, healthy, and taste just like traditional ground beef tacos. Plus, who doesn’t love tacos? They’re easy to make, highly customizable, and always delicious. Sometimes it’s fun to mix up the ingredients and try something new. Turkey tacos are a great way to switch up your dinner game. Packed with flavor and lean protein, this taco filling will be your new favorite. Let’s get cooking!   Ingredients Neutral oil: I like to use avocado oil. Its hig ..read more
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