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I have been loving this salad. This last week has been beautiful in Seattle. The sunshine and warm weather have me craving light, raw and fresh fruits and veggies. This salad combines loads of greens, crisp veggies, nuts, fruit and more to make a totally...

Super foods are a special category of foods found in nature. What makes them so super? They are known to be low in calories but are high in nutrients. Often times referred to as nutrient dense, super foods are the opposite of an empty calorie....

I love grapefruit—the harmony of tangy and sweet tastes that burst forth with each bite. However, I rarely eat raw grapefruit. It upsets my fiery nature. I eat it and I immediately begin to sweat. Weird, I know, but true. As you know its cleansing...

Lately, I have been getting bored with my morning breakfast routine so I started exploring new options.  At the same time I am beginning to prepare for my spring cleanse and am moving away from from certain foods. Chia seeds make a delicious breakfast pudding...

Green smoothies are one of my favorite ways to enjoy organic fruits and veggies. When you drink smoothies, your body can easily digest all the nutrients with less energy and still get the benefit of the fiber. Keep it simple by blending just one or...

It’s that time again. The end of the work week and time to celebrate the joys of the last seven days. Friday’s love is a space to share three things we are digging that feed our bodies, minds and souls. 1. Sweet Potato Hummus. I came across this recipe are few weeks ago in Whole Living Magazine. Loved it. I find it tastes a little better if you roast the sweet potatoes instead of steaming them, use a little more olive oil to thin it out and serve with beet or parsnip chips. Yum.