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Nov 26

Recipe: Paleo Infused Thanksgiving Smoothies

Nothing tastier than enjoying the flavors and produce of the season. This month I have been experimenting with some of the beloved Thanksgiving spices in my morning smoothie. Enjoy. Pumpkin Oat Protein Smoothie 1/3 cup puree pumpkin 1.5 cup raw spinach 1.5 cup chopped romaine lettuce 3 tsp cinnamon ½ teaspoon clove 1/8 tsp ginger …

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May 19

Smoothies!

If you have never tried a green smoothie, this recipe will be a good one to start with. Enjoy the flavor and more so, enjoy the health benefits. Use organic ingredients whenever possible. 2 large handfuls spinach leaves (2-3 cups) 3-4 large romaine lettuce leaves 1/2 avocado, peeled and pitted 1/2-1/3 peeled banana, you can …

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Dec 28

Concluding My 21 Day Cleanse

New to this site? This is one of 4 posts on my 21 Day Standard Process Purification experience. If you haven’t already, be sure to read the first 3 posts of this series. Prepping for My 21 Day Cleanse My recap of Week #1 on the Cleanse My recap of Week #2 on the Cleanse Now …

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Dec 18

Recap of Week #2 on the Cleanse

If you are new to this site, and interested to hear about the process of my 21 Day Standard Process Purification program, be sure to read: Prepping for My 21 Day Cleanse My recap of Week #1 on the Cleanse And now let’s jump into my thoughts on Week #2!  MEAL PLANNING: It’s great to …

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Dec 12

Recap of Week #1 on the Cleanse

Oh man, do I have an update… Last week I shared how I prepped for my upcoming Standard Process cleanse. This week I have a ton to share. Maybe a book’s worth, but I have tried my best to make this concise! The kick-off went smoothly, crediting batch cooking, organized smoothie recipes/ideas, and grocery shopping. …

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Nov 02

Hydration + Hot Yoga

I just wrapped up a call with a client and she openly shared she had only consumed 4 ounces of water yesterday by dinner time. This quickly reminded me that we often overlook the importance of hydrating, and easily knock it off the priority list. But 4 ounces, that is wild, and so little. On average, I …

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Jul 23

5 Foods We Should Be Eating Now

We are in the thick of summer, thank goodness. With one too many polar vortexes in my memory, it seems like the sunshine took longer to get to us this year. No doubt, with great temperatures, also comes awesome produce. A few of my favorites that are in peak season and on my plate include: …

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Feb 23

Just 19 Inches of Snow in 24 Hours

A few weeks ago we experienced Super Bowl 2015, but in Chicago, we had Super Bowl on-top of  a hefty snow storm. Record breaking actually, and somehow my insane (awesome) friends still made it to our party. However, being the hostess of the mostest wasn’t my priority (honestly I didn’t think people would show), but …

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Sep 16

My Superfood Superlist

When I first start working with clients, I look at what they are eating and assess if their meals and weekly intake is balanced. From there, I recommend things to remove/add to their routine, then address the quality of the ingredients they are eating, tweak their macronutrients to best, and most quickly, reach their goals …

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Aug 27

Foods I ALWAYS Have in My Freezer

Berries (always organic) – perfect for dessert with some full fat heavy whipping cream, or smoothies, added to a green smoothie. Seafood (wild, never farmed) – tilapia, salmon, halibut. shrimp Vegetables (likely broccoli) Breakfast Meat (sausage, bacon, canadian bacon) Grassfed Beef/Bison – ideal for burgers, spaghetti (squash) sauce, meatballs, stuffed peppers, tacos, chili, etc. Frozen …

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