Springtime Recipe Round-Up

Go get busy in the kitchen this spring with these delicious spring recipes, featuring recipes made with asparagus, strawberries, apricots, rhubarb, beets, peas and assorted greens.

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Sensitivity, Tolerance & Resilience

Let’s face it, close to 100% of the global population is experiencing a common set of stressful circumstances right now. While the specific intensity of the stress differs based on a myriad of variables, the fundamentals are the same; concern for one’s own health or the health of loved ones and concern for economic prosperity…

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Green Smoothie Muffins

Do you love green smoothies but need a break from drinking your veggies? These muffins are loaded with nutrient-dense ingredients and sweetened with bananas and honey or maple syrup. If you’re already a green smoothie lover, you’re sure to fall in love with these muffins. As for those picky eaters in your life, this is…

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Health Focused or Disease Focused?

We certainly are going through interesting times where even the average person is getting exposed to so many aspects of the modern American “health care” system. Every day we see the heroic efforts of our doctors and nurses who are putting themselves in direct contact with a highly transmissible and potentially deadly virus. I think…

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Lemon Juice

Take advantage of fresh citrus to stock up on fresh juice.⠀⠀Ways to stock up on citrus: 🍋Squeeze 3-5 lemons into a mason jar to use throughout the week in your cooking. We do this every week as part of our meal-prep routine. 🍋Squeeze lemon juice into ice cube trays in 1-2 TBSP servings. Plop these…

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Green Pea Hummus

If you’re a hummus lover, pay attention because you’re going to love this recipe! Let’s dive in! The transition from winter to summer brings us longer and warmer days.  With the season change comes an abundance of green and many of our favorite veggies and fruit. Following the seasonal patterns of fresh produce will help…

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Message to our Community – COVID-19 Response

Along with all of you, we have been monitoring the ongoing situation regarding the novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 and the resulting respiratory illness COVID-19. The impact of the efforts to contain and slow the transmission of this disease vector is dramatically impacting virtually all aspects of our day-to-day life. We recognize that you have placed your…

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7 Simple Immune Boosting Solutions

There is a lot of fear and stress spreading around the world at the present time. The World Health Organization (WHO) has just recently declared coronavirus a global pandemic. The last thing we want to do is add to the media hysteria, but we feel it is important to share with our community several simple…

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Are Your Wires Crossed?

Isn’t slow internet frustrating? Several years ago, we had been limping along with slow internet at the office. Even though it bugged me on a daily basis, I knew that the solution would cost additional money and be a painful disruption to a system that was working, albeit not well.  In other words, I had…

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Dates

Who needs a date? Dates ripen and dry on the tree and the sun crystallizes the natural sugars, this makes dates the only “fresh” dried fruit. Why Eat Dates Dates are sometimes called nature’s candy but aside from their sweet gooeyness dates are also bursting with antioxidants, fiber, potassium, and other essential minerals. How to…

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