About Us. With every journey, there’s always a beginning… Ours began on a playground in Studio City, California.
We were first-time moms in the same play group and loved having the support of other mamas. Over the years, our lives got busier and we moved across country from each other. We had more kids, our days got shorter and more chaotic, and our meals got quicker and less healthy. It got to a place where we both felt like all the energy had been sucked out of our bodies, yet we still had to get up, get dressed, take care of our kids and survive the long day. We needed a lot more energy than our bodies seemed capable of—we were experiencing the effects of the Standard American Diet (SAD).
That’s when we went from being exhausted and defeated—to being energized and empowered. The more we drank green smoothies… the more fruits and veggies our bodies craved. With the results we were getting, we knew we couldn’t keep our recipes to ourselves. And it all starts with Simple Green Smoothies. 1. 2. 3. Shakes Recipes - Healthy Shake Recipes - Diet Shake Recipes - Indian Shake Recipe. Smoothie Recipes : Fruit Smoothies Recipe: Healthy Smoothies.
Fruit & Green Smoothie Recipes. Flu-Buster Clementine Creamsicle Smoothie. I’ve been playing nurse for the past few days, doing my best to help Eric beat his flu (and not catch it myself!).
We’ve been eating lots of healthy dinner leftovers like Spicy Rainbow Rice & Bean Salad, Ultimate Vegan Lentil Walnut Loaf, Creamy Tomato Barley Risotto, and Back on Track Wheat Berry and Bean Salad, sure to give any cold a run for its money. I also decided to pull out my Winter Flu-Buster Secret Weapon this week… Ah Clementine’s, the perfect winter fruit to ward off a cold, don’t you think? Eric and I have been eating these juicy little delights non-stop, but when he started to feel like he was getting a fever, all he wanted was something COLD to soothe his throat and help his body cool down.
I started thinking about packing vitamin C into a delicious smoothie and then it hit me – Why not make a smoothie based off of one of our favourite childhood popsicles- the Creamsicle? Yes, this just may work. 20 Summer Smoothie Recipes. By kathypatalsky | rainbow of vegan smoothies It’s hot and you’re thirsty – so I’m serving up 20 Summer Smoothie Recipes!
These are my favorite blends. From frosty pink pomegranate smoothies to deep purple acai smoothies. I have all the colors of the rainbow covered in this one! Magical milk shakes - Healthy Milk Shakes and Smoothies. Your passion for healthy living brought you here - let's keep talking!
Foods to Fuel Your Body Magical milk shakes. Stacy Stowers. There’s a very good reason why it’s called the Happy Shake!
Though this creamy blend tastes like a delicious dessert, it’s chock-full of spinach, berries and super happy foods, like raw chocolate and maca. The Happy Shake is a meal replacement. It’s a key place to start when trying to lose excess weight, increase energy levels, and get healthier and happier. Before you get started, keep in mind the Happy Shake is more about technique than anything else.
You can take these same ingredients, throw them into a blender and get a glass full of lawn clippings. Ingredients: 1/2 cup water 3-4 cups spinach 1 Tbs. coconut oil 1 Tbs. raw maca powder 2 Tbs. raw cacao powder 1 cup FROZEN blueberries 3/4 cup FROZEN cherries 1/4 cup FROZEN banana Optional: a little raw honey for those who like extra sweetness Optional: 3 ice cubes or a small handful of ice for those hot humid days In your Vitamix or blender start with: 1. 2. 3.
I have to say, in my experience, I have never met a bad egg. 4 . 5. 6. 7. Pineapple ginger smoothie. So, my mom just bought her first jar of coconut oil this month, and I have had a blast (a little too enthusiastically) explaining the hundreds of ways that you can use it.
I mean, just yesterday we had a very deep conversation about oil pulling as I was walking through the produce section at Costco. No one gave me weird looks at all… But amongst the thousands of recipes out there using coconut oil, I think I have discovered a new favorite. It began with a craving for biscuits, and a bag of self-rising flour that I needed to use up, and an old 3-ingredient recipe that used to call for shortening. Nowadays, anytime I see shortening, it’s like the recipe is just begging me to try substituting in some coconut oil to see if it works.