Triple Ginger Cookies

If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Attention all ginger lovers, I’ve got a healthy cookie just for you! I created these triple ginger cookies quite by accident one day whilst fiddling around in the kitchen trying to make myself a healthy ‘treat’. The sweet tooth had [...]

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Whole Home Water Filtration Giveaway

If the water that we drink and bathe in is not as pure and free of contaminants as possible, our health, including our mental health, will be compromised. As a Nutritional Therapist, one of my main goals is to educate my clients on the importance of pure filtered water. Tap and municipal water is far [...]

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DIY ‘Kool-Aid’

by lydia on April 18, 2014

Herbal Tea - DIY Kool-Aid

One of the biggest health mistakes most people make is simply what they choose to drink. Soda, juice, sweetened teas, ‘fruit’ beverages and the list could go on. Everywhere I go I see people chugging down large bottles of brightly colored liquid. Everyone from small children to old folks alike. Sadly, these drinks are in [...]

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Budget-Friendly, Veggie-Heavy Beef Stew

Eating healthy on a budget is totally doable, even if you think it’s not. For some reason there is a common mindset that it’s too expensive to eat real, healthy food without breaking the bank. I’m here to tell you that is a myth. Can you really eat expensive grass-fed meat and stay on a [...]

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Gluten-Free Wafflies

The gluten-free lifestyle is one that certainly takes some getting used to. I’ve been gluten-free for 4 years and I’ve only just now perfected several gluten-free waffle recipes. Initially, I didn’t bake much when I went gluten-free. I ate very low carbs in general and felt quite overwhelmed by taking on the grandiose task of [...]

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Soothe Your Soul with a Rooibos Chai

by lydia on April 14, 2014

Rooibos Chai

Soothe your soul, while enjoying the spicy warmth of a Rooibos Chai. Rooibos is a naturally caffeine free red tea originally from South Africa.  Read more about Rooibos Tea here. No known side effects safe for people of all ages. Some studies now show that rooibos tea my protect against cancer. That’s reason enough for [...]

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A Healthy Gluten-Free Easter Menu

by lydia on April 13, 2014

Gluten-Free Easter Menu

Easter is just around the corner, do you have your menu planned yet? Today, I’m sharing some recipes just in case you are on the look-out for some healthy gluten-free recipes for your Easter Menu.   Honey Baked Ham Deviled Eggs or Curried Deviled Eggs Potato Salad Radish & Pea Salad Verde Saute Homemade Macaroni [...]

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Gluten-Free Family Meal Plan

by lydia on April 12, 2014

Gluten-Free Family Meal Plan

I’m back to share another one of my family meal plans. This gluten-free spring meal plan reflects one week for my family of 5. This coming week is our spring break, so things will be a little bit different than usual. No school lunches to pack (yay), so I’ll be making bigger breakfasts so that [...]

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Nourishing School Lunches, On A Budget

by lydia on April 7, 2014

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Creating nourishing lunches is probably one of my biggest struggles. In part due to the challenge of making them healthy while also on a budget. I suspect I am not alone in this challenge. If you are also struggling to get your kids out the door in the morning with a nourishing lunch in hand [...]

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Gluten-Free Spring Meal Plan

by lydia on April 5, 2014

Gluten-Free Spring Meal Plan

I’m back to share another one of my family meal plans.  This gluten-free spring meal plan reflects one week for my family of 5. I will simply include my own lunches (not the kids lunches). For breakfast, I’ll include the boys breakfast and my breakfast when it’s different from what the boys eat.  I’m only [...]

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