Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember and thank our veterans and the men and women in our military today for serving and protecting our country. It’s also a time for picnics, barbecues and LOTS of food and drinks! This holiday weekend celebrate by sharing a healthy, refreshing slush packed with brightly colored phytonutrients full of antioxidants and energy boosting, hydrating compounds.
I enjoyed a wonderful Mother’s Day this past weekend with my family on our annual hike in Gloucester, MA. Even though our morning hike got rained out, these Granola Smart Hearts were a delicious afternoon treat shared with friends at the neighborhood playground — everyone loved them! Get the recipe.
How did you celebrate Cinco de Mayo? I decided to put a healthy and spicy spin on the traditional Mexican drink, Horchata, that is typically made with rice and milk. The results? A delicious, rich and chocolatey smoothie that will be tasty all year round.
Brighten up your Meatless Monday with these flavorful and easy to make stuffed peppers. They are power-packed with plant protein from quinoa and black beans and loaded with nutrients from all of the added veggies.
Drink up the sun’s rays with this fresh, fast and simple juice that’s sure to please the whole family (my 2 sons snagged all the juice after our photo shoot!). Full of nutrients that promote glowing skin like vitamin C rich oranges and beta-carotene packed carrots, this juice may also help ease inflammation related arthritis symptoms.
In the Reboot Kitchen: Pineapple Green Juice Rating: (8 votes, average: 4.38 out of 5)Login to rate this recipe – Not a member? Join TodayPrep Time: 5 minutesCook Time: 5 minutesTotal Time: 10 minutes Yield: 1Serving Size: 16 oz. (500 mls) Schema/Recipe SEO Data Markup by ZipList Recipe Plugin2.0 My 3 year old son, Dillon, picked out the ingredients for today’s juice. While next week marks the 2 year anniversary of the premier of Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead, it is nearly the 4 year anniversary of the very first screening of Joe Cross’ life changing film. In early summer of 2009 my husband, parents and I went to the Tribeca Hotel in New York City, not knowing what to ... Continue
It’s hard to believe the two year anniversary of Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead’s NYC premier is here! Being part of Joe Cross’ amazing film has been one of the best experiences of my life. With friends & family in tow, we watched as this inspirational documentary hit the big screen. One of my favorite parts of the special evening was getting to hear The Kin play “Take in the Sunlight” live. You can “take in the sunlight” with this bright and refreshing smoothie. I’ll raise my smoothie glass to many more great years together with Team Reboot!
Skip the high sugar corn syrup and artificial colors found in classic “SunnyD” type drinks and opt for a fresh juice that’s sweetly all natural. We call it SunnyG, thanks to the ginger. Drink in the spring sunshine with this vibrant juice.
Brighten up your Easter basket with this vibrant, nutrient rich smoothie! It’s packed with light and fresh spring flavors and potent anti-inflammatory compounds, like bromelain from pineapple and omega-3s from chia seeds and hemp hearts. The chia seeds and hemp hearts also lend extra protein to boost energy levels.
Up the nutrient intake at this year’s Sedar and include fresh juice to celebrate this tradition! Not only is this Passover Purple Juice bursting with flavor it also boasts potent phytonutrients like the antioxidant anthocyanin, linked with helping to reduce cancer risk, inflammation, age-related memory loss and cognitive function. Blackberries even have a higher ORAC score, a measure of antioxidant status, than blueberries! (Although all berries are a great source of antioxidants).