Back to school means it’s time to Reboot your lunchbox! Not only for the kids, but you can upgrade yours too to make it easy to eat healthy (for cheap) all week long. Find out how with these helpful tips.
A few months back, butter made the cover of Time magazine. This once demonized ingredient thought to be at the root of our drastic rise in heart disease and other illnesses, is in comparison to other culprits, like margarine, being redeemed as not so bad after all. In other words, less of something real is better for you than more (or frankly, any) of something fake. Read on to reconsider how you sit down to your next meal.
Load up on your vitamin C with this refreshing smoothie recipe! Nope, it doesn’t have oranges in it. Kiwi has twice the amount of vitamin C as an orange. Get the recipe and give this mouthwatering smoothie a try.
I remember those crazy nights hanging out at the beach… kicking back some shots! My how my “fun times” have certainly changed with age! Instead of mind numbing tequila, energizing ginger and wheatgrass have taken over, and I’m all the healthier for it. Try these 6 shots that won’t leave you feeling hungover.
When we see “natural” we think the food is nutritionally superior; free of hormones, additives, artificial ingredients, preservatives, GMOs, colors, etc. And a great choice for someone pursing a healthy lifestyle or for growing kids. Sadly, this isn’t actually the case.
I just learned about the coolest thing, Maple Water. That’s right. Pure maple sap from a maple tree that provides an abundance of electrolytes with minimal sugar and a sweet taste. For any juicers out there who aren’t big fans of coconut water this is a new liquid to try. It also tastes fantastic in this smoothie with mango and carrots. Enjoy the recipe!
Looking for a refreshing juice that’s low in carbohydrates but rich in nutrients? If you have diabetes, high blood sugar, pre-diabetes, or are simply looking to cut down even on natural sweets this juice is for you.
On warm, sunny summer days I love throwing together quick and easy salads. Packed with protein that helps to support a healthy immune system and fiber to control hunger, blood sugar stability and give you plenty of energy, this salad is a new favorite. Enjoy the simple and nutritious recipe.
With nearly 200 Rebooters at Camp Reboot last week, there was a nice mix of people who have Rebooted before, those who were currently on a long Reboot, or many who were Rebooting for the first time and Camp Reboot was their kickstart to a new, healthy life. I was able to spend a lot of time with these new Rebooters and they all had a few common questions. Reflecting on my experience I wanted to share the top 5 nutrition questions that I heard throughout the week, because I’m sure many new and old Rebooters have similar questions.
Joint pain and inflammation are common ailments that can impact everyday life. Aches and pains, limited mobility, not getting to enjoy running around with your kids or participating in sports with friends or just getting out of bed in the morning can really hinder day to day experiences. Certain fruits, vegetables and other plant foods, like the ones in this juice, contain natural phytonutrient compounds with anti-inflammatory actions.