Winter squash are one of the many reasons to love the season. They provide plenty of antioxidants, beneficial plant compounds and winter-specific nutrients such as vitamin A, which helps us to fight viral infections.
They are high in carotenoids, which are specialized compounds that support respiratory health for the winter months and have shown to protect against certain types of cancer. These squashes are also an excellent source of vitamins A, C, B1, folic acid, potassium and fiber.
Oregano has been around for thousands of years for its wonderful medicinal properties and uses in the kitchen and there are many reasons it's still around today. Here are its many benefits.
Here's a 12-page PDF that's filled with vibrant, healthy, plant-based green recipes that get you through your morning, afternoon and all the way through dessert. Yes, even desserts can be green and healthy!
If you love coffee and caffeine-rich beverages, there's likely been a time when you've had too much and you feel zapped. Here are ways you can get a little buzz and energy without relying on your third cup of joe.
Velvety, smooth, delicious just like a Red Velvet Cupcake. What's the catch? This juice is extremely healthy and nutritious!
This mighty juice has a zesty yet refreshing flavor and is packed with easy-to-find ingredients that you may already have in your refrigerator, or even in your garden.
This juice can be enjoyed at any time as it's packed with vitamin C and beta-carotene in the orange, lemon and carrot. The beet in the juice is great for boosting exercise performance and antioxidants so is great to drink before exercising.