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Dairy Alternatives that Give You Calcium

Attention has been refocused on plant-based, calcium-containing foods, and also on the popular and growing group of non-dairy alternatives that in some cases can provide as much as 50% more calcium per serving than a glass of milk... yes, that’s right, more calcium than milk! Learn more.

The Best Vegan Potato Salad

Introducing The Best Vegan Potato Salad; Its creamy, flavorful, tangy and sweet.

Triple Berry Oat Smoothie

Warm oatmeal is a delicious and nutritious breakfast during those cold winter months. But what about during those warmer months? Adding raw oatmeal, with fruit and seeds is a perfect way to start your morning; filled with protein and antioxidants.

Piña Kale-ada Smoothie

The sun is shining, birds are singing and the flowers are finally blooming! Why not harness this energy, ride the wave and try something new? This delicious green smoothie will give you all the energy you need for busy days!

Strawberry Coconut Avocado Smoothie

Have a Mexican Fiesta with this delicious, immune-boosting and nutritious smoothie! Olé!

Blueberry & Mango Superfood Smoothie

This smoothie is loaded with superfoods including chia seeds, goji berries, spinach and blueberries that are all rich sources of phytonutrients (plant-based nutrients), fiber, and antioxidants. It's also a good source of healthy fat and protein thanks to the hemp, chia, and flaxseeds.

A Smoothie to Help You Kick the Candy to the Curb

Craving something sweet? This is the smoothie for you! Due to all of the fiber-full fruits and veggies, this smoothie is nice and sweet!

Berry Oats & Goji Spring Smoothie

This refreshing spring smoothie is light, tasty and packed with nutrients, antioxidants, protein and fiber! his smoothie makes for a great breakfast, or post-workout recovery drink as it provides extra protein and carbohydrates for muscle repair.

Nutty Bunny Smoothie

Looking for that extra glow for your skin? One word: carrots. This smoothie is stacked with carrots which contains beta carotene. What does this have to do with your skin? This is converted to vitamin A inside the body which helps repair skin tissue and protect from sun damage.