Category: Recipes

Fall for this gluten-free & dairy-free squash pasta!

Fall is upon us and you know what that means…winter squash is abundant! And what better way to spruce up a pasta than with squash? Don’t you love an el dente pasta with a creamy sauce? Well guess what? This dish has all the pasta-ness that you love as well as the creaminess yet it’s gluten-free […]

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3-Step Immune Boosting Magical Health Elixir!

It’s hard for many of us to kick our copious coffee or tea drinking habit to the curb. Here’s a super simple, clean Green Tea alternative to keep your energy up and boosted throughout your coaching day with no spikes or crashes. Plus, it has the added benefits of fresh ginger and turmeric, which are […]

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BHC Grad Christine's Guilt-Free Sweet Potato Brownies

These non-traditional brownies are a healthy, sweet treat with no refined sugar! Filled with the healthy nutrients of Vitamin A, Vitamin C, manganese, potassium, niacin, phosphorus, copper, pantothenic acid and vitamin B6, B2 and B1, you can enjoy this guilt-free! Ingredients: (Makes 2 servings) 1/2 cooked sweet potato 2 T cocoa powder 2 T almond […]

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Eat Mother Nature's Rainbow Colors!

June is National Fresh Fruit & Vegetables Month so let’s celebrate Mother Nature’s rainbow colored abundance! When it comes to eating fruit and veg, one of the most important things to remember—other than doing your damndest to eat seasonally and, if possible, locally—is to eat a wide variety of colors! Why is this so important? […]

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SuperFood Seaweed Recipe To Keep Leprechauns At Bay

We all know greens are helluva good for you. But today, how about thinking outside the usual green box of spinach, kale, green peas, avocado, and cucumber and considering adding a little something different to the mix? For most people eating sea veggies is so new and unfamiliar that it’s hard to know where to […]

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Anything But Dull, Dal.

Dal is a renowned Indian dish made with dried pulses such as lentils, peas or beans. To that you add as many or as little spices as you like. Plus, you can even throw in tomatoes or unripe mangoes to sweeten your dal.

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Oats So Easy!

Does breakfast really need to be a crazy scramble? Or an elaborate feast? During winter we crave something simple, comforting, hearty, warming, and filling to start the day. As Health Coaches we know better than to reach for that quick fix of packaged cereals that are full of added sugar and grains depleted of their […]

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This Chicken Soup Really Is Soul Food

It’s no small matter that chicken soup is labeled soup for the soul because once you taste this one, you’ll feel your nervous system relaxing, your digestive system smiling and your whole body saying YES to the nourishment. It’s that good! This simple, easy, non-oily chicken soup has its roots in roots! There is no […]

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Warm Belly Squash Stew-Soup Recipe

Holiday stews and soups don’t need to be made with dairy and flour or some béchamel variation and thickened with cornstarch or heavy cream to appear tasty while making your stomach churn. This dairy-free, hearty, seasonal soup, which is part stew and part soup, is ideal around Halloween as the weather drops and you start […]

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