The Art of Eating Real Food

Eat real food. Not too much. Mostly plants. - Michael Pollan Sounds easy enough, right? I completely understand that this isn't always the case. First rule, don't beat yourself up over your food choices. You're simply doing the best you can. We've got a lot of obstacles to navigate our way around in this modern day world: limited ...

Vitamin Green Soup

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Overview This soup will cure what ails ya. It's mean and it's definitely green. Ingredients a few Tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil, plus more for garnish 2 large yellow onions, chopped 1 teaspoon sea salt, divided 2 tablespoons, plus 3 cups water, divided 1 large bunch kale 14 cups gently packed spinach 4 cups organic vegetable broth Big ...

Oh, Sugar. How It’s Just Clogging Your Arteries

Wave goodbye to the fat-free era. I think it really might be put to rest. This is good news in my books, because increasing our dietary fat can actually help us loose the taste and cravings for all those tempting processed, non-foods (which seems to be what's clogging our arteries in the first place).   The fat ...

Healing Bone Fractures w. Food, Herbs+Spices

Healing a bone from a fracture, or break can be a frustrating one. It's a waiting game and you must be patient, as bone's take time to "knit" themselves back together. There's good news too! Nutritionally there is so much you can do to give yourself an advantage in the healing process. Here are a ...

Herbal Iron Elixir

Iron is lost by the body through a variety of ways including: urination, perspiration and exfoliating of old skin cells - like when you're dry brushing. Bleeding contributes to further loss of iron which is why women tend of have a higher demand for iron than men. Since our bodies can’t produce iron itself, we need to make sure ...

Ain’t No Flu Bugs On Me Juice

Keep those bad bugs at bay with incredibly powerful food medicine, such as the ingredients in this fresh, pressed juice. Ingredients 2 big handfuls of fresh, organic kale 1 small cucumber *only if organic, or in season* 2 - 3 stalks celery 1 green apple 1  2" pc. ginger root, peeled 1 - 2 garlic cloves ...

Free to Range {Eggs}

If it was up to them, chickens would forage for grass and seeds, and supplement their diet with hearty portions of insects and earthworms. They would choose to wonder happily in the dirt and sunlight. Pasturing is the traditional method of raising egg-laying hens. It's ecologically sustainable, humane and produces the tastiest, most nutritious eggs. However, the ...