When hunger spikes and energy dips, it’s easy to reach for sugary snacks with little nutritional value. Lucky for us, there are better options with real nutrition. Primal Kitchen Coconut Cashew Bars offer plenty of protein and fiber (and taste) to satisfy those sweet and crunchy cravings, and we can all get a free box […]
There’s something so comforting about peanut butter (and whatever you pair it with, if anything). The natural peanut butter I most love, though, is a step above comforting—it has happily married taste and quality like no nut butter I’ve ever found in the grocery store.
Good food supports a good mood. Sweetened with Nature’s candy and made with love, these healthy oatmeal recipes embrace the definition of feel-good, do-good food. Whether you’re longing for a hearty breakfast or craving some comfort, you’ll find a happy mix of many things to love in the recipes that follow.
I’ve recently become acquainted with Really Raw honey, which has undoubtedly become a favorite sweet pick-me-up. The award-winning flavor, heavenly aroma, crunchy cappings, and nutritious qualities has led me to the conclusion that this as the best raw honey I’ve ever tried.
Thrive Market (my favorite place to buy good food online) is giving away a free jar of Justin’s Almond Butter to new members. It’s a wonderful opportunity to try this healthy nut butter, and the flavorful almond butter recipes that will likely follow.
Today’s post takes a more lighthearted approach to taking care of ourselves. Your body is an amazing gift, and this collection of healthy smoothie recipes will hopefully inspire you to, as Hippocrates once said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
Whether you’re Irish or Irish-at-heart, St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect day to sip on something green. This shamrock shake recipe is amazing and has all the creamy green goodness that you could ever want in a glass.
Life is better with cookies, and when it’s these two-ingredient banana oatmeal cookies, life is sweet. Happiness definitely is homemade.
Foods that positively influence your mental health are the foods that make you happy. Incorporate more of these happy foods into your diet and you’ll experience a mental-health upswing in a matter of weeks, if not days.
Turning to junk food when we’re stressed out is easy, but it’s also counterproductive and leads us into a downward stress spiral. Try incorporating these foods for stress relief into your diet, and spark a positive, upward spiral.