4 Ways to Get More Greens in Winter

4 Ways to Get More Greens in Winter

With winter here, hearty foods with belly-warming qualities – potatoes, squash, cooked vegetables and heavier protein dishes like chicken and turkey – are what we crave. There’s just something about a filling or spicy meal, like curry or soup, that’s ...
Gluten-Free Gingerbread Granola

Gluten-Free Gingerbread Granola

Superfoods, unite! And that they do in this crunchy granola mix. From beet powder to quinoa, you’ll find everything but the kitchen sink in your breakfast bowl. If the energizing colors aren’t enough to wake you up, the combined powers of these nutri ...
Dark Chocolate Superfood Bark

Dark Chocolate Superfood Bark

Eating bark may not sound appetizing, but it’s a different story when your “bark” is made from dark chocolate, almonds, sprouted pumpkin seeds, coconut, Goji berries and a sprinkling of cinnamon. This superfood bark is the perfect p ...
Blueberry-Banana Protein Smoothie

Blueberry-Banana Protein Smoothie

Add-ins really make a smoothie, both in terms of taste and customized nutrition. Craving something sweet and need protein? Nut butters do the trick. Feeling nutty and want omega-3’s? Pour in chia or hemp seeds. Fruit – especially berries – is fulfill ...
Gourmet Peach Tea Smoothie

Gourmet Peach Tea Smoothie

Teatime takes on new meaning when what’s in the kettle is cooled and blended with healthy ingredients for a creamy, elegant smoothie. Maybe you’ve had an iced matcha or chai latte, but this tea smoothie has fresh fruit appeal. Light and slightly swee ...
Green Tea Protein Latte

Green Tea Protein Latte

Matcha is a type of green tea that’s ground into a fine, brightly colored powder. You may have been introduced to matcha at your favorite Japanese restaurant, where they serve green tea ice cream as an après-sushi treat. Though delicious as dessert, ...
5 Reasons to Get Passionate About Papaya

5 Reasons to Get Passionate About Papaya

Papaya is an orange, oblong fruit with a sweet flavor and a buttery texture. Christopher Columbus referred to papaya as the “fruit of the angels.” Considering all of the fruit’s nutritional benefits, we’d have to agree that p ...