From the monthly archives:

March 2010

Why WATER should be a top priority for your health

I have been planning this post on water for some time and decided that since today is World water day it would be the perfect day to publish my thoughts on water. “Each year, World Water Day highlights a specific aspect of freshwater. The 2010 theme is water quality, aiming to raise quality as a […]

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Spanish Bean Salad & the benefits of cayenne pepper

This recipe gets me soooo jazzed cuz it’s one of those ones that you can enjoy for a couple days and never tire of.  It makes a nice generous portion for a group or for a few meals.  What I also get excited about is the fact that my 4 year old daughter, Amelia, has […]

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Following your Passion Alkalizes your body

There’s nothing that will create more acidity in your body than stress.  And stress that is present everyday is the worst kind as it doesn’t allow your body any recovery time.  This is a recipe for disaster–terrible diseases can anchor themselves within the body making it difficult to reverse them.  Wouldn’t you think that disliking […]

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Broccoli Quinoa Salad…. to go!

I always feel so good when I pack a lunch cuz I know it’s the healthiest thing I can eat since I’ve made it with the best ingredients possible.  I am not left guessing what’s in my lunch like I am when I end up having to eat out.  To make it easier to accomplish […]

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