Can you offer some tips on how to stay healthy during the holidays?
For most of us, the holidays are a time where our hearts are full, our houses are cozy, but our healthy diets are running away screaming. With rich temptations around every corner, ‘tis the season of sweatpants for a reason. (more…)
Besides smoothies, how do I use protein powders?
Protein powders have rapidly become one of the top-selling products in grocery and health food stores alike. Their popularity is universal amongst all kinds of various diets, such as plant-based, paleo, gluten-free, or low glycemic. Plus, there are ever-increasing varieties of these powders to choose from: Some protein powders are made entirely from plants like peas and rice, while others are made from animal products like (more…)
by Heather Anderson, Guest Blogger
December 1, 2016
Although Arizona is only about 400 miles from Utah to Mexico there is a footpath–The Arizona National Scenic Trail (AZT)–that manages to double that mileage while covering the same distance. The Arizona Trail is much less known than trails such as the Appalachian and Pacific Crest National Scenic Trails, however, it is also far more remote, and far from flat. It covers incredible diversity and desert wilderness ranging from the Sky Islands to Sonoran Desert, the Mogollon Rim to the Grand Canyon and Kaibab Plateau. (more…)
What are some of the best plant-based sources of iron?
Even if you’ve never been to kitchen stadium, don’t let that stop you from being an iron chef: iron is a mineral you definitely want include on a regular basis in your recipes and meals! Iron is absolutely essential to the body because it’s a key component of (more…)
What are the best superfoods for making superfood soups?
Ah yes, superfood soups! One of my personal favorite subjects, for several reasons: one, it’s SOUP (quite possibly the best food ever); two, superfood soups are full of SUPERFOODS, which as you’ve probably noticed is kind of our thing around here; and three, (more…)
How can I incorporate the fall colors into the foods that I eat?
For many of us, there is no season quite as stunning as fall. Sure, spring is pretty, summer is fun, and winter is cozy, but fall is downright breathtaking. The crisp weather, clear skies, long shadows, and dramatically colored leaves make fall a creatively inspiring season, full of romance and reflection. (more…)
Is frozen food as healthy as fresh food?
Many of us buy frozen food regularly, for all kinds of applications – be it a quick dinner, or a frosty smoothie. And yet frozen food is often linked with a less than stellar reputation: an assumption that this “packaged” variety of food is is never as healthy as fresh. (more…)
How can I make Halloween a little healthier for the kids?
I remember when I first got into healthy food, I found myself drawing a line at Halloween. “It’s Halloween,” I said. “This is no time for dietary dogma.” And into the giant bag of fun size candy I descended. (more…)
If you look at enough superfood recipes around this time of year, you may notice an unexpected reoccurring theme: lucuma powder. I can affirm: this sweet South American fruit powder gets moved to the very front of my kitchen cabinet in the fall and winter, because I find myself always wanting to use it. Here’s why I consider lucuma an absolute staple for the fall: (more…)
An interview with Sarah S. aka "Miss Whisk", Navitas Insider
October 12, 2016
Healthy, artful and whimsical are three words that can describe the recipes that Navitas Insider Sarah S. aka "Miss Whisk" creates on the daily and publishes on her blog A Whisk and Two Wands. From smoothie bowls to spiralized salads, Miss Whisk never disappoints with her creative, (mostly) gluten free and plant-based culinary creations. We recently had a chance to catch up with Sarah to find out what inspires her to create these delicious and wholesome recipes that we have been swooning over for many years. (more…)
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