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Healthy food tips

The Super Duper Cheap Way to Make Juice without a Juicer

Happy New Year! I don’t know about you, but I definitely indulged in a few sweets this holiday season. Our family is especially busy, since our oldest son’s birthday is December 19, and our wedding anniversary is December 21. Lots of reasons to party, lots of opportunities to eat sugar. And now I have lots of reasons to rest my poor immune system and do a gentle cleanse and reset. I’m not a fan of those fad juice cleanses where all I drink is cranberry juice for several  ...

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Quick and Healthy Keto-Friendly Vegan Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

This morning, around 12:30am, I submitted my manuscript to my publishers, and the process of turning my thoughts into a New York Times Bestseller has officially begun (that’s not quippy, that’s my goal – and it’s scary to actually write it out!). I reached out to some blogging friends of mine from the Billionaire Blog Club, asking for some guest posts to continue sharing awesome information with you all while I work on my book. Dan and Erika from Have Butter Will  ...

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10 Healthy Meal Planning Tips For The Whole Family

Guest Post by Peter Minkoff Whether you’re looking to eat healthier as a family, or just avoid going on a shopping binge every time you walk into a grocery store, meal planning can go a long way in helping you cut your costs, save time, and stay healthy. Let’s see what you can do to keep the process as simple as possible and check at least this one parental worry off your list! Plan to plan Much can go wrong if you constantly keep your meal-planning time flexible. Make a commitment to spend  ...

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How to Eat More Plants

Plant based diets are all the rage recently, and for good reason! Not only does a diet high in fruits and vegetables help with increasing your energy and clearing mental fog, but research is showing that going plant-focused can actually play a huge role in reversing chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. Thankfully, some medical professionals are reading the research and taking the time to not only educate themselves but also their patients, like Dr. Jami Dulaney in Florida and  ...

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