Recipe

  1. Quick and Easy Protein Patty Bites Recipe
    02
    Jul

    Quick and Easy Protein Patty Bites Recipe

    I am all about quick and easy meals. Today I will be sharing a delicious recipe for Protein Patty Bites! This is a recipe that I have been making for years.

    As a single mother, I thrive on quick, convenient, easy meal options. Delicious and nutritious dinners for myself and my daughter are always the goal. I recommend these tasty protein patty bites for the perfect breakfast, lunch, snack, or dinner! I try to have some premade and stored in the freezer for those busy days when time is limited. The protein patty bites are great for on the go meals. I like to combine these yummy patties with salad, chopped veggies, mashed cauliflower, or side of sauteed greens. This recipe can easily be modified in several ways to meet your personal needs and tastes! I have used the base of the recipe to make a breakfast sausage like variation.

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  2. Homemade Hand Sanitizer DIY Recipe
    01
    Mar

    Homemade Hand Sanitizer DIY Recipe

    Visit us in store or online for our wide selection of essential oils, witch hazel and more!

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  3. Cookie Oat Bars Recipe

    Cookie Oat Bars Recipe

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  4. Healthy Smoothies
    01
    Oct

    Healthy Smoothies

    Smoothie can serve different purposes – it could be a fun way to blend a few fruits with your toddler, it’s a sneaky way to add hidden greens and vegetables into your family’s diet or a fast way to make a liquid meal on the go. It is super easy - just throw a few ingredients in a blander and there you have a delicious and nutritious drink.

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  5. Postpartum Collagen Energy Bites

    Collagen is the main protein in the vaginal canal and is a thin lining that separates the internal and external surfaces of the vagina. Collagen plays a role in supporting vaginal elasticity, and strengthening the pelvic floor and reproductive tract, which is important for birth. Collagen is not only needed during pregnancy to prevent stretch marks, but should be supplemented post pregnancy to replenish lost collagen during birth.

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  6. BCAA Coco-sicles
    01
    Aug

    BCAA Coco-sicles

    Berries are rich in antioxidants that are crucial for anyone, especially those who exercise. During exercising, whether it be weightlifting, spinning, or running, free radicals are created in the body. Free radicals are created due to the stress that is being put on the body during exercise.

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  7. Electrolytes: Why Your Body Needs Them
    01
    Jun

    Electrolytes: Why Your Body Needs Them

    Magnesium is one of my favourite minerals. Our bones readily take up magnesium at a high rate, so it’s no surprise that 60% of the magnesium in your body is found in your bones. Energy production, lactic acid removal, and immune function all rely on optimal magnesium intake. Athletes deficient in dietary magnesium intake may have a significant reduction in exercise performance when compared to their peers. Excessive alcohol intake, gastrointestinal problems, anorexia, and certain medications may predispose an individual to insufficient magnesium status.

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  8. Easy Meals for Moms!
    01
    May

    Easy Meals for Moms!

    All you do is pick your milk and any additions like fruit, nuts, chia seeds, nut butters, coconut and voila, in the morning you have a ready to go breakfast. It can also double as a quick lunch or dinner when you’re pressed for time.

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  9. Easter Made Health
    01
    Apr

    Easter Made Health

    Fats that are solid at room temperature can give food a crumbly texture.  They are called shorteners as they break down gluten into shorter strands hindering the formation of gluten (which would make the dough more stretchy) by preventing the flour from absorbing water.

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  10. Creamy Curried Cauliflower Soup
    01
    Mar

    Creamy Curried Cauliflower Soup

    Who can deny the joy of eating a warm, comforting bowl of soup on a cold winter’s day? The world can be a grey and stormy mess, but inside.. on your coach with a warm bowl of freshly made soup, there is peace. It’s a bonus when the soup is also packed full of vitamins and cancer fighting antioxidants. A part of the cruciferous vegetable family, cauliflower contains Sulforaphane, a molecule that you may have heard of regarding its anti-cancer affects.

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