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Baked pears make for a deliciously elegant dessert or snack. No need to add additional sugar to this already sweet fruit. Coated with cinnamon, cloves, butter, and lemon juice, this baked pear recipe is a must-try. The warm notes of cinnamon will fill your home when you bake these pears. A perfect fall and winter […]

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Cinnamon-Spiced Baked Pear (No Sugar Added)

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Shakshuka is a North African and Middle East style dish made with eggs poached in a tomato and bell pepper sauce and seasoned with paprika, cumin, and chili (or cayenne) powder. You can serve this for breakfast lunch or dinner. Shakshuka, also referred to as shakshouka or chakchouka is a fun and easy dish to […]


Shakshuka (Garnished with Fresh Herbs)

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Have you chosen your word of the year yet? If not, you need one asap. What is a word of the year and why do you need one? I was first introduced to this concept several years back when I started as a health coach. Instead of creating a New Year’s resolution which you may […]

How to Choose a Word of the Year and Why It Matters

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If you missed the viral Jennifer Aniston Salad moment that took over social media this summer, allow me to introduce it to you. Jennifer Aniston shared this salad recipe originally back in 2015 when doing an Instagram takeover for the Living Proof brand. It again made a reappearance in a TikTok video this summer. She […]

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Amazing Jennifer Aniston Salad (Quinoa Style)

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Pomegranate and mint flavored water is an easy way to liven up your drink. When you’re looking to stay hydrated, and satisfy your taste buds, flavored water is a great option. Plus, you don’t have to worry about all the chemical additives, sugar, etc. typically found in store-bought flavored water. Pomegranate and mint are a […]

Pomegranate and Mint Flavored Water

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This nourishing bean soup is full of vegetables and considered by many to be the national soup of Greece (known as Fasolatha). While dried beans are commonly used in this traditional soup, substituting canned beans will save you time. Enjoy this soup in 30 minutes or less! The next day leftovers are even better as […]

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Nourishing Vegetable and Bean Soup

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Roasted beets are delicious, easy, and full of wonderful nutrition. Their bright vibrant color makes for a beautiful side dish or main meal. And the best part is you don’t have to peel anything in this recipe either before baking or after. If you’re like me, I was never a fan of beets growing up. […]

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Delicious Oven Roasted Beets

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This butternut squash recipe for stew is simply the best! Made with fresh ingredients and simmered to perfection. Packed with plant-based protein. You can enjoy it as a vegetarian dish or add stew meat. When the cold weather hits, this butternut squash stew recipe is one of our favorite go-to’s. Stew is an easy, delicious […]

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Butternut Squash Recipe for Stew (Easy & Delicious!)

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Sautéed broccolini is a delicious, vibrant-green side dish that goes great with about anything. You can cook this vitamin-rich vegetable in 10-minutes. Known as broccoli’s cousin, broccolini is thinner, tastier, and requires little to no prep. This will become your new favorite green dish! What Is Broccolini? Broccolini is a cross between traditional broccoli and […]

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10-Minute Sautéed Broccolini

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This acorn squash recipe is baked until tender and topped with a delicious coating of butter (or olive oil), brown sugar, and maple syrup. A wonderful, warm aroma fills the kitchen when baking this recipe with acorn squash. It’s a must try in the fall when winter squash is at its peak. This dish is […]

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Baked Acorn Squash Recipe