Granola is an easy breakfast cereal to make and always tastes better than store-bought. The almonds add a delicious crunch, lower blood sugar levels, reduce blood pressure, and lower cholesterol levels. Those benefits make them a great highlight for a healthy breakfast, compared to store-bought granolas and cereals which are often full of sugar. Served with plain yogurt and berries, this Pumpkin Seed and Almond Granola is a well-rounded meal with healthy fats, probiotics, and antioxidants. It can also be eaten as a snack to provide fuel during the day!
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Try our homemade Gatorade (we’ve dubbed it “Electrolade”), which is made with naturally occurring honey sugars as well as pure sea salt or Himalayan salt.
With just the right amount of spice and sweetness these homemade bars are easily prepared over the weekend to last you the entire week ahead.
This article is an excerpt from our full article on How To Offset The Carbon Footprint Of Your Flights, and shares only the equation to do so. The 747 Formula We’ve created the “7-4-7” formula (yes, a pun on the Boeing 747), which breaks your carbon offset into three categories, all of which have their […]
This Grilled Chicken Dragon Salad features an amazing array of colors, textures, and flavors. It’s quick, easy, healthy, and makes a lovely lunch or dinner with chicken as the source of protein, and plenty of veggies to support digestion, elimination, and satiation. Nutritional Powerhouse: Cabbage contains anthocyanins, which are naturally occurring antioxidants. Anthocyanins not only […]
Are you burned out? Or perhaps exhausted, fatigued, or just tired? What’s the difference and does it even matter? It can be tough to tell these conditions apart, as the symptoms overlap greatly, and even easier to brush off burnout as just feeling tired or in need of a vacation, but it’s important to stop […]
This Mother’s Day, we invite you to think of the word mother as a verb (“to mother”), versus a noun. Why? Mothering transcends the female–you’re mothered by anyone (or thing) who offers you acceptance, nourishment, instruction, and empowerment. By detaching motherhood from any particular person, you’ll begin to notice where you could personally use more […]
This is a quick and approachable dish that is excellent for a complete lunch or dinner. Taking just 45 minutes, but certainly not cutting any corners on flavor and nutrition, this recipe is a great one to make multiple times and experiment with, as it very adaptable—you could substitute the shrimp for chicken, or chickpeas […]
Humans have an insatiable curiosity — that’s one of many things that makes our species so special. However, the advent of highly-accessible air travel, where it often takes less than a day and $1,000 to place your body on the literal opposite side of the world, has quickly become the largest—by a vast margin—contribution individuals […]