By Dana Yarn, RDLD Spring is here! The air is thick, your car may be yellow and worse yet your eyes and throat could be itchy. Rather then taking a over the counter allergy medication, try supplementing with probiotics to build up the integrity
Ingredients: ½ cup dark chocolate chips 1 ½ tsp coconut oil 1 egg white ¼ cup raw honey 2 tsp pure vanilla extract pinch of sea salt egg mold Directions: 1. Put your honey in a small pot over medium low heat. Bring
Ingredients 2 cups unsweetened almond or coconut milk ½ banana 1 cup frozen strawberries 1 cup frozen pineapple Vanilla Greek yogurt (coconut yogurt if dairy intolerance) Dark chocolate chips, raspberry and a marshmallow (organic
By Dana Yarn, RDLDCooking healthy does not have to be bland, using flavor enhancers like the below herbs and spices instead of excessive salt, butter, or oil will not only keep meals interesting but they have numerous health
Ingredients: 1 lb. Blue Ribbon Foods Chicken Thighs 1 Tbsp. homemade taco seasoning ½ cup salsa Taco Seasoning: 1 Tbsp. dried onion 2 tsp. chili powder 1 tsp. crushed red pepper 1 tsp. dried garlic ½ tsp. cumin 1 tsp.
Ingredients: 4 Blue Ribbon Foods tilapia fillets (or you could use chicken if you are not a fish person) Season combo (garlic powder, sea salt, and pepper) 1-2 c Almond flour Orange juice (not from concentrate!) Juice from one
By Jodie Parus, RD, LDI believe that the foods you consume play a very large role in health, wellness and the prevention of disease and illness. I also believe that there is more to the story than nutrition and exercise alone.
Ingredients: ¼ cup fresh lemon juice ¼ cup honey 1 cup plain Greek yogurt Directions: 1. Add lemon juice and honey to a small saucepan and bring to a boil. 2. Reduce heat and simmer for 3 minutes. 3. Remove from heat and
Ingredients: 1 pound Blue Ribbon Foods boneless skinless chicken breast 16 oz. fresh mozzarella cheese 1 large bunch fresh basil 12 oz cherry or grape tomatoes ¼ c separated into equal parts of balsamic vinegar ¼ c separated into equal parts
By Jodie Parus, RD, LDThere were times in middle and high school when I would have macaroni and cheese, fries, or chips for lunch. After I obtained one of those items from the cafeteria lunch line, I would then get a soda and sometimes