Ginger Vegetable Soup

I had been feeling under the weather. I couldn’t stomach anything. For me to not eat breakfast past 11am is a bad sign. So, I decided to gather some ingredients to throw them into a soup. Soups are an excellent way to get in nutrients you body needs to feel better. This took less than […]

Hot Colorful Coleslaw

Coleslaw that is typically eaten in America are high fat, high calories, and not an item that should be consumed frequently. Other countries get this right. My friend shared this recipe with me, that her grandmother from Mexico has made for years. It is a light, healthy delicious coleslaw with no creams or added fats. Lots of flavor! Ingredients:…

Simple Spaghetti Squash

I love spaghetti squash! It’s an excellent substitute to pasta, and a great way to get more vegetables into your day. What’s so special? ⭐️1 cup of spaghetti squash has about 40 calories (~1/4 of a cup of pasta) ⭐️Spaghetti squash has the fiber that helps lower bad cholesterol ⭐️It is a source of vitamins…

Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

I dont know about you, but I love brussels sprouts! (Yes, they are always brussels, even if you eat one). These mini cabbage looking guys are packed with nutrition. 10 sprouts have over 100% of your daily needs, vitamin K (which aids in blood clotting, and helps make proteins for you rblood, kidneys and bones), Plus, these guys are a great…

Day-1 Gluten Free Challenge

Day one underway! First off, what is gluten? Gluten is a protein that is found in the grain of wheat, barley and rye. Gluten can be found in many products made with these grains, such as breads, pastas, crackers, cereals etc. It can also be hiding in other items, like gravy and sauces. 1-Celiac Disease:…