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Green Smoothies That Heal The Gut & Boost Energy Hero ImageI love smoothies because they're easy to take with you on-the-go and you can pack so much nutrition into a single glass. Over the years, I have made a lot of smoothies, some good, and some downright nasty. Along the way, I've learned two key secrets for ensuring the perfect smoothie every time...

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0 Comments | Posted in Recipes By Abigail Keeso via mindbodygreen.com

Coco Crunchie Crackle Pops

29/06/16 10:54 AM

healthy chocolate cracklesNo kids party is complete with out the good old chocolate crackles. Now you can make a scrummy, super easy, healthy version with wholefood ingredients and no hydrogenated vegetable fat (blargh) in sight.

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0 Comments | Posted in Recipes By Clare from teatatutoasted.co.nz

Homemade Bone Broth

24/05/16 9:28 AM

Bone Broth Recipe Vegetable Broth Recipe

This bone broth recipe (or vegetable broth recipe) proves the old wives tale true, homemade chicken noodle soup is good for you! Is there anything more comforting than a bowl of chicken and rice soup, or a steaming bowl of beef noodle soup in the winter months? Whether you just need to take the chill off or you need that little bit of extra comfort to chase away the winter sniffles, this nutrient-dense bone broth recipe (or vegetable broth recipe) is a great way to make you feel better.

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0 Comments | Posted in Recipes By Sarah Ozimek via DIYNatural.com

Why I take Spirulina

10/05/16 9:04 AM

spirulina health benefitsSpirulina is a powerhouse when it comes to goodness, it is the most nutritious, concentrated wholefood known containing over 60 different nutrients including vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and phytonutrients. Spirulina has more protein than beef, chicken, and soybeans, more beta-carotene than carrots, more calcium than milk and more iron than spinach. WOW

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0 Comments | Posted in Health By Katie via wellnessmama.com

Feijoa Crumble Muffins

9/05/16 8:33 AM

muffinFeijoas are in season right now – and add incredible flavours to muffins.  No refined sugars, or bleached wheat flours in these, just pure goodness. I have added oats and cinnamon to these muffins for extra protein, and flavour.  Use coconut oil instead of butter and they are dairy free too. 

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0 Comments | Posted in Recipes By Jamie Geurtjens via adailydoseofgoodness.com