Archive October, 2014

High Protein Brownies YUM!

Naturally Nourishing is all about staying with a lifestyle consistent with everything all “natural”. In our eyes, the word ‘natural’ means zero to very little processed, pre-packaged food. We LOVE raw food and especially GMO-Free, organic food. Recycling, reusing and re-purposing is also a favorite here. 15 ounces cooked black beans – drained and rinsed […]

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Coconut Oil Beauty Products are SO Easy to Make!

If you think like we do at Naturally Nourishing, you may be concerned about what those long words listed in the ingredients of skin and hair products are. If you’re interested in replacing your most often used commercial products with easy homemade, natural ones, we have just the solution! T Go back to the basics, […]

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Make Your Own Skin Santizer

With the holiday season on the horizon, germ counts are exploding everywhere. The flu, colds, and all the other winter sicknesses, are the side effects. Take matters into your own hands (pun intended), **and get the kids, or your friends together, to make your own skin sanitizer.  Simply take small, leak-proof bottles (travel size containers […]

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Powerful Lavendar Fights Off Infectious Disease

It may be hard to imagine a pleasantly scented plant such as lavender, is really a fierce natural medicine and an amazing protector. Used for thousands of years, lavender has a reputation of being a significant guardian against some of the most deadly infectious diseases of all time – the great epidemics of plague sweeping […]

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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Every October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. It is a chance to bring attention to the importance of early detection of breast cancer. Approximately 1 in 8 American women had or have breast cancer, and it ranks number two of the most common forms of cancer in all women. On a more positive note, […]

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Colorful and Crispy Autumn Salad

We often associate eating fresh salads as a summer season dish. Don’t overlook the bounty of Fall fruits, vegetables and herbs available to create spectacular salads. Here is one we found at, and we think you’ll Fall head over heals in love with! (pun intended) CRISPY AUTUMN SALAD Serves 6 to 8 Sweet and […]

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Roasted Sweet Potato Soup

  Sweet Potatoes are an incredibly nutritious food that are packed with antioxidants like beta carotene, vitamins C, E & D, and minerals such as manganese and iron. They are also high in potassium which helps to lower blood pressure by removing excess sodium and regulating fluid balance in the body.  Sweet potatoes are an […]

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Pumpkin Cheese Balls

Halloween is just around the corner. Most of us associate the holiday with costumes and candy, but we found this adorable appetizer recipe on the Food Network web site that’s perfect for Fall, Halloween and Thanksgiving! DirectionsWith a mixer, blend 16 ounces room-temperature cream cheese with 1 1/2 cups shredded cheddar, 3 tablespoons minced onion, […]

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Here we are at Pay It Forward Friday. #PIFF! This week our focus is to allow someone else go in front of you. YOU choose the time and the place when the opportunity arises. If you are in your car, you can let another car in front of you or maybe let those who are […]

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The Dirty Dozen and Clean 15

We all want to feed our family the healthiest food that we possible can, but we have to stay on budget. We all know about the chemicals, pesticides, antibiotics and hormones, that are present in the foods that we eat. Many of us are trying to live more frugally; by stretching our already tight budgets […]

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