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I Feel the Need for Seed!

Spring is just around the corner and it will be here before you know it. Now is a great time to start preparing your garden bed or pots. Turn the soil in your garden, and add more if necessary. You may also sprinkle nutrients such as organic compost, manure and peat moss over the garden […]

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St. Patrick’s Day Party Food

Almost everyone thinks of corned beef and cabbage or Irish soda bread for  St Patty’s day. We thought it would be fun to post a few fun and healthy ideas to fully express the Irish in you. Because everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!   Strawberries Orange sections Pineapple Green Grapes PurpleGrapes Mini Marshmellows […]

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Super-foods That LOVE Your Heart!

Eating for a healthy heart ♥ means consuming the proper amount of fiber, eating fish at least twice a week filling your plate with fruits and vegetables, and limiting unhealthy fats like saturated and Trans fats, as well as too much salt or sodium rich foods. Certain foods have shown to be very beneficial to […]

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Buying Tips for Grapefruit – Sour or Sweet?

Plenty of people are fans of the typically sour grapefruit but, for those who want more of a sweet/sour taste, there are varieties that are worth trying. For those who pucker up their mouths when they hear the word grapefruit, keep in mind they have probably eaten an extremely sour and thick-skinned fruit! One thing […]

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How to Stay Healthy Through the Holidays

The Holidays are in full swing and we wanted to touch on a few things to consider in order to stay healthy, manage stress and live to see the other side without a bigger pile of bills than the gift pile.  Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Year’s — these are supposed to be times of celebration, […]

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Sweet – Savory Roasted Brussels Sprouts

You may have seen and cooked Roasted Brussels sprouts many times over the past couple of years. They are so easy to make and has been said to make fans out of Brussels sprout haters! This recipe includes takes care of any salty/sweet craving with Maple syrup (100% pure) and Pancetta, which is cured, and […]

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Raspberry Oatmeal Breakfast Smoothie

Mornings can be hectic with everyone rushing to get where they have to be for the day. Whether it’s school, work or any activity, it’s important to begin the day with a healthy low fat, high protein diet. But, who has the time to cook in the middle of all the chaos? This recipe can […]

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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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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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Fall in Love With Pomegranates

You may end up with red stained fingers from eating a pomegranate, but this antioxidant-rich fruit deserves a place in your fall diet. Known for their tart flavor and juiciness, the edible seeds are nutritious and delicious alone as a snack or in any recipe you like. Health Benefits 1. High in Fiber – Pomegranates […]

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