Tiger Nut Energy Bites (Nut Free, AIP, Plant-Based)

DID YOU KNOW? Tiger nuts are not actually nuts, but rather tubers, like sweet potato, though much smaller in size. They get their name from the stripes on the tubers’ exterior. These marble-sized tubers are chewy and taste like a cross between an almond and pecan with a hint of honey–making them a great nut…

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5 Ways To Boost Your Smoothie

Have you heard about different ‘superfoods’ that can be added to smoothies to make them even more healthy? There’s a long list of them; so many that it’s easy to get overwhelmed in the land of superfoods. I always recommend to keep things simple, but I can understand the urge to test out something new,…

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Sautéed Lemon & Pine Nut Kale (Plant-Based, High-Fiber, Low-Carb)

To be honest, before this recipe I really wasn’t a big fan of kale–and the only way I would incorporate it into my diet was by hiding it in a smoothie. The BF managed to change my mind about kale in our early dating days … It was Halloween 2018 and I was heading to…

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Chocolate Banana Chia Pudding (Plant-Based, Low-Carb)

DID YOU KNOW? Chia seeds are a great plant-based food to help with weight loss. Chia seeds rank high on the list of plant-based protein foods, making them great for putting on lean muscle, burning fat, and managing hunger and appetite. Studies show that increasing your intake of protein can promote weight loss by curbing cravings…

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Tiger Nut Lemon Cheesecake Bars (AIP, Nut & Dairy Free)

DID YOU KNOW? Tiger nuts are recommended for healthy skin, weight management, and fertility—all because of vitamin E! One serving of tiger nuts provides you with 278% of the daily recommended value–that’s 3mg of vitamin E! Vitamin E is important to our health due to its powerful antioxidant properties that may help reduce free radical…

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Green Pea Soup (Plant-Based, High-Fiber)

DID YOU KNOW? Green peas are part of the legume family and contain beneficial nutrients and fiber (which feeds the gut flora), BUT they also contain antinutrients. Antinutrients are substances found in many foods, including legumes and grains, that may interfere with digestion and mineral absorption. While these generally aren’t a concern for most healthy…

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Mediterranean Tuna Salad (Low-Carb, Keto, Paleo)

DID YOU KNOW? Tuna fish is right up there with other healthy types of fish, such as salmon, when it comes to nutrition — it packs a good amount of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Tuna’s high protein content makes it an excellent addition to a weight loss diet since it can help reduce…

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7-day smoothie + fitness challenge

In just 7 days, say bye bye to low energy and sugar cravings and hello to nourishing & energizing smoothies and exercise that fuel your body and help you to feel great again. You’ll receive daily emails that take you through this fun 7-day challenge.

Challenge STARTS March 30th.

JOIN NOW!

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5 Gut Healing Smoothie Ingredients

Here’s a list of my top gut healing foods & supplements that you can easily add to any smoothie recipe from the 14-day smoothie challenge or any of my e-books.

The best part is, these foods & supplements will have little impact on the flavour or texture of your smoothies. Feel free to add as many of these ingredients as you’d like — your gut will love you for it!

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Simple Sautéd Cabbage (AIP, Plant-Based, Keto)

DID YOU KNOW? Cabbage is a great weight loss vegetable since it’s packed with many beneficial vitamins, minerals, plus water and fiber. It’s also low in calories, containing only 33 calories per cup of cooked cabbage. Cabbage is full of gut-friendly insoluble fiber, a type of carbohydrate that can’t be broken down in the intestines. Insoluble…

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