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This fantastic article was written by Sophie Addison, a popular blogger and skincare expert. We encourage you to check her out on Facebook, and Pinterest. Healthy cookie dough recipes Do you remember when you were a kid and hung around your mom when she made cookies? The cookie dough was…

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This amazing article was written by Sasha Brown, health writer, and owner of VoxNature and Affordableblogging.com. You can check out her website here or follow her on Facebook. Honey-cinnamon pears If you are on a weight loss journey or are just trying to manage your sugar cravings, don’t let these…

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This amazing post was written by Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Iowa. She is the author of The Wahls Protocol: How I Beat Progressive MS Using Paleo Principles and Functional Medicine and the cookbook The Wahls Protocol Cooking for Life: The Revolutionary Modern…

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Thick and decadent on the inside, this Coconut Flour Red Velvet Bread recipe creates a Paleo treat balanced with wholesome ingredients! Made with a simple base of coconut flour, cocoa powder and eggs, this bread has a secret ingredient: beets! Not only do they give the bread its natural, vibrant…

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This amazing article was written by Sasha Brown, health writer, and owner of VoxNature and Affordableblogging.com. You can check out her website here or follow her on Facebook. Coconut ice is one of those treats that you almost certainly had as a child but have not touched since being an…

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This fantastic article was written by Trisha Miller, a freelance writer from Boise, ID. She is a dedicated vegan who promotes an all-around healthy lifestyle. We encourage you to check out her blog and follow her on Twitter!  People seem to have this misconception about “granola,” in that many think…

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Nothing warms you up better on a frigid winter day than a bowl of hearty, warm, soup. But a bowl of soup can be hearty without being unhealthy! Skip the heavy cream and fatty sausage and dive into this turmeric lentil soup with coconut cream. And since soups usually get…

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  Avocados were first used by the Aztecs and since have been highly sought after for their health benefits. Avocados are high in healthy mono-unsaturated fats such as oleic acid. They also have anti inflammatory properties and are high in potassium, magnesium and fiber.  Try incorporating avocados into your diet with this…

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Indian cuisine is beloved around the world for its use of aromatic spices, but these ingredients do a lot more for our bodies than just entice our taste buds. If you go to any Indian household, you’re likely to find a wide array of medicines using these spices. From infections…

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Natural fats are found in a vast majority of the things we eat, although even they have developed a bad reputation over the years. This encourages people to cut fats out of their diets as much as possible. However, they are wrong to do so!  Not all fats are bad,…

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