Green Protein Pancakes

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This recipe comes together quickly and is a great way to start your day. The pancakes get their green color from spinach, but you can’t taste it. It’s a great way to get more greens in your diet. 

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Easy Berry Sauce

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This berry sauce comes together quickly and is versatile in its use. This recipe is one often requested from my children and I am happy to make it, knowing that the ingredients are healthy. Use this sauce to top oatmeal, pancakes, waffles or even by itself as a healthy dessert.

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The Cost of Health

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As I was talking with a friend about health, I mentioned that my wife and I do our best to get organic healthier foods, but how it can be pricey compared to other food choices. To this she responded, “You either pay for it now or pay for it later.” How true that is! What she meant by this is that we all have a choice. We can either use money now to sustain a healthy lifestyle or spend a lot more later to pay for all the medical expenses due to poor health. Continue reading

Looking Back with Joy

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We have spoken before on the importance of not living in the past. This is an important principle because living in the past keeps us from progressing, learning, and can lead to emotional issues such as depression. However, I recently became aware that in our attempt to not live in the past, some people go to an unhealthy extreme. The best way to describe this extreme is “burying the past”. I know that some people are doing this because I found myself doing it in certain instances.
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The Root Cause

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Have you ever heard of the phrase, “looking beyond the mark”? It’s a phrase used when people become distracted by other things and miss the point. I’ve thought about this phrase a lot recently and realized how much we “look beyond the mark” in our society. I believe the solution to this is to get to the root of the issue. Let me explain. Continue reading

What if?

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Two powerful words we don’t always consider are, “what if”. They have been the catalyst of high achievement and discovery, as well as the seeds of mediocrity and lost opportunities. They have brought hope to some, while dashing hope for others. These two words influence our lives, for better or worse. It just depends on how we use them. Continue reading

Creamy Spaghetti Squash and Chicken

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This dinner recipe is filling and full of vegetables. Although the sauce is creamy, there is no dairy in this recipe, but is made primarily from cauliflower. If you’ve never had spaghetti squash, this is a great first recipe to try. Spaghetti squash has a slightly sweet flavor and is full of vitamins and fiber. On top of having cauliflower and spaghetti squash, this recipe also has spinach. Enjoy!

Recipe highlights:

  • Full of manganese and potassium
  • Antioxidant rich
  • High in fiber
  • Good source of protein

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Living or Surviving

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About a hundred years ago, the average life expectancy in the USA was under 55. As of 2018, the average has gone up to about 78. Advances in medicine, science, and a better understanding of the body have contributed to the longer life expectancy. It’s truly a blessing to many. However, I’ve observed that although many people live 23 or more years longer than their predecessors, often times those extra years are full of chronic conditions and illnesses, hospital trips, and medication, severely limiting what one is able to do in their later years. In fact, the latest research conducted in the US and Mexico shows that 55% of adults take 2 pharmaceutical drugs regularly, and 38% of adults over the age of 56 take at least 4. These conditions are unpleasant and have lead me to believe there is a difference between living longer and surviving longer. Continue reading

Bio Therapi Banana Berry Shake

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This healthy shake comes together quickly and is full of health benefits thanks to Bio Therapi. In case you haven’t heard about our newest product, Bio Therapi helps the body reverse damage caused by stress. It helps regulate inflammatory markers and decrease toxicity to fight against premature aging and improve energy levels. Bio Therapi also helps balance the production of hormones and neurotransmitters, promoting better sleep, lower emotional stress and improved mood. You can also learn more about Bio Therapi here. Enjoy!

Recipe Highlights:

  • Great source of fiber
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Reduces stress
  • Detoxifying properties

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