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October 29, 2016

How do you incorporate healthy food into your kids' diet? Do you struggle? Do you have one that eats all healthy stuff and another that is not so easy to impress? (I do!).

Here are some simple tips that I have found to work really well with my two. Please add your own tips in the comments.

1. Introduce at least 10 times before becoming discouraged and/or removing from rotation. 
2. Encourage only one bite of new food at each introduction/meal. 
3. Prepare the food in different ways. For example, peas. Cook peas in olive oil and sea salt, add peas to mash potatoes, add peas to a delicious soup, etc. 
4. Praise the child for being brave and trying new and unfamiliar foods. 
5. Let the child help you cook/prepare the food.

October 24, 2016

I forgot to eat breakfast as I was having SO much fun fine tuning the details of my upcoming 30 day detox! I was so happy that when the hunger hit, there was a convenient and healthful lunch ready for me in the fridge- salad!

Did you know that you can pre-prep salad, cover it with a wet paper towel and plastic wrap (or airtight lid) and it will keep fresh for a few days? How fabulous is that?!

This discovery has been monumental in helping me (and hence the family) eat way more fresh, organic salads. Try adding this one simple thing in this week and eat a few more side salads and see how you feel!

Small steps for BIG changes. 💪  

I also highly suggest reading up on Parivrtta Trikonasana for the finishing touch.) 🙌

October 23, 2016

What is a better way to welcome the holidays than to do a beautiful and gentle detox?! 30 days to feeling like a better you on the inside and out.

I am looking for some individuals that are ready to join like-minded people in this journey! This new yet *uh-mazing* 30 day detox is the first month of my 16 week holistic health coaching program. The program includes a 1 week gentle cleanse followed by 3 weeks detox with meal plan, monthly 60 minute online coaching session (with me), webinars to educate you on your health & body, 24/7 online support, exercise guides, meditation and yoga guides, whole food supplement pack, daily motivation and bi-weekly updated newsletters 💕  

You know how this could be REALLY fun? Do it with a girlfriend or partner! This program will change your life, your mind, body & soul - so don’t wait! 

Submit inquiries to: naturallybiased@gmail.com.

P.S. There will be a special prize at the end of the 30 days for one star detoxer!

October 18, 2016

Have you heard of matcha tea? It's a green tea that is said to have three times the antioxidants of regular green tea. Good stuff, eh? It also helps to support memory, boost metabolism (winning!) and increase immunity. 

I want to introduce you to a delicious way to prepare matcha tea. I discovered this recipe a few years ago and have reintroduced it into my routine recently as I've gone off coffee as part of an elimination diet. 

I have adapted the recipe from the following website: http://www.mahdimd.com/blog/morning-mojo-in-a-cup-the-1-minute-metabolism-boosting-beverage. Definitely have a read this for the great benefits of all the ingredients.

Recipe

- 1.5 cup water

- 1 tsp organic matcha powder

- 1 tsp cinnamon

- 1-2 tsp cocao butter

- 1 tsp vanilla

Place all ingredients into a saucepan, cook until hot and cacao butter is melted. Pour into a cup and enjoy! 

Matcha, vanilla, cacao butter and cinnamon ...

The finished product. Delish! 

October 17, 2016

What is One Simple Thing? It is just a quick message made up of small explanations, lessons or fact nuggets for you to incorporate into your life, share with others or even store away for a later date. My mission is to inspire people to live their healthiest and most naturally biased life. This is another way to do that because we all know that knowledge is power. 

Green peas are sooo 2017! Did you know that they ...

  • Are a legume? (Same as beans, lentils, etc.)

  • Are a fantastic source of plant-based protein? (+/- 8 grams/cup)

  • Have phytonutrients for anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits?

  • Are high in fiber, which aids digestion, weight loss and regulates blood sugar.

Obviously, you want to get these guys on your winning team!

Below is a quick and easy recipe for peas (pictured).

- one teaspoon coconut oil

- one cup green peas (frozen, fresh, etc.)

- 1/8 teaspoon turmeric

- 1/8 teaspoon garlic powder 

- sea salt (to taste)

Heat coconut...

October 13, 2016

What is primary food and are you getting enough of it? Could lack of primary food potentially inhibit your progress toward fitness, health or lifestyle goals? 

As a current student of the Institute of Integrative Nutrition’s (“IIN”) Holistic Health Coaching Program, “primary food" was part of the foundation program. The philosophy of primary food theory resonated with me and caused me to take a closer took at my so-called “healthy lifestyle” and consider what was missing. 

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines lifestyle as “a particular way of living”. A Google image search of the word brought up multiple images of outdoor exercise, adventure, family, meditation and nature, which is exactly what I picture when I hear the word. I used to place all the responsibility of a healthy lifestyle on what food I ate but now I realize how I was wrong. A healthy lifestyle goes beyond the plate. 

Primary food is a term that was created by the founder of IIN, Joseph Rosenthal, 30 years ago. Primary fo...

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