Cleansing with Rosemary Mushroom Steaks & Gravy {video}

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Happy Friday!  Here is the second video in our FREE three part Renew Cleanse recipes.  Why am I sharing Renew recipes for free?  Because I want to show you what cleansing really looks like.  Deprivation - nope! Only celery & carrot sticks - heck no! This food is delicious, nutritious and easy to make. Our first call for the cleanse is May 29th and June 1st we start.  I hope you join us. I received a surprise Facebook message I wanted to share with you.  I removed her name, but she ... [Keep Reading]

Cleansing with Creamy Tomato Soup {video}

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Summer is almost here!  I hope you are enjoying the sun and the warmer weather.  Memorial Day is upon us in the US, and for most that marks the beginning of summer.  Are you ready? I enjoy every season, but spring and summer are my favorite when it comes to food.  There is such an abundance of fresh, juicy produce.  I believe in listening to the wisdom of Mother Earth and following her lead on what we should be eating.  What that means is that our bodies have different needs in each season.  ... [Keep Reading]

Presentation is everything

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Presentation is everything - right?  Maybe not, but it certainly helps.  Whether we are talking food, clothes or gifts - pretty packages can be more appealing.  Today I'm sharing tips on how to get your kiddos to eat more fruit and veggies. Make it fun! Kiddos love fun.  What can you do to make food more fun?  I share a ton of tips on that in the STOP the Overwhelm program, but one tip you can start using right away, is making food into fun shapes.  Take out the old cookie cutters (or ... [Keep Reading]

Grow your own Herbs

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Do you grow your own herbs? Tis the season for planting. It's a great time for full gardens or a simple pot in the window. There are so many bonuses to growing your own. Of course your herbs/food would be fresh, local and easily accessible. Growing your own is a great learning tool for children. You can get them involved and increase their understanding of where food really comes from, while also teaching them the care that goes into growing food. Patience is a true virtue in our fast paced ... [Keep Reading]