If you’re tired of visiting your local coffee shop to get your matcha tea every day, you can learn how to prepare matcha at home (and make it taste really great). With a handful of simple tips and tricks, you’ll know how to make matcha in no time.Continue reading “How to prepare matcha?”
We’ve got matcha everything: quickie No-Bake Matcha Energy Balls, luscious Matcha Lattes, and even Matcha Superfood Pie (yes, really!). But, why? Why are we including matcha in loads of our recipes and even developed our own high-quality, organic, ceremonial grade matcha? Let’s get into it.Continue reading “Is matcha good for you, really?”
The goal of Ayurveda is to reduce impurities in all facets of health, increasing overall harmony and interconnectedness, and bolstering your body’s constitution and natural forces. Here’s more info on the art of combining adaptogens.Continue reading “Combining adaptogens for health”
Pumpkin spice latte’s have become so popular, it’s a modern-day indicator that fall is upon us. While many may love the flavor of this sweet, spiced latte, there is not a lot to love about the ingredient list, so we’ve made our own. You’ll get all of the same fall flavors you crave in this cleanse-approved pumpkin spice matcha recipe.Continue reading “Pumpkin spice matcha latte”
Take one sip and you’ll feel like you’re eating a slice of blackberry cobbler, but you’ll get all of the benefits of a produce-rich meal in this delicious smoothie. The tart, juicy blackberries, combined with creamy coconut milk, sweet dates, and bright lemon will have you making this blackberry smoothie on repeat and loving every sip.
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We love this wild rice bowl as a warm, cozy dinner, or prepared ahead of time as a nutrient-dense work lunch. The sweet, balsamic roasted sweet potatoes are perfectly balanced by the bright, citrusy kale, and rounded out with the nutty, warm wild rice. We suggest making a big batch – this dish will disappear quickly!
Leafy greens are some of the most nourishing and healing foods for our bodies. From green drinks to juices and smoothies, leafy greens and green vegetables are powerful and inexpensive sources of major nutrition: they are rich in magnesium, iron, calcium, vitamin K, vitamin C, fiber, folic acid, and potassium, as well as an array of phytochemicals such as beta-carotene, zeaxanthin, cryptoxanthin, and lutein. Greens contain almost every nutrient we require for optimal health.
Red cabbage is great for gut health; you can even buy or make your own fermented cabbage for additional digestive support. The insoluble fiber found in red cabbage promotes regularity and relieves symptoms of some gastrointestinal conditions. This red cabbage salad is perfect for a quick summer meal or add some protein for something heartier.
There are so many amazing green superfoods out there. They are readily available in various products on the market now, like protein powders, energy bars, greens powders and more. They can be very helpful in supplementing a healthy diet, bringing benefits to your lifestyle and general wellbeing. But you’ve probably wondered, what’s really the difference between chlorella, spirulina, moringa, wheatgrass, barley grass, and chlorophyll?
Smoothies are a staple on the Clean Program cleanse, and a habit we recommend keeping well beyond your 21-day program with a morning Daily Shake. Starting your day with a smoothie is an excellent way of easing the body into digestion after your overnight fast, plus it gives you the hydration and nutrients you need to start the day. With warmer days, we love this pineapple cilantro smoothie for its tropical flavor and detoxifying qualities.