Creams, serums, and lotions can do great things for keeping your skin youthful, healthy, and glowing, but nothing is more powerful for your skin than eating the right foods. Even the most high-end skincare miracle can’t undo the nutritional deficit incurred by poor dietary choices. Periodic and ongoing cleansing, combined with probiotics and skin-promoting foods, will transform your complexion for the better.Continue reading “What are the best foods for skin health?”
This white bean salad features gorgeous root vegetables that make it perfect for the transition to fall. We love a hearty salad, and the sweetness of carrots balances well with the heartiness of the white beans. Add some fresh dill and it’s a winning combination!Continue reading “Grilled vegetable white bean salad with dill”
We love a quinoa bowl as a heartier version of lunchtime salads. You can squeeze in just as many nutrient-dense vegetables, but the grain base helps make the meal more satisfying. You can rotate the ingredients as seasons change, simply using this recipe as a guideline that will work year-round.Continue reading “Asparagus and garlic quinoa bowl”
On the 21-Day Cleanse, we start and end every day with a Clean Shake. The recipe for making a Clean Shake is simple. Start with a liquid base, then add greens, healthy fats, and fruit along with a Clean Shake packet. But what if you are looking for a green smoothie with no fruit? Try this recipe for Green Milk.Continue reading “Green milk does a body good”
In a perfect world we’d all have easy access to fresh fruit and vegetables. While food inequality has always been a global issue, and a pressing one at that, obtaining healthy food became a concern for many Americans seemingly overnight. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted life as we previously knew it, making a simple trip to the grocery store a time-consuming and stressful event, if you’re healthy enough to go in person.Continue reading “Healthy smoothies without fresh fruit and veggies”
It’s hard to resist a warm bowl of broccoli cheddar soup. While there’s a lot to love about the creamy texture and savory flavor of broccoli cheddar soup, that’s where the positives end. Though some of us can eat dairy without a problem, cheese and milk may cause stomach upset in those with lactose intolerance. Luckily, we can still satisfy our cravings for a creamy, savory broccoli soup without the cheddar.Continue reading “Roasted greens and moringa soup”
Perfect jammy figs are one of those fruits that we wait all year long for (which we are totally happy eating all on their own). Balanced with tangy vinegar and nutty olive oil, they make the perfect addition to this sweet and creamy spinach and fig salad. This can be a great side salad, or an awesome lunch on or off the cleanse.Continue reading “This simple fig salad is outrageously delicious”
Whether you were more of an orange or apple kid, chances are juice has been a part of your diet since you were old enough to drink from a cup. As an adult, fruit juice is still undeniably delicious and makes a great mixer for brunch cocktails. But, it can also send our blood sugar into a tailspin. For this reason, we recommend drinking fruit juice in moderation on the 21-Day Clean Program. Green juice made from vegetables, on the other hand, offers many health benefits and can make a healthy addition to your diet both on and off the cleanse.
Celery juice – the miracle green juice that is taking over everyone’s social media feed. Have you tried it yet? Celery juice is popping up all over the place as a “cure-all” for everything from digestive issues to skin conditions. People all over the world are posting about their experiences with drinking celery juice every morning, claiming it has helped IBS, constipation, migraines, adrenal fatigue, asthma, lyme disease, and more. The recent popularity among many celebrities has made it even more of a health trend.
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!