Sakana Bliss Bowl

Sakana Bliss Bowl – A One-Skillet Meal

Cooking is easy.

Did you just quizzically raise an eyebrow and think “Yea right!” to yourself?

Ok fine. Let me rephrase that for you. Cooking CAN be easy.


Look. I know it might not be inherently easy because, well…there are the ingredients to consider, and then the chopping and the roasting, the boiling, the steaming, the sautéing and of course…the mountain of dishes left over after each kitchen escapade. Whoo! That was a mouthful (even for me).



3 Natural Ways to Reduce Bloating and Fatigue

This is a guest post from Jen Broyles, Certified Health Coach specializing in digestive health, IBS and SIBO

We live in a very hectic, fast-paced world. If you’re like the majority of the population, then I imagine you run around every day at a frantic pace with a to-do list a mile long. You’re constantly on the go, and consequently, your health suffers.

Most of us don’t take time to sit down to a proper meal, the food we consume is highly processed and nutrient-deficient, and we don’t take time to relax.

After a while, your body systems start to break down, and you begin to experience unwanted symptoms. READ MORE

Sloth Propeller

“Sloth Propeller” Recipe – Naturally Sweet Bulletproof Style Coffee

Aaaah coffee! It is to me the smell of a very good Saturday morning (because I pretty much only drink coffee on Saturdays or sometimes Sundays). 

I grew up drinking it (because, of course it’s a staple in any Colombian household!) and had my first taste when I was still a wee thing. My dad has always liked it strong topped off with a little whole milk. But me, I like it cafe con leche style: thick, creamy and sweet. But alas, that is not a health promoting option 🙁 Unless…

Unless you do it my way! Enter “Sloth Propeller”…



Jackpot Jell-O Recipe: A Kid Food that Adults Should be Eating Too!

I love an artfully plated meal just as much as the next foodie, but I also have a soft spot in my heart for the “everything-but-the-kitchen-sink” sort of dishes…yogurt and (a plethora of) toppings or burrito bowls, you know, that sort of thing. But yogurt and beans don’t necessarily settle well with many of us in the “just eat real food” camp, so I came up with this recipe. By the way, when I say Jell-O, and refer to all of it’s health benefits, I’m NOT referring to the boxed brand. As far as I’m concerned, that’s not “Real Food” because it’s full of additives like: artificial flavors, food coloring and more junk plus the quality of the gelatin is not up to par if you’re looking to boost your protein intake and improve your hair, skin, nails and so so so much more. Curious yet? Keep reading to find out why it’s so much more than just a “kid food” and which brands you SHOULD be buying to improve your health and wellness.