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Healthy Indulgences for the New Year! 2 New Recipes

…ground cinnamon 6 to 8 drops vanilla stevia (optional) 3 tbsp. chia seeds Directions: Place almond butter, almond flour, coconut, coconut oil, cinnamon and stevia (if using) in a food processor and process until smooth. Stir in chia seeds; transfer to small bowl and refrigerate 1 hour. Scoop into…

Craving Sweets? 3 Recipes to Feed Your Gut, Not Your Waistline

…Cacao, Avocado& Chia Mousse Serves: 4 Ingredients: 1 avocado ¼ cup cacao powder 1 tsp. vanilla extract ½ cup unsweetened almond milk 2 tbsp. chia seeds Directions: Place avocado, vanilla, and almond milk in food processor and process until smooth; stir in chia seeds. Transfer mixture to medium…

Cocoa Gives Your Brain a Boost + 2 Sweet Valentine Recipes

…cup cacao powder 1 tsp. vanilla extract ½ cup unsweetened almond milk 2 tbsp. chia seeds Directions: Place avocado, cacao powder, vanilla, and almond milk in food processor and process until smooth; stir in chia seeds. Transfer mixture to medium bowl; refrigerate 1 hour. Scoop into individual bowls…

Fiber: Your Partner in Healthy Weight Management‡

…a high-quality supplement that: * contains a balanced ratio of both soluble and insoluble fiber; * is made with natural and organically grown ingredients; * includes lignan-rich flax fiber, soluble acacia fiber, or natural chia seed; and * is psyllium-free to prevent cramping, gas and/or bloating.

Fat Is Not the Enemy—It’s a Nutrient

…to eat—probably more than you already do—are monounsaturated fats (found in olive oil) and the omega-3 fats (found in fish oil, flaxseed, chia seed, and walnuts). These fats are unsaturated, and contribute to the fluidity of cell membranes, as well as to the regulation of inflammatory response—all…

Just What the Doctor Ordered, Taking Your Omega 3 Just Got Easier

…require daily but can’t make from other fats in the diet. Seafood, especially fatty fish, certain algae, grass-fed animal products and some seeds such as chia contain omega-3, but many of us who don’t eat these foods on a regular basis can come up short in this crucial fat. Not only are typical…

Sugar Shock—Sweets and Your Health

…of us are consuming closer to 30 teaspoons!) by increasing the amount of lean protein, nuts, vegetables, fiber-rich grains/seeds such as flax and chia you eat. And the easiest way to cut down on sugars? Cut way down on processed foods, or the number of foods you buy that come in a box, can, or…

Added Sugars in Your Favorite “Healthy” Foods? 6 Top Offenders

…like grains break down into sugar into the digestive tract. The best choices? Keep it simple and choose plain, whole-seed cereals made from chia, and you can always top them with your favorite low-sugar fruits. * Pre-packaged fruit: With so much natural sweetness of its own, it’s baffling…