This weekend I visited Evergreen Brick Work’s Farmers Market with my girlfriend. Since I was getting low on bee pollen (and I use it in my smoothies), I thought it was the perfect opportunity to pick some up from Bees Universe. I got chatting with the owner John and told him that Walker and I want to give all the guests at our wedding in September a jar of raw honey (to spread the love of course). He jokingly suggested I come and work on his farm for two days, but I actually think I might do this. Then I can share the photos and info I learn with all of you. Read More →
As you might have noticed, we have a few hundred people doing the Eat Clean Body Lean online program otherwise known as 21 Days of clean eating and exercise. On the meal plan, there is a recipe for a gluten-free, dairy-free rhubarb crisp because even when you are eating clean, you should still have some sweetness in your life.
Last night I decided to mix up the recipe a bit based on what I had in my kitchen. The nice thing about crisp toppings for fruit is that you don’t have to be precise with your measurements. Thank goodness for that because I am not a fan of measuring. However, I will do my very best to give you accurate measurements for this topping because it was soooooo lovely — sweet, crunchy and the perfect topping for my organic rhubarb and apple. Read More →
Sometimes I have a gazillion topics I want to write about on my blog and because of this, I don’t end up writing anything – ack! I’m sure other writers and nutritionists who want to share their love and knowledge of health and nutrition struggle with this too. Am I right?
On that note, I put together this blog post (and I am going to aim to do this every 2 weeks) to share the top stories that are not only in my mind but I know they are in yours too because I get asked questions that pertain to these topics often in workshops, on my facebook page and on twitter.
Here goes! I hope you enjoy my first joyous health roundup: