Apple Flax Pancakes

apple flax pancakes

It’s pretty obvious that weekends are special. Weekends are set aside for family time, little get-aways, that desk you’ve been meaning to stain, and, importantly, breakfast in your pajamas watching Netflix. Now before you go find the biggest bowl for your Saturday morning almond milk and cereal routine, consider apple flax pancakes! With a little…

Introducing Plant-based Single Servings

Singles-Variety-wide

Whey Protein Part II and Our New Single Servings! Hopefully, you read my recent blog post about how protein powders are mostly made from whey, which is highly processed and tainted with steroids, hormones, and antibiotics fed to the cow. Even the plant-based proteins are made from “isolates,” which processes the ingredient and throws out the fiber.…

beautiful and young at age 70! three ageless examples show the value of good nutrition!

I often hear people judging the raw vegan movement, or its credibility as a lifestyle, because a particular raw vegan doesn’t look good.  In fact, it is often debilitating health conditions that started the person on the path to raw/vegan in the first place. So they may have a long way to travel out of…

Reversing Crohn’s disease

I saw this post from Melanie yesterday, in response to an old blog of mine. I thought it warranted front-and-center attention. It’s especially on my mind after a convo after my Lehi, UT class last night with a mother of a young (20-ish) Crohn’s patient who eats no fiber. That’s the problem with Crohn’s patients,…

Green Smoothie Testimonials, Part 9

More green smoothie testimonials from my research: We love green smoothies at our house. I am a homeschooling mom of four children. Three of my children drink smoothies because they love them, and one child drinks her smoothies because it’s a good health choice. I try to vary the ingredients here and there so that…

Need motivation to eat less meat and more plants? . . . part 5 of 12

Today, some good stats about eating a vegetarian diet:   According to Journal of the American Dietetic Association (this research was published in other journals as well), the average IQ of U.S. children is 99, and the average IQ of vegetarian US children is 116.   Obesity rate among the general population: 18 percent  …