Guest Post by Meredith Hill, R.D.
If you’re looking to end the cycle of redundant breakfasts, then I have a recipe for you. One that is packed with protein, whole food fats and fiber. One that will satisfy and not leave your tummy grumbling by mid-morning. It’s time to discover NO-tmeal!
In a nutshell (haha, pun intended), NO-tmeal is a mixture of ground-up nuts and seeds, mixed with milk of your choice and warmed on the stovetop...
Another year… another birthday!
My daughter turned 7 this week and I was up for the challenge of creating a HEALTHY birthday snack for her to take to class. Last year we made fruit kabobs (you can read about how to make them HERE) and they were a hit!
This year, I wanted to use the same theme – RAINBOWS – and decided to make rainbow fruit push-pops. The kids loved them!
Rainbow Fruit Pops
3 cups frozen blueberries & 1 cup almond milk
3 cups frozen ...
Guest Post by Jessica Turner, 200 RYT
Warrior I Pose
Let’s look close at Warrior I pose! We take Warrior I often during our strength and endurance sequences of class not only because this pose strengthens the legs, but also because it increases stamina. Along with several other standing poses, it is also therapeutic for sciatica pain. Remember to breathe deeply!
To find your Warrior I Pose, start with your feet 3 ½ to 4 feet apart, t...
Guest Post by Meagan Waller, B.S. Applied Nutritional Science
The popularity of kale is one of those growing food trends over the past couple years I hope never ends! It’s so good and healthy that it should be included in everyone’s diet. I think that kale is one of the healthiest vegetables that we can easily get from a grocery store. It is low in calories and rich in vitamins and minerals, and budget friendly...