Kombucha is a traditional probiotic beverage made from fermenting black tea and sugar. Don’t worry, though, almost all the sugar and caffeine are used up by the bacteria 🙂 Drinking kombucha is a great way to get good probiotics into your diet. It’s a little bubbly too, so it can help when transitioning off soda.
Check out this video that explains how to make chicken bone broth (also called chicken stock) from scratch. It’s an easy, nourishing and delicious snack throughout the day, as a base for soups, stews or sauces, and a huge component of a healthy diet!
Water kefir is a beneficial probiotic beverage that tastes delicious! It’s a fantastic intro to cultured beverages and a great way to get kids (and adults!) off soda. Making water kefir is simple. Check out our video to see a demonstration. Once you have water kefir grains, either from a friend or some you’ve purchased
WATER. You know it’s good for you– and you know you should be drinking half your body weight in ounces everyday (but no more than about 100 oz) But what about when water gets boring? You’re aware of the dangers of high fructose corn syrup, preservatives, artificial colors and contaminated water and aluminum, BPA-lined cans. You’ve decided to stay
I love coconut milk! Don’t you? It’s so tasty and an excellent, nutrient-dense addition to your diet. Rich in vitamins, minerals and a fantastic source of lauric acid (a nourishing fat found in breastmilk), coconut milk is indeed a superfood. But, until recently, I’d only purchased organic coconut milk in BPA-free cans (Native Forest and
A Guide to Choosing Healthy Beverages The majority of your liquid intake should be pure, filtered water. Half your body weight in ounces (not to exceed about 100 oz) is the required amount to drink daily. To compensate for each cup of diuretic beverages (like coffee, tea or fruit juices) consumed, an additional cup and
Eggnog is a nutrient-dense superfood that need not be relegated to holiday times only. It’s an ideal breakfast, snack or even a little sweet treat that’s not too sweet. Typically, I make mine with raw milk and cream, but this coconut milk version offers amazing taste and nutrition and it’s a dairy free option too!