Hi there, RNL readers! I’m Britt. I’ve been a vegetarian for almost 17 years, but I married a meat and potatoes guy. I write about the balance we’ve found in the kitchen over at www.theveggievore.com. Continue reading “Indian Spiced Spring Soup”
This happens on a daily basis. People find out what I do for a living and usually ask…What do you REALLY eat? Tofu and rabbit food? Right? No chocolate, meat, or sweets…..Right?!? Well I asked a couple of my top friends in this field to help me answer this very common question for you. We’ve got 3 easy, healthy and quite delicious (if I do say so myself ;)) flexitarian recipes just for you!!
Continue reading “What do Holistic Nutritionists Actually Eat??”
It’s that time of the year where Spring is almost upon us, but the nights are cool and crisp and warm hearty soups and stews are still a perfect evening meal. I love this recipe because it is so nourishing and great for a Meatless Monday meal. This is also one of my favorite meals when I’m having a big gathering. You know the drill. You’re watching your waistline and health, but you want to have fun and be social, all while keeping it in check. Enter my fabulous Two Bean Sweet Potato Chili. Continue reading “Sweet Potato Chili”
We have all embarked on the health and wellness journey together by means of both visual and mechanical methods. Though some choose to only read wellness reports, others prefer practical approaches. It seems as though everywhere you turn there is a new method for treating skin issues. As a skin care educator, I have compiled some research on which treatments and therapies are both tried and true. With a tendency to look toward natural wellness, I hope the following will give you information to pursue your own skin excellence. Continue reading “A Natural Approach to Skin Wellness”
This is an easy heart healthy recipe certain to keep you satisfied and energetic throughout the day. Continue reading “Healthy Salad in a Jar”