The best way to load up on vitamin C is by consuming foods that are rich in this antioxidant. This smoothie is full of vitamin C, so drink up!
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These chips are just as crunchy and addictive as pre-packaged chips, but they are free of all the unhealthy processed ingredients!
This may be one of the best green smoothies that you’ll ever drink. Rich in a diverse mix of nutrients, this smoothie is great for your skin.
Embrace winter citrus for all that it is and use them in creative ways. This salad has sweet and peppery flavors that wake up the palate.
This zesty kabocha squash soup is velvety smooth and perfectly balanced. Enjoy it as a filling main course, appetizer, or side dish.
Get down to earth by roasting some beets, sweet potatoes, and carrots, which are smothered in a delightfully sweet balsamic maple dressing.
Boost your vitamin A levels, improve digestion, and increase iron intake when you drink this cantaloupe smoothie. It’s so tasty!
A simple combination of fresh ingredients delivers an incredible smoothie with more nutrients than you could ever imagine. Thanks spirulina!
Don’t revert to old snacking habits once you finish cleansing. Bake these carrot chips so you can snack deliciously and guilt-free!
You can’t cook sweet potatoes while cleansing, but you can juice them to absorb their amazing health benefits. Sip to your health!
This delicious, raw gazpacho is creamy, bursting with flavor, and makes for the perfect appetizer for two or entree for one.
Don’t want to drink a smoothie for breakfast while cleansing? You don’t have to! Enjoy tropical and vibrant flavors with these papaya boats.
Make your kitchen seasonal by taking advantage of kabocha squash, one of our favorite, nutrient-rich winter produce items.
Beet the heat (haha!) with the refreshing flavors in this salad of julienned carrots, beets, and apples. You’ll absolutely love it.
Throw this salad and dressing together in a matter of minutes. You could actually quadruple the recipe and have prepped lunches!
We know that many of you will carve pumpkins this year, but will you actually eat pumpkins to sleep better or promote healthier vision?
Everyone says that carrots are good for your eyes, but they are extremely beneficial for your skin. Drink this juice to have healthier skin!
Helping to boost immune function, build stronger bones, reduce inflammation, and improve vision, these squash are cold weather essentials.
Here’s a homemade salve that contains nutrients that work to boost the skin’s ability to produce new cells and hydrate the skin.
Melons are more than meets they eye. These low-calorie fruits are rich in essential vitamins and minerals that may lower blood pressure.