Hey! Irish Soda Bread With a Healthy Twist

Incorporated sprouted grain flours into traditional recipes reduces the glycemic index and amps up the fiber and bio-available nutrients of the original grains. Best part of it? None of the flavor or soul-satisfying texture is lost! Give it a try, Read More

Healthy Apple Pie with Quinoa Crust

It's a great day for a pie! Increasing the fiber and decreasing the sugar makes it all the better! Read More

Asian Chicken Soup

Chicken soup has always been good medicine but this adds a potent, immune-building kick! Great for the start of spring! Read More

Sprouted Quinoa Salad

This is a great fresh and refreshing salad for a lunch or a light dinner. Pair with hummus and crisp apples and more than filling and certainly nourishing. I did modify the dressing a bit. Experiment with the amount of liquid to please your palate. Read More

Are You A Red Fire Rooster?

Those born in the year of the Rooster are active, observant, hard working, confident, courageous, honest, frank, amusing, and .... Read More

Celebrate Dessert Day with Pumpkin Truffles

Pumpkin Truffles October 14 is National Dessert Day. Looking for a way to celebrate? Try Pumpkin Truffles - healthy bite when you need a hit of deep sweet....perfect for national dessert day. Read More

TEACHER HIGHLIGHT: YOGA TEACHER SHERVON IN HER OWN WORDS

1. How would you describe your teaching style? My teaching style is a breath centered approach to movement which allows students time to come to their body's full expression of each pose while becoming aware of their own inner experience. This is where yoga asana can becoming moving meditation. Read More

Teacher Highlight: Yoga Teacher Amy Rinaldi in Her Own Words

"There is no 'one-way' to conduct your (yoga) practice. Your practice, as well as your body, is distinctive to you. When comparisons and judgments creep in, try to come back to your beautiful uniqueness," says yogi Amy Rinaldi. See what else inspires her yoga teaching. Read More

What Are the Spots On Michael's Back?

Lots of people are talking about the round marks appearing on Michael Phelps’ back when he swam at the Olympics this week. Apparently he and some of the other swimmers have been using cupping therapy. Many athletes swear by it, saying it reduces the impact of injury and speeds recovery. So how does cupping work? Read More

Yum! Summery Tomato & Cucumber Salad

My gardener friends and my farm share have inundated me with beautiful tomatoes and I am always looking for new and fun ways to have the delightful gems. Soups, sauces, and straight off the vine are fine but here is a summer salad with a kick. Mangia! Read More

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