Fit Bit Cookies

Vegetarian, Dairy Free, Gluten Free & Soy Free! Serves: 2 Dozen Use Organic Ingredients: 2 scoops Raw Organic Fit Vanilla ½ cup coconut flour ½ cup gluten free all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon baking soda ½ teaspoon sea salt 2 eggs 1 cup Garden of Life Coconut Oil - melted ¾ cup Swerve granular sugar 1 cup almond milk. Directions: 1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 2. Mix together the first 5 ingredients and set aside. 3. Next, mix together the eggs and Swerve until smooth, then add the coconut oil and mix again until smooth. 4. Combine dry ingredients into wet ingredients and mix well; then add the almond milk. 5. Roll dough into balls with your hands then gently flatten them and place onto a

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I hear this every year: “I’ll hone in on my health and fitness goals the Monday after New Years’ Day.” This tells me that people like structure; they need a definitive starting point. I believe you can get going on this goal any time of the year, but we’re now in the New Year, so let’s go! Often, clients will come to me asking me what the best decisions to make during the holidays are. I’m happy to give them the answers. However, here’s another thought: what if you went about your health goals and fitness goals the entire year guilt free? What if you didn’t feel bad about that occasional dessert or extra helping of food? Let’s face it. There are plenty of opportunities for setbacks the entir

Snowballs Recipe

SERVES: 10+ TIME: 1 HOUR 15 MINUTES INGREDIENTS: 4 Tablespoons Ground Chia Seeds 2 Tablespoons Coconut Flour 1 Scoop of Bone Broth Protein™ Pure ¼ Cup Raw Cacao Powder 1 Tablespoon Raw, Unheated Honey ⅓ to ½ Cup Coconut Oil 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract ½ Cup Coconut Shreds ½ Teaspoon Sea Salt Use Organic, Non-GMO Ingredients Whenever Possible DIRECTIONS: Mix ground chia, raw cacao, coconut flour and Bone Broth Protein™ Pure together. Add honey, coconut oil, vanilla, and salt. Form into balls and roll in coconut shreds. Freeze or place in the fridge for an hour and serve cool. Adapted: Original recipe courtesy of Maker’s Diet Meals by Jordan Rubin.

DIY: Well-Being Oil

This combination of Citrus and Floral oils makes a fabulous oil for mental and physical well-being. Ingredients : 1 oz Grapeseed Oil 1 oz Sweet Almond Oil 2 drops Clary Sage Essential Oil 4 drops Jasmine Precious Essential Oil 6 drops Bergamot Essential Oil 2 drops Vanilla Precious Essential Oil Preparation : Combine all ingredients in a dark glass bottle. Shake well. Leave to synergize for 48-72 hours in a dark space. Shake before use. Use : This oil can be used as a roll-on perfume or massage oil.

15-Minute Detox Salad with Almond Dressing

Although you may not think of an ordinary head of green cabbage as a superfood, cabbage is loaded with many health benefits, including being high in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fiber. This simple 15-minute detox salad is fabulous for supporting the liver and digestion and satiating your hunger! Feel free to add a protein source of choice to make it a complete meal. Tip: If you cannot have citrus or the orange juice, omit this and substitute water instead. A touch of maple syrup or honey may be used if a sweeter dressing is desired. Prep time: 15 minutes Cooking time: 0 minutes Serves 4–6 Ingredients 1 small (2-pound) head of green cabbage, shredded 3 carrots, shredded 3 scallions

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Get Moving! Whether you take a brisk walk on your lunch break or hit the gym for an intense work-out, exercise is beneficial not only to your body, but your mind as well. Working up a sweat can help manage physical and mental stress by increasing concentrations of norepinephrine, a chemical that can moderate the brain’s response to stress. Exercise also releases endorphins, which create feelings of happiness and euphoria. By getting physical, we may be able to cultivate a greater appreciation for the body and how it takes care of us. In turn, we will be more likely to take care of it. Often we think of exercise as something we have to trudge through, but getting moving doesn’t have to be an

January Detox & Diet: Weight Loss

January is a time for new beginnings and a great time to set new intentions for the body, mind and soul. Perhaps you are feeling sluggish and weighed down from the abundance of rich foods over the holiday season and are seeking a time to clear out and reset the system. Or maybe you want to start the new year with a clean diet to lose extra pounds. Whether you are cleansing, transforming your diet, or losing weight, the following information can provide some help along the way. Weight Loss Discover what works for you to improve your chances of losing weight and keeping it off. The following self-care steps and supplements may be helpful. Mindfulness and Meditation Staying present in the sensa

New Year’s Resolutions and Radical Self-Care

As the year comes to a close, with some relief; and some anxiety about the state of our world in the future, we can turn to some simple routines to nourish ourselves. Sometimes it feels like time is moving too quickly, and the sense of longevity dwindles with the daily checklists and the demanding reality of our jobs, family lives, and social responsibilities. Time seems to speed up and the practice of personal time isn’t high on our lists. Living in a world that demands every ounce of your energy and attention requires radical self-care, particularly at the New Year and after the holidays. It builds the foundational blocks for the rest of the year and re-establishes a relationship with ou

January Detox & Diet: Cleansing

Cleansing and Detoxification There is no official definition of what constitutes a detox program. Based on the idea that the body is unable to function optimally when harmful substances build up, detoxification programs cleanse the body from air and water pollutants, pesticides, herbicides, and solvents. When approached correctly, advocates claim a good detox program can jump-start weight loss, identify food sensitivities, increase energy, and empower people to adopt healthier eating and lifestyle habits. Taking a break from your regular diet, may also provide the space for you to connect more deeply to the body’s true needs and inspire you to eat right for your own body. The following is a

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