Indian gooseberry, commonly known as amla, is undoubtedly a powerhouse of nutrients. It is an uncommon balance of sweet, sour, pungent and bitter flavours. Amla or Amalaki can be consumed in any form be it juiced, powdered or eaten raw. You can pickle it, make a jam or have candied amla. Being a very rich…Continue Reading
Quinoa, Chia Seeds and Flaxseeds Protein Bars
These homemade quinoa protein bars will leave the whole family smiling. In a large mixing bowl, combine quinoa, chia seeds, flax seed, rolled oats, cinnamon, salt, cardamom and chopped raw almonds. Stir to combine. In a small, microwave-safe dish, combine raw almond butter, organic brown rice syrup and honey.
Apple cider vinegar is off great use for beauty, health and also at home. If you are aqua tinted with the history, than you might know about the fact that apple cider vinegar was used for centuries for various purposes. You can use it every day for various purposes.
Here are Some of the Uses of…Continue Reading
This Blueberry Chia Seed Pudding couldn’t be easier! Made with only 5 plant-based and good-for-you ingredients, it brings major flavor, but almost no time in the kitchen. Perfect for Meal Prep!
Feeling the urge to eat something sweet? Having a snack attack? How about reaching for a handful of raisins to satisfy that sweet tooth? Raisins are a great healthy substitute for candy or other kinds of “junk food.”
Raisins are made from dehydrated grapes; hence the nutrients become more concentrated in raisins. Let’s take a look…Continue Reading
Wheatgrass has become quite the health trend these days, and for good reason. Scientifically named triticum aestivum, wheatgrass comes from the cotyledon’s of the common wheat plant. Many nutrition enthusiasts (along with some experts) tout wheatgrass for its myriad of health-promoting benefits, but choosing the right form of wheat grass should be first and foremost.