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Almond Bread

Almond Bread—Grain-free and Good-for-You

by LIVING HEALTHon March 9, 2017
A Healthy-Bread Quest I have been on a quest to discover a healthy bread that can be incorporated into my daily diet and leave no trace of toxic ingredients inside my body. So far, I have found a delicious, grain-free almond bread that I would like to share with you. Growing up in Brasil, breakfast was always a […]

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Matcha (Green Tea) Energy Bites for Anyone On-the-Go

by LIVING HEALTHon February 20, 2017
Matcha Energy Bites that are Delicious, Nutritious and Expeditious by Chef Erin Yeschin of The Inspired Kitchen Making the Case for Matcha Energy Bites For taking them on a hike, packed in a school lunch or just out and about on the town, pop them in the freezer overnight so they take longer to soften. When placed in […]

Vitamin K Recipe

The Alphabet of Vitamins: Vitamin K

by LIVING HEALTHon January 25, 2017
Vitamin K: The Forgotten Vitamin Today I am going to share with you several important facts about vitamin K. While this obscure vitamin, also known as “the forgotten vitamin” can almost go unnoticed, yet let us not forget that some of its benefits are unsurpassable. Overall, Vitamin K is a fat-soluble vitamin, which is necessary for a number of critical bodily […]

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FIND YOUR CORE: Healing Your Heart(s) with Yoga

by LIVING HEALTHon January 13, 2017
Healing Your Heart with Yoga—not only the blood-pumping organ in your chest, but also the emotional heart that emanates love and compassion, and is subject to heartache and heartbreak.—Charity Poole “The Way is not in the sky.  The way is in the heart.”—Buddha Healing Your Heart With Yoga: Yoga Helps Heal the Heart, in both […]

Radiate Happy Living

by LIVING HEALTHon December 8, 2016
What is RADIATE HAPPY LIVING? This is Radiate Happy Living’s history. Two teenagers from Miami, Florida, Felipe Barreneche and Alana Lima, decided to stand up and take action against the health crisis facing our rising youth today. They formed a community service project, with the mission to create a fun way to keep kids active and educate them on […]

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nuts about nuts: Nutty Not Naughty Ice-Cream

by LIVING HEALTHon December 3, 2016
Irresistible ice-cream? Not any more. No matter what food lifestyle you follow, you can create healthy, dairy free, ice-cream in minutes. NUT FACT:  Did you know that technically cashew is not a nut but a seed? It comes from the cashew fruit, except—unlike most fruit—the cashew seed lives on the outside. You can see pictures […]

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Old-Folk Wisdom: Christmas at the Farm

by LIVING HEALTHon December 1, 2016
This is how Christmas was celebrated before industrialization At the end of the year, Christmas is always a good opportunity to: gather the family, get the conversation up to date forgive past mistakes create new challenges and above all express gratitude and love one for another. This is exactly how it was at my grandparents’ farm. Rustic […]

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HEALTHY TRAVELS: Santa Barbara, California

by LIVING HEALTHon November 18, 2016
For anyone wanting to make a trip to California, or even for California natives, I am going to suggest a very fun, beautiful coastal drive from Los Angeles to Santa Barbara, with a few stops in between. This adventure can be completed in a full day or, for those wanting to spend the night, there […]

No-Bake Perfect Pumpkin Pie: A Gluten-Free Raw-Vegan Alternative

by LIVING HEALTHon November 10, 2016
From pumpkin decorations to pumpkin pie, it is fall and you know it. “It’s safe to say that when it comes to Fall, Pumpkin is the superstar of the season. From adorning our doorsteps to filling our lattes, muffins and more, we just can’t get enough of this bright orange gourd. Maybe that’s why every […]


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Old-Folk Wisdom: Memories That Are Good for the Heart

by LIVING HEALTHon November 2, 2016
Memories That Are Good for the Heart Heart disease is the number one health issue in many countries. Some attribute it to poor nutrition, others to stress, or even a combination of both. There are many things that are bad for the heart, but there are also many things that are good. One of them is […]