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Chai-Infused Pumpkin Keto Smoothie (low-carb, keto, vegan, paleo, nut-free + sugar-free)

Chai-Infused Pumpkin Keto Smoothie (low-carb, keto, vegan, paleo, nut-free + sugar-free)

Celebrating Non-GMO month with Natural Vitality and a tall Chai-Infused Pumpkin Keto Smoothie. Fresh pureed pumpkin, vanilla bean, chai tea and healthy fats round off this festive, refreshing, keto treat. Come meet me in Vancouver! I’ll be speaking at the Wellness Business Summit and I would love to spend time with you. I’ve created a…

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7 Foods You’ve Likely Never Thought To Add To A Smoothie

7 Foods You’ve Likely Never Thought To Add To A Smoothie

Limiting your smoothies to fruit, protein powder, nuts/seeds and a bit of spinach is no way to live. We need to broaden your smoothie vision ;) Your blender is begging you to try new things… and I bet your body is, too.

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An Inside Look At My Next Cookbook

An Inside Look At My Next Cookbook

When I’m asked what I do for a living, my response is always. I am a nutrition educator, blogger and recipe creator. But really? I show women how to have a liberated life on a restricted diet. Ultimately, my work is about empowering women to fall in love with themselves. I live to be the…

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12 Healthy Vegan Smoothies

12 Healthy Vegan Smoothies

To view 18 more Vegan Smoothie recipes, CLICK HERE. I’ve made my fair share of good (and horrible) smoothies over the years. Some I continue to make every couple of days and others I try to forget ever existed. I test, and test, and test again and when I’ve perfected the recipe–like, when I dream…

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Red Rooster Smoothie

Red Rooster Smoothie

I am in love with light smoothies right now. Just a touch of fruit, a little water, a bunch of veggies and; if my body needs it, a scoop of protein powder, seeds or healthy oils, and I’ve got a big, summertime smile painted right across my face.

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Triple Threat Green Smoothie

Triple Threat Green Smoothie

I always thought that a green smoothie had to be made with juice or milk. That it had to be sweet, thick and filling. And, because of the loads of healthy fats and protein, that a green smoothie just couldn’t be less than 300 calories.

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