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Memorial Day is coming up! Before we know it, the kids will be out of school and the chaos of summer will start (moms, you know what I mean). All of the craziness can make it difficult to keep up with your health goals.

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almond bread

Remarkably simple to make – and quick – this microwave mini almond bread recipe is an alternative to store bought bread, high in fiber, rich in protein, and has far less sugar than most of the things you find on the shelf.

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Moist, delicious, super simple Banana Cacao Muffins are here!These are perfect for on the go breakfast for the kiddos. No refined sugars and loaded with healthy fats that will satisfy you and your kids. They won’t even notice that they are not loaded with preservatives and other additives like the store bought ones.

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Did you say Chocolate?? I’ve got my favorite NL Berry and Nut Rocky Road Bars just for you. My chocolate cravings are in full force right now. I am not sure if it is because of the holidays or just my typical chocolate cravings. Either way I always like to create something new and fun to satisfy that sweet tooth.

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These almond butter chocolate cookies are insanely good. You will only need 1 bowl and 9 ingredients to make these. I grew up on Nestle’s tollhouse cookies and wanted a healthier version that I could indulge in without the guilt. Who didn’t grow up on Nestle tollhouse cookies?

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healthy snacks

Chronic inflammation is a serious, modern condition due to the Standard American Diet (SAD) – and due to our over-stressed lives, both external and internal.. External stressors include lack of sleep, overflowing email boxes at work, over scheduled children, and so on. Internal stressors include food sensitivities, inflammation, and prescription drugs (just to name a few).

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This dark chocolate gluten free granola is super simple to make with only 9 ingredients and roughly 30 minutes to make. The best part is that you only need to use one bowl.

My kids are addicted to this granola because it is:

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One of the most common questions I get from clients is, “What should I eat post-workout?” I know many of my clients look to grab protein bars or protein smoothies but many of these items can be high in high fructose corn syrup and other preservatives. Most protein powders do more harm than good because of all of the synthetic amino acids and other processed and artificial ingredients they contain.

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sugarlessgummies

These little cuties were made with coconut milk and gelatin that I happened to have in my refrigerator. I was craving something a little sweet so I decided to make these little yoga gummies for myself and my daughter. This is a fun and easy activity to do with your son or daughter and enjoy snacking on together without the guilt.

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