Anti-Inflammatory Warm Turmeric Drink

May 1, 2017 By

This creamy, warm turmeric drink is truly one of my ultimate favorites for recovery and restoration, especially during these cold winter months! It is a delicious, anti-inflammatory boost for your body. Here’s why I love it and why I know you’ll love it too. Not only is it delicious and comforting but the superfood powers of turmeric truly unleash great recovery…


Thanksgiving Menu Planning Made Simple & Healthy

November 12, 2016 By

Thanksgiving tradition means something different to each and every one of us. However, there is one thing that I know we all have in common when it comes to Thanksgiving Day: whether you’re the event planner, the chef, or dessert connoisseur of the family, we all come together around one main focus besides spending time together that day: FOOD…and lots…


Superfood-Infused Sprouted Hummus From Scratch

April 28, 2016 By

Hummus is an ancient food, possibly first consumed in Egypt as early as the thirteenth century. I’ve seen hummus eaten as a healthy part of the diets of many healthy populations living around the world, especially the Middle East. I have my own version to share in this greens-focused recipe! The foundation of hummus recipes are six ingredients: chickpeas, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, sea…


Make a Superfood-Filled Holiday Cranberry Sauce

November 13, 2015 By

Cranberries have amazing health benefits, but the one downside to cranberries is that they are hard to eat without sugar. Just a ¼ cup of jellied cranberry sauce has 24 grams of sugar in it. Worse yet, it will be in the form of high fructose corn syrup! Even if your family celebrates with a secret homemade family recipe, it…


How To Soak Chia Seeds Overnight

October 23, 2015 By

Chia seeds are amazing. They are one of my foundational superfoods that you can eat every day to add nutritional support and health benefits to your SuperLife. If you are going to eat chia seeds, I highly recommend that you soak them! Soaking chia seeds “sprouts” them and breaks down “enzyme inhibitors” that protect the seeds. RELATED READING: Why You…


Shishito Pepper Snackers

August 12, 2015 By

There’s nothing like seasonal snacking – eating food picked at the peak of its freshness and ready to eat! Corn tastes sweeter, raspberries are juicier, tomatoes are softer, and peppers are crisper!  And it is so good for you because it is FRESH! “The best definition of fresh food is produce that hasn’t been lying around too long before we…


Antioxidant-Rich Pomegranate Green Tea Recipe

July 18, 2015 By

Pomegranates, one of the oldest known fruits, are a nutrient dense, antioxidant rich powerhouse! Studies have found that the pomegranate is one of the most beneficial fruits for overall good health. Besides being a food with skin-protecting benefits, pomegranates have potent anti-cancer and immune-supporting effects, along with decreasing cholesterol, cardiac risk, and blood pressure. This fruit is also showing promise for…


How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

June 8, 2015 By

At SuperLife, one of the top questions we’ve been asked is about what to eat and what not to eat. Eating healthy takes on a whole new dimension with travel. It is so easy to load up on the food that is easily accessible, but this hurts your body – leading to potential weight gain, sluggishness, and di-sease. Your body…


5 Minute Blueberry Green Apple Mixup

April 21, 2015 By

When you are starving, flavor can take a backseat to anything fast. But that doesn’t have to be the case. You could eat blueberries and an apple and call it a day, but when you take under 5 minutes to cut up the apple and add some great spices, you’re looking at a snack time fruit salad that’s deserving of…