One of our specialties is recreating favorite foods to accommodate for different health needs and dietary restrictions. We believe comfort foods and family favorites can be enjoyed no matter what needs you may have, without forfeiting flavor and adding nutritional benefits. This Mac N No-Cheese recipe is a mouth-watering healthy version of macaroni and cheese and it utilizes nutritional yeast - find out more about the health benefits of this amazing ingredients, along with the recipe by clicking "Read more" !
This article is to inspire us to take control of our health as a preventative measure against cancer and for those who are experiencing cancer now, we hope to empower you with some nutrition and lifestyle information you can use now.
Cancer is among the leading causes of death worldwide. In 2012, there were 14 million new cases and 8.2 million cancer-related deaths worldwide. The number of new cancer cases will rise to 22 million within the next two decades. 
I made the decision to pursue becoming a Certified Nutrition Coach (CNC) to further my education, also to be able to offer more to my clients by being able to share knowledge/information and help them achieve their nutritional and diet goals.
Have you heard of sprouted grains or soaking your grains? Do you know why it can be beneficial to your health and your time to sprout or soak your grains? Chef Brett shares a few reasons behind soaking and sprouting grains and a simple how-to.
Chef Kristen shares 5 benefits of thyme that go beyond the standard uses like extra flavoring for chicken or garnish on a plate. These benefits span from medicinal purposes to skin care, including easing respiratory infections and coughs (take that COVID-19!). Read on for all of the benefits...
Eating Healthy to Fight off Cancer and Taking a Look at the Benefits of Eating an Anti-Angiogenic Diet by Chef Dan
There is no denying the fact that a healthy diet can help lower your risk of cancer as well as helping to slow the growth of some cancers for those that have already been diagnosed. Fruits and berries, cruciferous vegetables, legumes, carrots, flax seeds, certain spices like turmeric and cinnamon, all contain a variety of cancer fighting properties that can help you in vital ways to stay healthy. Sticking to a fresh and organic plant-based diet, cutting out most of your red meat consumption, eating fish, vegetable and nut proteins are key steps to take when thinking about cancer prevention.
Whole Health Everyday is Teaming Up With Fitness Propelled!
On Thursday April 16th 11am PST, Chef Abby is collaborating with fitness pro Geoff Rubin, Owner at Fitness Propelled for a one-of-a-kind video lesson! This very special lesson will be held on Zoom for only 6 lucky people for an interactive class that starts with Geoff demonstrating no-equipment exercises you can do from the comfort of your home, then Abby will teach you how to make Poached Salmon with Herbed Caper Vinaigrette. You can find the recipe by clicking "Read more".
Want to sign up? Just contact us and ask to join in! We will send you a Zoom link and complete instructions.
The Coronavirus is in full swing right now and many of us are under stay at home or shelter in place orders. It’s easy to fall into the stress and panic of a global pandemic. So, taking active measures to stay positive and healthy is monumentally helpful for both you and your loved ones. Easier said than done, right?
Keep your immune-boosting smoothie kick going with this great recipe by Chef Abby! It includes ingredients with incredible health benefits:
Spinach - Provides B Vitamins and iron, which your body uses to make blood cells
Mango - Contains Vitamins A and C which help make your overall immune system stronger
Dark Fruits - Contains phytochemicals which strengthen your immune system and can help fight cancer
Carrots - High in Vitamin A
Ginger - Good for gut health and can sooth an upset stomach
These smoothies contain immune boosting benefits!
Cardamon - Has virus-fighting manganese plus minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins (like Vitamin C) that help detoxify blood, aid your digestive system and support your immune system.
Turmeric - Is wonderful because it has antioxidants, antibacterial, antiviral, anti-carcinogenic, and anti-inflammatory properties that all help to prevent and fight diseases.
Cinnamon - Did you know cinnamon has the highest amount of antioxidants among the most popular herbs and spices? It contains manganese, iron, fiber, calcium, vitamin K and has anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-diabetic benefits that all support a strong immune system.
Nutmeg - This ingredient also has antioxidants that benefit your immune system. Nutmeg is rich in potassium, calcium, iron, and manganese that help your digestive system and joint pain (in addition to there immune boosting powers!).
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