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Nutrition

Healthy Eating Habits

April 26 2017

Check out this video on healthy eating by vlogger Miss Liz Heart for recipe ideas and tips!

Eating healthier doesn't have to be a drastic change. Small changes like switching out certain ingredients in a dish can make a difference in your healthy eating journey.

Mentioned Products and Recipes:

Barbara's Bakery, Cheese Puffs, Jalapeño

Better Than Bouillon, Superior Touch, Beef Base

Big Tree Farms, Organic Coconut Sugar, Blonde

Harney & Sons, Organic Peppermint Tea, Caffeine Free

Kevala, Organic Sesame Tahini

Lotus Foods, Organic Millet & Brown Rice Ramen

MaraNatha, Organic Peanut Butter, Creamy

Mestemacher, Sunflower Seed Bread with Whole Rye Kernels

Natural Vitality, Natural Calm, The Anti-Stress Drink, Original

Organic India, Turmeric Formula, Healthy Inflammation Response

Other iHerb Favorites:

Bare Fruit, Crunchy Coconut Chips, Chocolate Bliss

deSIAM, Thai Sauce Peanut & Coconut

Sunfood, Superfoods, Raw Vegan Coconut Wraps

BREAKFAST RECIPE: Peanut Butters Foster

SNACK RECIPE: Sundried Tomato & Pine Nut Hummus

  • 2T sun-dried tomato
  • 3T extra virgin olive oil
  • 1/2 large or 1 small garlic clove
  • 2-3T pine nuts
  • 1 large lemon juice
  • 1 8oz can of chickpea
  • 2.5T of tahini
  • sea salt to taste

* Blend garlic, sundried tomato and olive oil until a paste is created. Then add lemon juice, chickpeas, tahini, salt and pine nuts. Blend on high until creamy. If it's too thick add water or some of the chickpea juice. Serve and garnish with lemon, olive oil, sundried tomato and pine nuts. Enjoy!

DINNER: Healthy Homemade Ramen

* Saute onion, chive, garlic, mushrooms and turkey dog in oil on medium high until onion is translucent. Add desired amount of water, beef paste and bring to a boil. Add noodles and cook for 2 minutes then turn stove off. Add egg and let sit on stove for 3-4 minutes while the egg and noodles continue to cook. Serve and top with remaining chives!

Reference:

Liz is a lifestyle and beauty video blogger. Check out her YouTube channel here.

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