Posts tagged healthy snack
Horseradish For Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Horseradish comes from the cabbage family. If you've had wasabi, more often than not, you've probably been eating horseradish rather than it's rarer cousin. If you're familiar with horseradish you know the heat it adds to dishes and the zing to your sinuses. 

Interestingly horseradish, now linked very clearly to its ability to fight cancer, is also known to reduce heartburn and alleviate GERD (gastro-intestinal reflux disorder), help with sinus issues and kidney function. Horseradish stimulates critical organs helping the body with digestion, respiration and detoxification.

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What's All The Fuss with Wellness Powders And Do They Actually Work

They've got ingredients with crazy names and big promises, so what are wellness powders?

A new kind of supplement has risen to popularity. Called wellness powders, magic dust or elixirs people are mixing and stirring them with water, coconut water or alternative milks and preaching their benefits. Like most supplements worth their salt they are not cheap but promise great things. 

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Simple Almond Butters Direct From The Farm

Unless you're local to Los Angeles, San Francisco or Santa Barbara farmers markets, you may not know of Fat Uncle Farms almond farm. In the almond business for over 50 years, the family has been producing raw, unpasteurized and pesticide free almonds in a variety of styles and flavors. 

Fat Uncle Farm's full farm direct store on Treatmo iOS app takes you through a delicious array of almond flavors from cajun to coconut. But from a basic level their almond butters are just simply delicious and super healthy.

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Hi-FiBar Snack Bars and Granola on a Mission to Help Families

When you take a trip to the grocery store to purchase snack food, you are very likely to encounter shelves of options that will ease those hunger pangs in the most delightful way possible. But will they making you feel any better?

Upon closer inspection of the ingredient list and nutrition information, you’ll find that many are loaded with high levels of sugar--much more in fact you reasonably need at any time of day. The high sugar content mixed with other processed food may leave you less energized and feeling tired. 

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