I love this healthier comfort food recipe because it packs the nutrition of tomatoes and olive oil, and is full of protein from chicken and lentil pasta. The Mediterranean-inspired ingredients in this warming, filling dish make it simple to enjoy a delicious, nutritious meal- it’s just what the doctor ordered.
An Italian and gluten-free spin on a classic favorite, this simple Italian meatloaf with oats recipe brings satisfying nutrition and deliciously hearty flavor to the table. I love a good meatloaf, but I enjoy it even more when it packs the extra power of a high vibrational marinara sauce.
There’s nothing quite like the slow warm-up from the inside out when eating a delicious and hearty fall soup. I love soups because they’re a great way to pack a lot of healthy nutrition into a single dish and they’re satisfying. Not to mention they make your house smell amazing while you’re cooking. Here are some of my favorite healthy fall soup recipes.
Whenever I go to an event, there’s always one question on my mind- where are the best appetizers? Here are five easy appetizer recipes that I love to serve guests, each incorporating high-vibrational foods or ingredients you can feel good about indulging in.
I don’t know about you, but there’s something about lemons that just makes me feel good. Maybe it’s their eye-catching color, their clean scent, or their refreshing citrus flavor. Or maybe I’m drawn to them because I instinctively know that the vibes lemons give off are just what I need to stay healthy.
High vibrational is a way of life…like organic, it means “close to Nature.” But high vibrational takes organic a step further by focusing on the energy of everything. Everything in the universe is made of vibrational energy, interactive subatomic particles; and everything we consume or surround ourselves with ultimately impacts our energy and health.
this vegetarian / vegan chili is one of my PAMM Diet all-stars! It’s a quick and easy way to help meet your veggie quota while warming you from the inside out on a chilly day.
As those of you with children or grandchildren know, sometimes broccoli an be a tough sell at dinnertime. However, broccoli is one of the healthiest foods we can eat! So how do we get them to try broccoli? Easy! Include it in a colorful recipe Here are 5 great broccoli recipes that I think will help you or a family member fall in love with “little, green trees”:
One of the healthiest, anti-inflammatory proteins you can get is fish… but there’s a big difference between farmed fish and wild-caught fish. Learn why wild-caught fish is the only type of fish that I’ll eat, and why you must be very careful when choosing fish at the market.