Making major changes to your eating habits takes patience and work. Getting your family on board is a great way to help everyone eat healthier. But it’s not always easy!
Making beer at home in small batches is attainable without having to buy large amounts of specialized equipment. Even better? Home-brewed beer is Unprocessed!
Unprocessed does not always equal healthy. Case in point? Sugar and salt.
Kelp may very well be the next “It” food! Known as wakame, arame, kelp, hijiki, seaweed is a staple ingredient in Japanese cooking and is prized for its salty, umami character in the culinary world.
This garbanzo flour quiche is plant-based, cruelty-free, climate-friendly and has never done any time in the slammer.
Rita Black shares three “mind hacks” and a free hypnosis session to break your sugar habit.
Today, Wendy shares with us how mindful eating can affect areas of your life, other than diet and nutrition. See how she applies the October Unprocessed Challenge to her life and how it helps her be more productive.
In 2012 my wife and I decided to shake things up. We were both overly stressed, overworked, overweight, and over our urban existence. Our lifestyle and environment were sending us down a path of misery and discomfort and we needed to make some changes. I started by growing vegetables. We added beehives and a chicken coop and it was soon beginning to look a bit like a farm. Once we had a good handle on the veggies, eggs, and honey […]