Natural Health and Wellness for the Whole Family


Green Goddess Soup

By Sarah Axtell, ND on February 28, 2016

When you are sick of salads but yet you still want to consume cleansing green leafies, try this soup! This makes a big batch so you can enjoy during the week for an easy lunch and freeze some for later. Nutrition facts: This soup is… Read More

Matcha Green Tea Smoothie

By Sarah Axtell, ND on November 22, 2015

Matcha is a form of green tea made from skillfully cultivated, shade-grown tea leaves that have been meticulously stone-ground into a fine powder. It is concentrated in antioxidants. It also speeds up the metabolism, aiding in weight loss. Morning is the best time to enjoy… Read More

Green Beans with Citrus-Sesame Sauce

By Sarah Axtell, ND on October 25, 2015

As Thanksgiving is approaching, you might consider serving this in place of the traditional (and not so healthy!) green bean casserole. This side dish takes 10 minutes max. The Citrus-Sesame Sauce is good on any veggies, but I particularly like it on green beans. You… Read More

Easy Quinoa Egg Muffins

By Sarah Axtell, ND on October 2, 2015

A high-protein breakfast can have many benefits to our bodies. Eating a protein-rich breakfast helps you feel full and satisfied longer and keep your blood-sugar levels steady throughout the day.  It can also optimize your brain’s ability to send messages to the rest of your… Read More

Broccoli Meatballs

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 3, 2015

Not every meal needs to contain meat. I do think “happy meat” (grass-fed, organic) can be included as part of a healthy diet. Eating sustainably-raised, “happy meat” is not likely harmful and can be beneficial by stabilizing blood sugar, increasing HDL (or good cholesterol), decreasing… Read More

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