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Hearty Healthy Homemade Granola Bars

by Alanna Ketler | It is tough to find a decent granola bar in regular grocery stores. Most of what’s available is loaded with sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and preservatives. You can find some healthier alternatives at the health food store, but then you end up having to spend an arm and a leg for something that is actually so simple to ...

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Easy Nut Butter Recipe

by Samantha Keene | If it were possible to send a jar of this nut butter to everyone reading out there, I would do it in a heartbeat. This stuff is life-changing. Imagine the best nut butter you’ve ever had… then multiply it by 100, and subtract all the sugar. That’ll get you close. These days most people are aware of the ...

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Sour Cream & Onion Kale Chips Recipe

by Anna Rodgers Ahh kale. How many of us adore thee. You are beautiful – indeed the epitome of the best kind of “leafy green” – and jam-packed with super nutrition. You also happen to taste rather amazing! Did You Know: A single cup of raw kale (about 67 grams or 2.4 ounces) contains (1): Vitamin A: 206% of the RDA ...

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The Ultimate Guilt-Free Vegan Nacho Dip

by Jeff Roberts | The day I decided to embrace a plant-based diet was the day I said farewell to one of my dearest true loves, nachos. Perhaps this was a good decision for many reasons, but I couldn’t help but envision all of the guilty pleasures that were now exiled from the temptatious depths of my belly. Little did I know those ...

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3 Amazing Energy Bars You Can Whip Up In Your Kitchen

by OrganicOlivia | Have you been to the energy bar section of the grocery store lately? There are literally hundreds to choose from, and many contain ingredients that we don’t necessarily want to eat (or worse – can’t pronounce!). While a few undesirable components won’t kill us, things like ‘natural flavors’ and ‘citric acid’ aren’t whole food items we’d keep in ...

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Maca Superfood Energy Bars

Kaitlin Condon | Snack time can be a big struggle for people who are on a diet. Mid-afternoon slumps at work cause an energy dip, which leads to the search for something that will re-energize the body. Maybe you reach for a bag of chips, a few cookies or whatever you can find in the vending machine, but snack breaks typically involve ...

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