How to Transition to Non-Toxic Products in 2019

How to Transition to Non-Toxic Products in 2019

Is it just me or does it seem like everyone is hyper-focused on living a healthier lifestyle these days? We are constantly seeing new products and ideas to help cleanse our body and mind.  Sorry, I’m not sorry, but they are onto something!

Once you open your eyes to the world of natural living, you’ll begin to see just how many chemicals we’re exposing ourselves to on a daily basis.  Just when we thought we could rely on our “all natural” facial cleanser or “organic” body lotion, we may have been deceived – sneaky, I know.

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An Easy & Healthy Meal: The Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl

An Easy & Healthy Meal: The Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl

There are so many poke bowl varieties today but one of my all time favorites is the classic Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl.  This bowl is jammed packed with healthy ingredients, and it tastes delicious too.  We can all thank Hawaii for our Poke Bowl influence.  In Hawaii, these bowls are an every day comfort food.  They are traditionally served with the catch of the day, served similar to sashimi, but tossed in some yummy soy and vinegar sauce.  All of the other ingredients are typically served a la carte, allowing you to pick and the choose your toppings. Continue reading “An Easy & Healthy Meal: The Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl”

For the love of Matcha.

For the love of Matcha.

There is so much love right now between Matcha and I.  I first tried Matcha at Starbucks when I was curious about what a ‘Green Tea Latte’ was.  I love lattes and green tea, so I thought I’d give it a try.  It was light, creamy, and had a hint of the green tea flavor – simply divine.  Traditionally, Matcha is not prepared with any sugar or milk, but I honestly don’t know if I could drink it any other way.  Without these additions, it can be a little bitter.  Matcha is a bit stronger than brewed tea since it is essentially dissolved tea leaves.  However with regular tea, the leaves are discarded after brewing. Continue reading “For the love of Matcha.”