Turmeric: Natural Pain Killer! 

  Turmeric, the main spice in curry is said to be the most powerful herb in the universe at battling and helping to reverse disease.  It has so many healing powers, which makes turmeric one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs in all of science. Ohh my! It is believed and studies have been Read More …

Dandelions Help to Strengthen Bones!

   Yep, Dandelions! One of my juicing “go to greens!!” Build strong bones with these beauties!  🔑Dandelion plant is a powerful healer, used to purify the blood, settle digestion and prevent piles and gall stones 🔑provide 535 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin K, which may be the most important source of any Read More …

Natural Viagra – Beets! 

   Many plants are still considered an aphrodisiac and have been known to be used for medicinal purposes. Beets can increase blood flow due to their nitrates. Increased blood flow to the genital areas is one of the mechanisms Viagra and other pharmaceuticals create their effects.  Beets also contain high amounts of boron, which is Read More …

Bananas Relieve Stress

   Bananas are a natural stress reducer! Potassium is a vital mineral, which helps normalize the heartbeat, sends oxygen to the brain and regulates your body’s water balance. When we are stressed, our metabolic rate rises, thereby reducing our potassium levels. These can be rebalanced with the help of a high-potassium banana snack. Need more Read More …

Green Beans Contain Phytoestrogens Contributing to Anti-Aging! 

  Benefits of Phytoestrogens: 🔑Produce Collagen, Elastin, and Hyaluronic acid, All Three of which are Essential to Acquiring Younger and Healthier skin 🔑Can Regulate Hormones after Menopause, Relieve Hot Flashes, and Prevent Osteoporosis.  Need more natural Phytoestrogen in your diet? Here is an alternative because One size fits all doesn’t work with fashion or nutritional programs. Read More …

Brussels Sprouts, a good source of Protein Iron and Potassium  

 Brussels sprouts, a vegetable, are packed with antioxidants that promotes good health are also low in calories, while offering protein, vitamins and minerals to support your health  Calories, Fat and Protein In 1/2 cup of boiled, unsalted brussels sprouts, you get just 28 calories and only trace amounts of fat. Eating Brussels sprouts as a Read More …

Avocados are Very High in Potassium!

  🔑An Avocado is a fruit!  A berry at that! 🔑An Avocado has More Potassium Than A Banana! Yep, a single avocado has 975 milligrams of potassium, while a banana, well-known for being loaded with potassium, delivers just half that, with 487 milligrams per large fruit.   🔑Avocados Are One Of A Few High-Protein Fruits. Read More …

Pinto Beans – Weather Permitted 

   Did you know a half-cup of cooked pinto beans offers about 8 grams of protein, about half a gram of fat and no cholesterol, making pinto beans a good alternative to animal proteins, which are higher in unhealthy saturated fats.  As a DC Girl now living in the South, the weather has been chili Read More …

Mushrooms and Weight Loss! 

   Weight Loss and Mushrooms! Did you know that mushrooms provide lean protein and is one of the greatest additions to your diet to lose weight, while still building muscle. Would you believe me if I said that a completely lean protein diet is ideal for losing fat and building muscle mass? Most fats are Read More …

Roasted Crunchy Chickpeas – Snack!

Ditch the potato chips for these Roasted Crunchy Chickpeas snack. So Delish and packed with proteins and fiber. A great On-the-Go Healthy Snack! 1 can chickpeas, EVOO, cayenne pepper, freshly squeezed juice from a lemon and sea salt to taste. Roast for 15 minutes at 450 degrees or bake at 450 for 25 minutes. Enjoy!  Read More …

Ohh My Vegan Christmas Dinner!

   Ohh My Vegan Christmas Dinner! #ohhlicious! I don’t eat like this often but when I do, I do!!! 💚. It’s how I was raised!!   Today, I love that I can prepare vegan sides for my family to enjoy as non vegans. I love that I grew up loving spices from my Grandmother Gussie’s Read More …

OM’s Glow Food – Turmeric! 

 Turmeric, the main spice in curry is said to be the most powerful herb in the universe at battling and helping to reverse disease.  It has so many healing powers, which makes turmeric one of the most frequently mentioned medicinal herbs in all of science. Ohh my! It is believed and studies have been conducted Read More …

Thanksgiving Leftovers… Ohh My!

Don’t Waste, Rather Allocate! Each year around this time I see the grocery store filled with people shopping for thanksgiving. Shopping carts are filled to the rim with some shoppers pulling two carts of food. I tend to think we over shop; I know I do, making sure there is more than enough food for Read More …

Ohh Eats… Lima Bean Soup!

Love Lima Bean Soup, We Do! Lima beans has always been a “go to” dish in my home.  It’s flavorful and I enjoy combining both butter beans (original name) with green lima beans for an intense lima bean taste. Three reasons I enjoy lima beans is because they are really low in fat; contain no Read More …

OHH EATS! Pesto Pasta – Gluten-Free, Plant-Based and Flavorful!

Ohh Eats! Gluten Free Basil Pesto Pasta! I absolutely love PASTA and over the years have eliminated white pasta due to its, for lack of better words, “no nutritional value”.   My favorite versions of pasta have been rice pasta, quinoa pasta, soba noodles, and sprouted whole grain, just to name a select few. I Read More …

Warm Marinated Salad! Ohh Kale Collards & Pears

I recently purchased an organic bag of collards and kale and while salads are eaten in our house almost daily, the cold side of the climate is affecting not just the Northeast but the Southeast as well. I’m always looking for creative ways to eat salads and what better way than to enjoy a warm Read More …