Summer app

Miso is full of nutrients, beneficial bacteria and enzymes. Simply mix equal parts with lime juice for a refreshing dip with crudités.

Enjoy Fruit in Peak Season

Get the best price, taste and nutritional value when produce is in season. Peaches are a good source of fiber, vitamin A, niacin and potassium. They are sweet, juicy, at their peak and great alone, in smoothies and salads!

Blueberries

Enjoy them alone, on whole grain waffles, in yogurt or salads. They taste best in season, are low in calories and high in antioxidants!

Refreshing summer snack

Love honeydew cold and ripe. A wedge provides half of recommended daily allowance for vitamin C  and only 64 calories.

Summer Hydration

Mix 7 parts of water with 1 part of this delicious cashew concentrate from Brazil. Cashews are heart healthy, a good source of monounsaturated fat and contain magnesium which helps regulate nerve and muscle tone. Love my infuser from Aldi’s in which I added a refreshing combo of fresh lime and ginger. Ginger combats inflammation…

Fav Pasta Dish

Made my fav pasta sauce with lean grass fed ground beef, onions, crushed tomatoes and fresh basil and served it over green beans and organic edamame spaghetti. Loaded with protein, fiber and lycopene and gluten free. 

Watermelon

Since it is 91%percent water, it is a great summer snack. It also contains more lycopene than raw tomatoes and contains L-citrulene which she helps protect against muscle pain.

Mezze Platter

Combined Kalamata olives, cucumbers,roasted red peppers, hummus, feta cheese and tabouleh for a great summer platter to serve with whole wheat pita.

Tabouleh

Simply soaked bulgur in a lemon and olive oil dressing for 2 hours and added fresh chopped: tomatoes, cucumbers, red onion and mint with parsley.Perfect side dish with any summer meal or simply add grilled fish or chicken!