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Kale and Butternut Squash Saute FI

Kale and Butternut Squash Sauté Recipe

Here is the easiest and most nutrient-dense recipe for you to add to a main dish as a side, or as a vegetarian entree. You can’t really go wrong with kale and butternut squash. A simple, vegetable-heavy dish that will leave you feeling satisfied and not overly full.

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Start Your Fall With This Pear & Ginger Compote

It’s the time of year to start bringing out the blankets, snuggling up, and eating something warm and delicious. But just because it’s pie season, that doesn’t mean you have to over-do it with sugar and calories. This compote slow-cooks its own sugars from the pears to create a yummy, sticky sweet treat. Use it as pie filling, jam, or eat it on its own!

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Top 5 Essential Oils For Dressing Up Your Water

Drinking enough water is one of our most basic and critical health needs.  In fact, 75% of Americans are dehydrated, which is why I’ve written an entire book on Water Infusions.  Being properly hydrated can help to boost metabolism and energy, promotes healthy digestive and immune systems, helps to flush out toxins, improve skin complexion, and much more.

Essential Oils work in a variety of ways to promote health and well-being for the body and mind.  These powerful oils can be applied topically, diffused into the air, and even ingested internally. (Take caution, not all brands, and not all essential oils can be ingested internally.  Read why I only recommend doTERRA oils for internal consumption.)  Due to the benefits of staying hydrated, one of the best ways to go about adding essential oils to your diet in a safe and effective manner is by adding them to water to create tasty, flavorful drinks.  These essential oils can be added in place of, or along with fruit, in water infusions.  Who said water has to be boring??

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Try Grilling Your Salad With This Romaine Recipe

Okay, this might not be the first thing that occurs to you to do to a head of romaine, but bear with me. Grilling the romaine leaves gives your salad a delicious richness you wouldn’t expect. Be careful with them on the grill though! The leaves wilt and char quickly. Top with feta, cherry tomatoes, walnuts, and a balsamic vinaigrette, and you have a perfect smoky grilled salad.

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