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Paleo Pancakes

May 13, 2020
Paleo Pancake

PALEO PANCAKES with wild bluebs & coconut flakes😍✨recipe below as follows using Udo’s oil in a special way FRANCESCA CONFORTI @franniesfoodfreedom is a Holistic Nutritionist, Yoga teacher and Master of Neurolinguistic programming.

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Burmese Ginger Salad

May 7, 2020

Have you ever tried a Burmese Ginger salad? This is my take featuring Flora’s Udo’s Oil 3.6.9 Blend. I’ve been enjoying this nutritious salad with all my main courses and it can be a lunch on its own too. I always make sure to have my daily dose of omega’s and Udo’s Oil makes it easy. Each serving provides the omega-3 and omega-6 essential fatty acids (EFAs) the body needs but cannot make on its own. EDGAR CASTREJON @edgarraw is…

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7 (+1) Spring Skincare Tips

May 5, 2020

Winter can do a real number on your skin. Between the cold, dry air outside and the hot, dry air inside, your skin can resemble the Sahara by the time it’s over. The mild days of spring have probably already brought some relief, so now’s the time to seize the day and finish the job. To help your skin stay healthy this spring, follow these 7 tips for everyone — plus a bonus tip for folks with varicose veins. 1….

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Build Up Your [Good] Fat Layer

January 31, 2020

Healthy Fats Support Us Inside and Out Healthy fats have always been considered seasonally appropriate food in fall and winter. Healthy dietary fats protect skin from the ravages of cold winter weather and hold moisture in the skin. Under the surface, fats support healthy organ function. Deeper still, essential omega-3 and -6 fats (ALA and LA, like the ones in Udo’s oil) are integral to the structure of the membranes around every human cell. Fatty Acids are Functional These omega-dependant…

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Sweet Potato Overnight Oats

January 27, 2020

These simple sweet potato overnight oats are naturally sweeter and creamier than plain oats and provide a serving of orange veggies, so eat up! The balanced recipe macros (approx. 360 Calories, 44.5 g carbs, 15.7 g fat, 14 g protein) make it a great option for pre or post workout. This also makes a great breakfast for the whole family, including little munchkins. These Sweet Potato Overnight Oats provide healthy fatty acids and protein for those picky carb kings and…

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Making Healthy Eating Easy

January 2, 2020

5 Types of Food You Should Be Eating Regularly Healthy eating can be puzzling when nutritional advice changes all the time. The good news is you don’t need to go on the latest fad diet to eat well. (In fact, you probably shouldn’t!) Just make sure to include these five rock stars of nutrition in your diet on the regular, and you’ll be ahead of the game. 1. Faithful Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and vegetables are some of the healthiest…

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Plant-Based Sushi Rolls

September 5, 2019
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When the heat kicks in and I can’t bear to turn the oven on, I turn to sushi rolls that require minimal cooking and can be served cold! This vibrant colored plant-based sushi recipe utilizes the nutritional power of Udo’s Oil to assist in nutrient absorption and skin, joint, and brain health.* Lindsey Young is a registered holistic nutritionist, advocate for intuitive eating, and functional food recipe creator. For the original hot cacao post and more delicious recipes, follow her on…

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Green Garden Sauce

August 29, 2019
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When your garden herbs are growing like crazy, use them in this rich and satisfying, healthy green dressing. It makes a spoon-stands-up-in-it-thick sauce that works best on power bowls, Buddha bowls, and hearty salads or tossed into a pasta salad. Our Mediterranean bowl was made with a tarragon-based sauce, but basil would make a good alternative. Pair the herbs in the sauce with the bowl: Indonesian, Thai, or Vietnamese street-food style bowls may pair well with sweet basil or anise-y…

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Health Recipes

Citrus & Mint Vinaigrette

April 18, 2019

Good quality oils can make such a difference to your diet. Even if you only change this one thing, I believe you’ll feel different. This includes: Not using oils to cook with that shouldn’t be heated (flax, canola, modified vegetable oils, margarine) Respecting an oil’s smoke point – olive oil has a smoke point of 350 F, so it can be used for light sautéing or cooking under that temperature, whereas flax oil shouldn’t be heated due to its sensitive…

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