Living a Healthy Lifestyle can be Fun & Easy!
This is the space where I share my passion for food, health and personal development.
I love cooking and creating healthy gluten-free recipes with fresh, seasonal produce. Eating whole foods like our ancestors used to eat means no dieting, counting calories, or deprivation. Changing my lifestyle helped me overcome years of chronic health problems. I discovered that healing and transformation can happen when you detox your body and your life.
I hope you find inspiration to become the best version of yourself here!
♦ Latest Posts ♦
These grain-free paleo shortbread cookies are made with coconut flour and almond flour. Grass-fed butter and a chocolate glaze makes them melt in your mouth. I've been busy experimenting in the kitchen to come up with some healthier Holiday treats as I don't feel good...read more
This Crock-Pot Chicken Taco recipe is made with healthy ingredients and is gluten-free and paleo friendly. It's a great easy weeknight dinner, and the flavorful, tender shredded chicken can be used for other Mexican dishes such as enchiladas or soup. The great thing...read more
I decided to do this nail polish review because I haven’t been very careful about checking the ingredients in my nail polishes in the past--I've given more priority to the length of wear and color choices. The “natural” ones I’d tried didn't have nice colors or wear...read more
It seems like it just went from summer to winter here in Oklahoma, and the minute Halloween was over, Thanksgiving arrived. I don’t know about you, but as much as I love this time of year, it can be pretty stressful. When there’s so much on our to-do lists, things...read more
A festive salad with acorn squash, avocado, pecans, and crunchy red promegranate seeds for a colorful, crunchy touch. It's a great addition to your Thanksgiving table. If you like to eat healthy like me but will be eating at a family member's house for Thanksgiving...read more
Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Sweet Potatoes and Bacon sweetened with maple syrup is a great combination and makes an ideal holiday side dish. Brussels Sprouts as a side dish at the holidays has always been a tradition for me, but I haven't cooked at Thanksgiving for...read more
This Paleo Cranberry Sauce is sweetened with maple syrup or honey and has fresh ingredients and is healthier and tastier than the canned version. Making your own cranberry sauce takes a bit longer than opening a can, but it only takes about 20 minutes and can be made...read more
No Bake Vegan Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars with a pecan and date crust and a creamy pumpkin and cashew cheesecake filling. Naturally sweetened, Paleo, dairy free and gluten free. I like to eat pumpkin in all kinds of recipes all year long, not just in the fall, plus it's...read more
I recently tried my first float tank and loved it so much, I wanted to share my experience. I first heard about float tanks/sensory deprivation several years ago when a massage therapist recommended I try it (the reason being I couldn’t relax and she didn’t want to...read more
In this post, I share some tips for a healthy brain from the recent Broken Brain docuseries. The topic was of particular interest to me as I’ve been working on trying to fix my brain for the past couple of years after being exposed to toxic mold. Fortunately, I’m...read more
The weather has turned cold here in Oklahoma, so it's time to start thinking about soup. As winter squash are abundant right now, I decided to make a batch of this Butternut Squash with Coconut Milk, which I've been making for years and don't even look at a recipe...read more
This low-carbohydrate taco salad with ground beef is adapted from The Bulletproof Diet by Dave Asprey. It's much healthier than the version you get in restaurants that usually comes in a fried flour shell with beans and cheese and is just as tasty. Plus the ground...read more