Author: Cynthia Jan

Parsley, Carrot & Raisin Salad

Parsley Carrot & Raisin Salad I love this salad! It’s fresh, tasty and easy to make. Also great when you’re meal planning to add it in as a “salad of the week”. When I make this salad, I make a large batch, it lasts at least 5 days in the fridge and serves as part Read More

Green Scrambled Egg

Leafy greens are such an important part of our daily diets. Leafy greens such as beet greens, dandelion greens, collards, mustard greens, turnip greens, spinach, Swiss chard, rapini, kale, etc. are rich in vitamins A, C, E and K, dietary fiber, antioxidants, chlorophyll and beta-carotene. The darker green they are, the better. Aiming for one Read More

Paleo Carrot Cake Muffins

I love carrot cake, always have and always will, but the conventional cakes are loaded with wheat, sugar and other toxic substances. And forget about the cream cheese frosting, my body will not agree. I decided to work with coconut flour, experiment a little and see what I could create. These are the result and Read More


ARE YOU ALWAYS TIRED? Does this sound like you? And even with sleep, you still can’t pick up your feet? If this is the case, here are some things you’ll want to investigate with your doctor to get to the root cause and not just treat the symptoms. 1. LACK OF SLEEP: what is stopping Read More


We often hear that the eyes are the window to our soul, but I’ll add that eyes are also the window to our health! By luck, I recently came across an Iridologist, Tammy Rutheford Ward and obtained a reading from her. She looked at my eyes, and those of my family, in detail and was Read More

Pineapple Mango Ice Cream

Summer weather is the perfect time for this type of treat! I made this delicious pineapple mango ice cream! It’s so delicious! Pineapple is great and besides being an immune booster, it contains an enzyme called bromelain, great for reducing swelling and inflammation! If you suffer from joint pain, make sure to include pineapple in Read More

Liver Health

Liver health is so important! Here is a post about the liver’s numerous jobs! Next post will be focus on foods and supplements that help your liver be at it’s best! Any of you have liver issues, or worries? Read More

Chocolate Hazelnut Spread

Move over Nutella! This homemade hazelnut spread is delicious and easy to make, and of course much healthier.  Ingredients: 1 cup hazelnuts (pre-soaked) 1 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil (melted) 4 tablespoons cacao powder 1/3 cup + 2 tablespoons maple syrup (or honey) 1/4 cup hemp milk or coconut milk or water 1/8 tsp salt Directions: Read More

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

Chocolate Avocado Pudding Who loves pudding?!?!? I do, my kids do, my husband does, my neighbors do, frankly I think everyone loves pudding! But commercial made puddings are full of additives and chemicals, so what is one to do! Make your own, it’s really quick and delicious. It’s a great way to get your children Read More

Spicy Beet Gazpacho

Spicy Beet Gazpacho I love a cold soup! And what’s great about this soup is that its base is beets, a liver super food! The liver is responsible for numerous processes in the body, and very important ones for that matter, like detoxifying toxins and excess estrogen, converting Thyroid hormones from T4 to T3–the ones Read More

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