💕WELLNESS WEDNESDAY💕 EAT THE RAINBOW 🌈 And no I don’t mean Skittles 😜
Which fruits have you eaten today? 🍇🍌🍓🍐🍍🥝🍋🍑🥥🥒🍎🥑🍊🍏🍉
So what colours good for what?🌈
RED: To improve Heart, Blood, Bladder & Memory🍎
ORANGE: To prevent inflammation, Cancer & boost your Immune System🍊
YELLOW: To improve Skin, Eyesight & Digestion🍋
GREEN: To Detoxify, Fight free radicals & Cleanse your body🥒
PURPLE: To improve the Nervous System, Mineral Absorption & Antioxidants🍇
WHITE: To encourage good Cholesterol & Activate killer Cells🥥
Another mesmerizing stop motion from Anna of @anna.pelzer - Can’t stop watching this !
“Here is a way to keep yourself amused -- a fruit bowl with chocolate avocado pudding for dipping. I used @jasonwrobel's recipe from his book #eaternity for the chocolate pudding... it is my go to, and when I open the book it opens right up to that page. 😄 And if you are wondering where those 3 pieces of orange went to make room for the strawberries, the answer is straight into my mouth!
The best moment of the day: morning snack! 🙌 One protein ball gives you all the energy you need to get through the last bit of the day plus lots of healthy sweetness! 😋Which is your favourite protein ball from our range? #juicedlife
Camp Kesem Princeton is a free camp for kids who have a parent affected by cancer. The camp is completely organized and fundraised through the efforts of a small group of Princeton students. 20% of proceeds will go to this fund....🍍🍓😁🍌🌞🐯🐯
Fruit platter inspo for entertaining this summer! Want to learn how to assemble? See steps below ⤵️ Tag me in your creations and use #rightbackspatula so I can see your styling!
Tip 1: Pick fruits that are different shapes, sizes, colors and textures.
Tip 2: Start with your biggest piece of fruits and work your way smaller to fill any gaps.
1. Randomly place the pears on your board. I chose not to slice the pears because the brown easily.
2. Cut the top off your pineapple and place it somewhere on your board. This helps adds height to your fruit platter! Pre-slice a couple of pieces of pineapple and scatter them on the board. I like to add toothpicks so people can easily grab pieces.
3. Add a few mandarin oranges.
4. Next up, slice your blood oranges and kiwi. Tip: Place blood oranges on top of wax paper so the juices don’t stain your boards.
5. Add a couple of groups of strawberries. I always group strawberries in 3s.
6. Cut some grape clusters to break up the colors and fill some gaps.
7. Scatter some @wholefoods sunberries around the board. These look like little yellow cherry tomatoes, but they’re sweeter. They’re delish!
8. Lastly, fill any other gaps with some dried fruits, I used apricots.
☀️Fruit is LIFE🙌🏼
🧡Mangoes are now in season and I have been devouring cases of my favourite variety: Ataulfo.
If you haven’t tried Ataulfo mangoes aka Honey mangoes. I HIGHLY recommend you try them!
🍋I love squeezing fresh lemon juice over them...the combination is truly heavenly😌
A couple reasons why mangoes are so great:
💛Mangoes are rich in beta carotene which strengthens and supports skin. Mangoes also contain highly bioavailable trace magnesium coupled with phytochemical phenolic acids which helps calm the central nervous system.
😁Sooooo EAT UP!
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I love fruit in general but guavas just make me soooo happy!
They remind me of my early years... .
Almost every Sunday we used to travel to Salvatierra, this town that is about 30 minutes away from Celaya (where I used to live) to visit my great aunt.
Her name was Dolores but we called her "Tía Lola". .
She was so old and had a bit of a humpback, a long gray braid and her eyes were closed most of the times.
Eyes closed and all yet she would stand by the stove, stirring and stirring to make make the most delicious guava preserves.
I was so lucky to not only eat the preserves while visiting but also, harvesting guavas from her orchard and bring back home, baskets full of this delicious and fragrant fruit.
This means we had guavas for a whole week, to eat fresh, make juices, guava flavored yogurt and guava-yam dessert among other things.
Lately I've been able to find this small yellow guavas imported from México and I couldn't be happier! . .
They just bring me back to my great aunt's house, with those long corridors around the courtyard, a big fountain in the middle of it and in the back of the house, that beautiful orchard full of lime, lemon, papaya, sour orange trees, and of course, guava ones. 😀
So as I eat my guavas , I close my eyes (just like my great aunt) and go back to my childhood among family and fruit trees...one bite at a time 😊