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A Little Bit of Medicine

Welcome summer with this stone fruit pizza that is quick to make with a shortcut pizza crust! This recipe is low in carbs and gluten free. This pizza is a healthy and light update perfect for those long summer nights. It only takes a matter of minutes to prepare and everyone can have a whole pizza! It’s also quick enough to make on a weeknight! We’re also going to talk a bit about the basics of Lyme Disease which is important for everyone one to know about.

Ham Nectarine & Spring Mix Pizza [Low Carb, GF]...And A Dash of Cinnamon

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Looking for a quick and easy cocktail to serve at a party? Like sangria, but not the work it takes to make it? Try out this 2 ingredient cocktail recipe that will be a hit at your party. It’s a light drink that can even be sipped during the day.

Shortcut Sangria Wine Spritzers...And A Dash of Cinnamon

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Looking for a post workout meal idea? Try out this 5 ingredient potato bowl along with a tall glass of water to help refuel your body after a hard workout. This bowl is easy to make, especially if you already have some of the ingredients pre-cooked!

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This easy, healthy and clean slow cooker meal has minimal prep involved and let’s your slow cooker do the work for you during the day so that you can come home to a nice hot bowl of satisfying beef and barley vegetable stew. It has no added table salt, but instead uses soy sauce to give it a different savory flavor.

Clean Beef and Barley Vegetable Stew and Lowering Sodium

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Two topics for you today. First and foremost we are going to talk about depression and some basic signs to watch out for and questions to ask. In between, I’m going to show you a super simple way to make your own tahini! No oil needed and no expensive price tag. 
oil free tahini featured picture and a dash of cinnamon

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You know what? I love pumpkin. I’ve been going crazy with it. I get so excited for this time of year. However, I do stock up on pumpkin when it goes on sale so I can use it all year around. I’ve got some super yummy pumpkin recipes that I can’t wait to share (including a super healthy but so darn tasty pumpkin pie later this month! Stay tuned!) Currently, I’ve got a clean, vegan and gluten free strawberry pumpkin baked protein oatmeal recipe for you! It only needs 6 ingredients and is actually wonderful if you eat it cold, too. So no worries if you want to meal prep it and then store it in the fridge and eat it cold if you want!

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We’ve got a heavier post today, but bear with me because it’s paired with a step by step picture tutorial to make your own homemade Cinnamon Cashew Butter! It’s clean, easy and best of all has only 2 ingredients! Cashews are a great source of protein and healthy fats, too. Even better? It requires no oil, added sugars, or chemicals so it’s healthier than most of the packaged variety you find at the grocery store. So, what are you waiting for?! Let’s get blending.

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Next up is a clean protein oatmeal recipe to keep you fueled all morning. Before you get there take a look at some information about squamous cell carcinoma to round out our recent discussions on a few types of skin cancer.

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Need to cool down from all the heat? Why not try out this choconana protein smoothie with toasted coconut that is thick enough to be ice-cream consistency! This no sugar added, low carb, high protein and fiber (and potentially clean and vegan) treat will keep you satisfied and keep you cool. It’s even healthy enough to eat for breakfast 😉 Well also chat a bit about basal cell carcinoma so that you can be proactive and have a basic idea of what to be on the lookout for when you do a skin check!

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Do you happen to have any of those hummus balls you made earlier in the week? If so, use them for this salad! If not, you know they were super easy to make so whip up a batch and then throw them into the salad. Even though there is no meat on this salad, there is still plenty of protein and fiber to keep you satisfied. This salad is clean, vegetarian, and low carb. We’re also going to go over a few points about Melanoma while were at it.

Low Carb Vegetarian Egg and Hummus Ball Salad and a dash of cinnamon

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