Erin Weesner: Sounds delicious Elizabeth! Maybe you could share your recipe? Or another favorite chia seed tip!...
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There’s plenty of time left in the season to enjoy sweet fruits and nutrient-packed veggies. We’ve done the planning for you, all you have to do is pick your favorite day of the week! Check out the recipes below for a full day’s worth of fresh and delicious meals you can make in a snap!
Directions: Thread the pieces of fruit onto small skewers. Sprinkle with lime juice and arrange on a glass platter. Enjoy with a tall glass of water!
4-5 kale leaves
½ bunch mint
water (to taste)
Directions: Blend and enjoy!
4 kumquats; washed and sliced thin
2 grapefruit; peel and section
1 avocado; peel, seed, and cut into section size
1 head bibb lettuce; washed and torn
1 bunch watercress; washed, leaves only, and coarsely chopped
¼ -½ cup ground macadamia nuts (optional)
½ cup grapefruit juice
Juice of 2 key limes or ½ lemon
2 tablespoons fresh dill
¼ teaspoon cayenne pepper (optional)
Directions: Prepare dressing and let sit for 10 minutes. Gently toss the salad, arrange on a plate and then sprinkle on the nuts, if using.
Healthy eating really is easier than you think! Let us help you get comfortable in the kitchen, making delicious recipes your family will love in minutes, not hours! Join us for what could be the most nutritionally-impactful week of your life, at our Fresh Eats Intensive! Sign up now for hands-on training at the BE Castle Headquarters and get ready to take back your health!