If you know us then you know we are ‘picky’ with what we choose to consume.
‘Picky’ meaning, we genuinely care about our health and the health of our children.
Health is directly related to what’s on our plates everyday.
This banana pancake recipe is nutrient dense and contains only wholesome ingredients.
We choose to add Philosophie products to our recipes for the quality and added nutrition.
Our children love the taste of these pancakes and green color.
They are yummy, easy to prepare and contain all the goodness for a satisfying and nourishing breakfast.
GF, SF HEALTHY GREEN BANANA...
As the plants peep their heads back up from a long winter sleep I am inspired to shake off the old and prepare for big summer blooms myself.
Here are some ways you can dust off the winter blues and get that groove back.
1. Eat with the season. Look to add color and crispness to your plate with spring veggies like Arugula. This yummy green is digestion loving and makes any dish pop. Roast Arugula in the oven, toss with your salad or try it air-fried for a delicious snack. Artichoke hearts are another Spring bloom-er and it is...
If you’ve ever read the ingredients on fast food or pop tarts you’d find a couple different oils that are highly toxic to our health.
“But it’s just vegetable oil, aren’t they good for us”?
These oils go through a series of being heated and treated to smell, taste and even be a presentable color. This process creates a toxic byproduct that hinders our cell’s ability to function.
When we consume these oils (canola, cottonseed, sunflower, soybean, corn, sesame, grapeseed) we expose our cells to free radicals. Free radicals bring inflammation and disease like obesity, heart disease, cancer, dementia even...
Here are a few ways we could be stifling someone’s space to be themselves without need for approval. As parents who have experienced divorce we understand how we were on a path to dismantling our children’s intuition and self esteem. We now see how our words and the food we feed our children will affect them as adults.
Parents may be crowding their children’s intuition and gut feelings. This disconnection causes them to seek approval or doubt their own decision making.
We’ve written a few things that we’ve become aware of as parents.
-Not allowing a child to say “no”...