Posts by Diana Prince

Gluten Free Cauliflower Fritters Using Organic Produce

Gluten Free Cauliflower Fritters

These gluten free cauliflower fritters are easy to make, healthy, and a great way to use cauliflower. Really delicious and appetizing. Gluten Free Cauliflower Fritters Ingredients 1 large organic cauliflower head, cut into florets 1/2 cup gluten free all purpose baking flour 2 large eggs, lightly beaten 5 Tablespoons minced onions (some used for garnishing) Olive oil 3…

Read More

Dairy and Gluten Free Spicy Carrot Soup

Spicy Carrot Soup

This super healthy garam masala spicy carrot soup is made with just a few natural ingredients, and it is dairy and gluten free. Spicy Carrot Soup Ingredients 1 bunch of large carrots 2 cloves garlic 1 medium onion 1 can (14 oz) coconut milk 14 oz veggie broth 1/4 cup almond butter 1 tablespoon garam masala paste…

Read More

Harvest2U Juicing Tips and Why Local Sources Matter

health benefits of apples

By Carmen Micheli Always in our juicing tips, local sources matter. Since the juice is highly concentrated, you’d better be sure where your produce grows and what substances are on it, if any. Juicing is a great way to get your daily nutrient intake.  Key vitamins and minerals are abundant in fruits and vegetables. When…

Read More

Kids LOVE Veggies (right!) 

kids love veggies

Do you believe that kids love veggies? I recently read a quote that said something like, “Your body already deeply loves vegetables, your taste buds just don’t know it yet”. Too true! How ‘bout this one? “The doctor of the future will no longer treat the human frame with drugs, but rather will cure and prevent disease with…

Read More

Five Ways to Get Kids To Eat Veggies

YMCA Health Fair

Without Harping, Hiding, or Disguising Timing and opportunity are everything. Read through these five ways get kids to eat vegetables. It is important to have the vitamins, minerals, and fiber provided in vegetables for a healthy brain, heart, and digestive system. More importantly, having more vegetables at your table provides eye appeal and “crowds out”…

Read More

The Struggle to Get Your Greens – Juice or Smoothie?

juice or smoothie

Do you struggle to get your greens? Do you prefer to juice or smoothie? These tips will help you get the recommended daily amount of green vegetables into your ever-healthier body. Collards, Kale, Parsley Fresh, deep greens can benefit our body in amazing ways. But, how to ingest as much as we need on a…

Read More

Does Buying High Quality Produce Actually Save Money?

save money

So you think buying locally grown organic produce costs too much. Seriously? We can show you how you save money when buying local. Let’s look at just a couple of factors that make buying local produce cost effective. Waste Believe it or not, according to ethicalconsumerism.tribe.net, “the average family of 4 wastes 122 pounds of food…

Read More

For Better Health Eat Lots of Colors

eat lots of colors

Did you know that the color of the produce we eat makes a difference to its nutritional content? When we eat lots of colors, we are giving our body what it needs to be healthy. And as we like to tell the kids, “No, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese does NOT count as yellow.” Below we’ll…

Read More

Why Should I Eat Locally Grown, Organic Produce?

locally grown organic produce

Locally grown organic produce has more flavor. We say, “If you haven’t had a beet that was in the ground, growing yesterday, you don’t know what a beet is supposed to taste like!” Store-bought produce is picked before the peak of ripeness, the peak of nutrient content, and the peak of flavor. It then travels to…

Read More

10 Ways to Get Your Kids to Eat Healthier

kids eat healthier

Kids eat healthier when they see us do it. Our kids learn their eating habits. Primarily from their parents. But also from their peers and unfortunately, from advertisers. Kids do not eat intuitively. So, let’s create the environment for their success by teaching them through our own actions. After all, the old adage is, “behavior…

Read More