Foods that boost your immune system

Our immune system is the body’s defense against infections and diseases, if we want to stay healthy, we need to have a good immune system and we can do so by filling our body with nutrients, vitamins etc. Some people naturally have better immunity than others due to where they live, genetics, how they grew up etc but a better immunity is attainable. Acquired immunity helps your immune system get stronger and the stronger your immune system is, the less likely you are to get sick.

With COVID still going around and a lot of schools or opening up and prevention is the best cure so I’ve compiled a list of things you can start incorporating into your diet today to help boost your immunity so that your body can protect itself from harmful germs that can cause illnesses. The nutrients in these can help your immune system fight viruses and bacteria and we all need that right now (obviously practice moderation with all things even healthy things): Read More »

How to make: Pita Chips

I’ve been insanely busy but now I’m getting some control of my time and I’m going to try to be a lot more active on here than I used to be. With quarantine, I know a lot of our eating habits have been whack, but ideally, we should try to make healthier swaps when we can and today I’m going to be showing yall how insanely easy it is to make these pita chips.

For the most basic version, all you need are 2 ingredients:

-Pita bread (Money-saving Tip- don’t be afraid to buy the older pita bread off the sale rack! Your making chips, so as long as it’s not molded, it’s fine.)
-Salt
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Pumpkin Pie Smoothies.

Fall is finally here and I’ve finally gotten my life together a bit so I’m back FINALLY with a new post. If for some reason you don’t like pumpkin, you can absolutely switch it out for apples, figs, sweet potatoes, pears or whatever fruit or vegetable you’re into. I’ve included a mix of guilty drinks as well as some healthier options and it really just is about throwing it all into a blender and blending. ALSO if you don’t want something, you can easily substitute or disregard it so don’t worry too much about sticking to the recipes 100%.

Recipe #1 (serves 4)

  • 1 15-ounce can pumpkin (chilled)
  • 1 12-ounce can evaporate milk (chilled)
  • 8 ounces vanilla yogurt
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
  • Whipped cream, to taste (optional)

Recipe #2 (serves 2)Read More »