Get peachy this month by eating your peaches for National Peach Month. We have 11 reasons why you’ll be heading to the farmers’ market to purchase them.
July is National Blueberry Month, so to celebrate I incorporated blueberries into my juice recipe this week. Blueberries are loaded with cancer-fighting antioxidants, digestive and vision-healthy vitamins A and C, and are a good source of fiber (5 grams per 1 cup) while being relatively low in calories so drink up and enjoy!
When you think of some of the best food combinations a few that come to mind are peanut butter and jelly, butter and toast, chocolate and sea salt, and yes, peaches and cream. This smoothie combines fresh peaches and banana for a sweet flavor and blends it with creamy coconut milk and chia seeds to get a smooth finish that satisfies the palate with Peaches & Cream
This is a great intro juice. The reason we like this is because it has the 80/20 vegetable/fruit ratio. It only contains six ingredients so it’s easy to make and most of these ingredients are easy to find all the time. We call it “rainbow juice” as it has multiple vegetables and fruits of different colors.
This dish is one of my favorite healthy desserts. The summer peaches and nectarines are low in calories and contain vitamin B3, and vitamins A and C. The berries are tasty, low in calories, and low in sugar. Berries are also a good source of fiber, and the blueberries add antioxidants. The variety of color and phytonutrients in this dish make it a nutritional powerhouse.