The “superfood” acai has taken the health food communities on Pinterest and Instagram by a storm! And it makes sense; it’s hard not to become intrigued with the variety of acai smoothie bowl images and gorgeous acai recipes floating around out there. But it’s always a good idea to check out health trends, which is why this article will focus on acai nutrition. Below, you’ll find plenty of evidence linking acai to truly transformative health benefits, as well as acai recipes. (Hint: our protein acai bowl recipe is unbeatable!)
The Only List of Clean Foods You’ll Ever Need
Are you embracing the healthy foods lifestyle? Perhaps you are a beginner, and you’re looking for a basic clean eating foods list to get started. We’re constantly adding new nutrition-centered blog posts to our archives, so make sure to scroll down so you can see the myriad of topics available to you. However, the list below is here as (hopefully) helpful introduction. In fact, it’s a great place to start if you feel stuck!
3 Healthy Eating Facts
(That Will Make Your Life So Much Easier!)
The following includes an overview of what you should make sure to include in your clean eating foods list. In other words, it’s hard to go wrong when you follow this simple checklist.
- First and foremost, make sure to include plenty of healthy grains like oats and barley. A scrumptious and 100% clean way to do this is through high fiber breakfast foods like a healthy pancakes mix or organic muesli cereal.
- You should also include healthy fats. These include plant-based oils, such as sunflower or coconut oils. Acai berries, flax seeds, almonds, and walnuts are all great options.
- Aim for a plan-based diet. It decreases your risk for disease and increases longevity!
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In order to see an in-depth look at certain foods on our list, check out the articles below! Alternatively, for a quick “cheat sheet,” check out our official Vegan Grocery Shopping List.
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Maybe you just want to know how to make the simplest overnight oats possible. Or perhaps you’re searching for fresh takes on the classic Swiss muesli recipe variations. Whatever the case, the following collection of easy breakfast recipes is overflowing with overnight oatmeal ideas in the recipes, pictures, and videos below.
This Natural Sugar Guide includes all things sugar-related: unrefined sugars, raw sugar, white sugar substitutes, and tutorials like “how to substitute honey for sugar when baking.” I’ve also compiled a mini low sugars food list and some low sugar recipes. Believe me, I understand the struggle! It can feel like a balancing act to treat yourself to the things you love while also embracing a clean eating lifestyle.
Welcome to the the official Mu Mu Muesli Natural Sugar Foods List! This guide features 30 scientifically-recommended, naturally sweet foods. You’ll also find a handy checklist with details about the best “low” sugar fruits.
Making homemade coconut milk is actually insanely easy! So, even if you’re a newbie to the whole “homemade foods” thing, you have totally got this. To begin, I recommend first watching the easy video tutorial below. It’s a very basic “How to Make Coconut Milk” guide for beginners. Below that, you’ll find a handy shopping list with printed instructions, as well as inspiring coconut milk recipes.
What are the health benefits of raisins and why are raisins good for you? It turns out that there are five proven health benefits of raisins, and they are in fact good for you. In the following post, we’ll cover the benefits of eating raisins as well as the basic nutritional profile of 1 serving of raisins. You’ll also find some great vegan recipes that help you incorporate raisins into your diet in a more interesting way.
In past blog posts, we’ve covered important topics like healthy fats and the best vegan food sources of protein. Now it’s time to examine another pillar of clean eating: examples of foods high in dietary fiber.
If you’ve ever picked a health nut’s brain, you probably know that their “healthy eating” code includes a nutritious breakfast everyday. Of course there are several nutrients necessary for a breakfast to qualify as a “superfood,” but fiber is definitely one of them. In this post, we’ll look specifically at high fiber breakfast foods. You’ll find a variety of easy high fiber recipes, ranging from the simple grab-and-go style to something more time consuming and decadent, like a smoothie/pudding hybrid.
The benefits of hemp seeds are far-reaching, extending to both physical and mental health. Mike and I just recently started adding hemp seeds to our usual homemade coconut milk that we have with our Mu Mu, we have found such an increase in our energy and brain focus that I had to share this with you all!
In reality, there are oodles of muesli benefits. This homemade cereal is good for weight loss, keeps you feeling full and energized long after you eat it, and it helps curb those pesky (and dangerous) refined sugar cravings. It’s also a much healthier alternative to granola!