Spring is in the air, and what better way to celebrate than with some spring cleaning? This year, in addition to cleaning our homes, cars, and offices, we’re going to cleanse our gut! It’s easier than you might think to include cleansing and detoxifying ingredients in your diet. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite cleansing and detoxifying dishes to get you started. Our Cleansing Fruit Salad makes a delicious breakfast with a little cayenne kick, while Kombucha Kimchi is packed with flavor and probiotics. Looking for more?
Cynthia has been a happy member of the Down to Earth Marketing Team since 2010.
A “Jill-of-all-trades”, she is responsible for the company's social media, where she manages Down to Earth's presence on all the key platforms, and videography--producing films for team member training and a wide variety of marketing topics that include cooking classes, issues, and fun themes for social media. Cynthia also provides support for the Customer Rewards program, and teaches cooking classes and workshops, and participates in health fairs, lectures, and many other events. She love to eat at home, read, eat with friends, dine out, read some more, volunteer, and cook amazing meals!
Spring is a time of renewal, a time to get organized! It's hard to get organized if you aren't feeling your best self. An easy way to get on track is through a healthy diet. Using seasonal produce is a great way to make healthy eating more enjoyable. Spring brings a plethora of delicious, colorful produce. We've selected some of our favorite spring recipes using seasonal ingredients like citrus, collard greens, and strawberries.
Meal prepping is everywhere these days. Do a YouTube search of this term and you’ll be in a deep rabbit hole of methods, recipes, and more. It can be intimidating! You watch a 3-minute video and the results are 10-12 beautiful little meals ready to pop in the fridge. They make it look so easy! It seems like so much work but who has the time?? And also did I mention that it seems like a lot of hard work? While I’m not sure if you could really do a successful meal prep that wouldn’t require any work whatsoever, it’s probably a lot easier than you think.