Healthy food can taste great too!
Your relationship with food evolves the more you “feed” that relationship. Pay attention to which foods have the best nutrition and which don’t. Not only is food intended for your health, it’s also intended for your taste buds. Eating something that tastes good is simply a joyful experience. If you find a disconnect between what tastes good and what is good for you, it’s time you rethink healthy food.
Nature is bursting with flavor. The more you play in the kitchen, the more you’ll learn about flavors. Explore recipes full of nutrition to inspire your own creative cooking/food prep process.
Optimize meals on the go by planning ahead. Urban Remedy Kits were created to keep you healthy and feeling satisfied. Our kits are always being updated with more and more delicious options jam-packed with nutrition to fit your needs and lifestyle.
Pack healthy snacks when you’re on the go, so you don’t have to worry about getting hungry and eating the wrong thing. Here are some great simple snacks to consider always having on hand: an apple, carrot sticks, kale chips, almonds, or healthy brownies.
Make more time for dessert. Raw desserts may fool you because they taste so good, but they are loaded with beneficial ingredients; when you eat these desserts, your body is actually being nourished. Yay!
If you’ve been in the land of tasteless, “healthy” food trying to pep talk your way through meals, stop it already. Now is the time to discover what it feels like to enjoy eating really well.
Support your health with this recipe for Smoothie Soup full of nutrition. It’s loaded with antioxidants, phytonutrients, protein, omega-3 & omega-6 fats, vitamins, minerals, and deliciousness…
- 1 cup frozen blueberries
- 1 cup frozen mangoes
- 1 teaspoon spirulina
- 2 cups coconut water
- Finish with:
- 2 teaspoons hemp seeds
- ½ cup fresh blueberries
- Sprinkling of Ginger Brittle
- Blend blueberries, mangoes, spirulina & coconut water.
- Consistency should resemble a thick smoothie.
- Finish with the hemp seeds, fresh blueberries and Ginger Brittle.