Just in time for the holidays, these homemade bath salts are easy and fun to make. Relax with the scent of natural essential oils.
I'm breaking down the term non-GMO and how brands get non-GMO Project Verified so that you can make better choices, like our partners Grassland Butter.
The best gifts are those that are homemade! Learn how to make these DIY natural candles, using Plant Therapy oils, that look and smell great.
I'm so excited about this new School Lunch Packing Chart. It has honestly both streamlined and revolutionized our lunch packing process!
Does it really matter where your milk comes from and what the dairy cows eat? Learn how grassmilk is different than other options at the store.
Ya'll - I love Trader Joe's. People are friendly, prices are good. Here's a list of my 10 favorite gluten-free foods you can find there.
It’s no secret that we’ve been longtime fans of Plan to Eat, an online meal planning service + grocery list maker. In fact, they’ve been partners of ours for six years now – clearly they are very well loved! :) We’re so excited to announce in today’s sponsored post that they’ve just released a new app (for …
Besides cooling cookies, how else can you use a baking rack? Read on to learn 5 ways to use your baking rack in the kitchen!
Here are 14 products you can buy on the Thrive Market website for less money than you'd spend in the grocery store. Give it a try!
Resolving to be healthier in 2018? Switch to clean, great-tasting Primo® water. It’s filtered to remove pollutants that even the popular-brand filters miss.
These homemade bath bombs make great DIY gifts but will be so tempting to keep all to yourself! Breathe in the natural essential oil scents and relax!
Here is our list of favorite holiday gift ideas - tried and tested by the 100 Days of Real Food Team. Shop these exclusive deals and check off your list!
It can be a challenge to come up with Advent Calendar ideas that don't include candy- but I'm here again this year with new, fun, family-friendly options!
Using an online meal planner such as this one from Plan to Eat can help you plan ahead, become more organized and save you money!
Here are 5 solutions for when you need a quick (yet solid) healthy packed lunch and are out of ideas. You won't find any boring ol' pb&j's here!
I know some readers love to look at these healthy school lunch ideas with their kids so they can point out what they want (and what they’ll actually eat)!
I have an exciting announcement about a little project our family has been working on behind the scenes for the past year. And by "little," what I really mean is "tiny" - we've built a Tiny House on Wheels to use in the mountains!
Though it seems we've all been hearing about essential oils more and more lately, they've actually been around for centuries and have even been said to date back to King Tut's tomb. If you're new to essential oils, you are in luck! Here's the scoop on some of the most popular oils and how to use them.
Today I want to make sure you know about an awesome program put together by one of our favorite longtime sponsors to help you simply (and affordably) add healthy, reusable products to your home. Obviously, we’re all about eating the right foods around here, but how you store your food and clean your home (and treat the earth) …
When it comes to cutting out processed food, one of the toughest areas to navigate is bread. Today I want to discuss another option that is "sprouting" up in many stores these days (pun intended, haha): sprouted grains.
From power-infused aides to vitamin-fortified waters, and everything in between, choosing the best drink for your young athlete is no easy feat. In fact, it can be quite confusing and difficult!
My girls recently went to a very active, outdoor all-day camp in some crazy southern heat. So I wanted to be sure I kept them fueled with plenty of wholesome food. Here's a little recap of what I packed for them each day
In today's post about ultra-pasteurized milk I cover shelf life, nutrition, good and bad bacteria, types of pasteurization (htst vs uht), and labels.
Paleo is a hot topic these days, but what does it mean exactly, why do people do it, and what does it encompass? We are excited to offer these answers and more in today's sponsored post by our friend Allison Stevens, who is a chef and nutritionist with her company Prep Dish and who also lives the paleo(-ish, as she puts it) life.
I'm proud to be partnering with Organic Valley this year because it's a company that truly has its heart in the right place. And there's no better way to see that than to spend the day with one of their very own farmers, George Teague and Family.
I don't want you to give away your whole paycheck, as the saying goes, so I created a list of some do's and don'ts and some of my personal faves in this Whole Foods shopping list.
Well, here it is as promised—Part II of my Costco real food love fest. This time I am going to be dishing on my favorite items from Costco's freezers, along with meat, dairy, seafood, and poultry, as well a few real food rule benders.
Today I'm going to share Part I of a two part series on my go-to Costco shopping list for real food, which will include produce, pantry staples, frozen organic veggies and fruit, organic meat options, and a few other tidbits. But first I am going to give you my short primer on shopping at Costco.
The Fresh 20, started by my friend (and fellow mother) Melissa, is a meal planning service that helps take the guesswork out of what to have for dinner.
I don't believe that in recreational sports there needs to be a snack given. But on the occasion that they are, there are so many other great ideas for real food snacks that can feed the teams and classes!
When 100 Days of Real Food asked me to write a recipe for a natural alternative to PediaSure, I was very excited. I am an integrative pediatrician, and real food is what my practice is based upon. I have seen the affects of synthetic processed foods on children, and anything I can do to help spread the word about whole food nutrition makes me…
I love buying products in bulk. In fact, I will purposely head to our local Earth Fare or Whole Foods so that I can stock up on certain items. If you aren't shopping from bulk bins or don’t frequent them, I encourage you to do so. And below I've shared my reasons why.
Summer is a great time to experiment with different fruits and veggies because there are so many in season. They are great to have by themselves as a snack, but sometimes it is fun to add a little of this or a little of that and come up with a yummy fruit or veggie creation.
Before starting this blog, I had never heard of essential oils. (Have you?) And what I've learned is that they are completely natural and have more uses than I can even count. I love the way they smell, and I love knowing I can try them first for any ailments we may be experiencing before having to resort to pharmaceuticals. They serve many household…
I am excited to be partnering with Stonyfield on today's post! They are a great organic company that not only does their best to treat both farmers and the planet well, but also is passionate about helping in the fight to label GMOs. And today we are going to be discussing Stonyfield's signature product--organic yogurt!! I think it's safe to say that most of…
When a packaged food is touted as "Sugar Free," that oftentimes means real sugar has been left behind and replaced with an artificial sweetener. This is yet another reason why it is so important to always read ingredient labels. Did you know that artificial sweeteners were literally invented in a lab by food scientists and that some of those sweeteners only entered our food…