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MAPLE ROASTED CINNAMON GRANOLA WITH COCONUT

I’m a total sucker for anything with oats; an oat crumble topping, overnight oats, warm oatmeal, oat bread and of course…granola. Granola is such a comfort food that just FEELS like fall. The kinds you find in grocery stores, however, are more often than not loaded with inflammatory oils, tons of hidden sugars and are very high in calories with little nutrient density. Making your own granola at home is cheaper, fresher, and so much healthier…

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OLIVE OIL MAPLE GRANOLA

Granola is one of those packaged foods that has been touted as "healthy" by the food industry. Most granolas contain oats which are high in fiber, magnesium, zinc, antioxidants and other important nutrients. However, most are also jam-packed with unhealthy industrial seed oils and high levels of sugar in the forms of cane sugar,  brown sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and even natural sugars like agave, honey, coconut sugar and maple syrup. 

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ZUCCHINI SPINACH FRITTATA

Eggs are nutrient powerhouses. They're high in protein, with 7 grams per egg, contain healthy fat, iron and antioxidants like lutein and zeaxanthin, both great for eye health. Cooked veggies are often easier to digest than raw veggies, making them perfect for tossing into a variety of dishes you probably make often like eggs, soups, stews, pastas, smoothies and sauces. 

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