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Deliciously Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte Recipe It’s not officially fall until you’ve had your first Pumpkin Spice Latte. But did you know everyone’s favourite PSL actually contains 50 grams of sugar in a grande? 50 grams of sugar = ¼ cup of sugar. ¼ cup. Why is Sugar So Bad for Me? Little reminder about refined sugar… Contains zero nutritional value Highly inflammatory Stresses the liver and can cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease Increases bad cholesterol Derails hormones Impacts mental health and brain function Increases your risk of heart disease Changes the microbiome in your stomach and increases “leaky gut” Increases your risk of type 2 diabetes Just a few reasons to be avoiding it at all costs. But that doesn’t mean you can’t indulge in festive drinks! You can create your own Healthy Pumpkin Spice Latte with just a few ingredients that are… A. Way healthier. B. Nutrient dense. C.

Simple Vegan Golden Milk If you’ve never tried Golden Milk, you’re totally missing out! It’s creamy, decadent, and comforting. This warming drink is a great way to enjoy one of the most anti-inflammatory spices out there, turmeric. Native to India, turmeric comes from the dried root of the Curcuma longa plant. It gives curry its signature colour, but don’t be scared! It has a similar spice level to cinnamon. Plant Power Turmeric is one of the most medically studied spices, with thousands of studies referencing turmeric. Many studies have shown that turmeric’s active compound, curcumin, is more beneficial at reducing pain and inflammation than pharmaceuticals. Here are a few of turmerics amazing benefits: Powerful anti-inflammatory Soothes digestive issues like constipation, IBS, and IBD Prevents and kills cancer cells Reduces arthritic pain Detoxifies the body Effective in managing depression Naturally promotes weight loss Warming + Nourishing Turmeric

Hot Holiday Punch A party isn’t a party without punch. And my mom happens to make the best punch. So I, of course, borrow her recipe for all of our holiday occasions. And since we always visit with friends on New Year's Eve, I usually bring a pot of this to simmer on the stovetop. Not to mention it smells insanely good. The combination of baked oranges, cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg fill the house with the most warming aroma ever. Switch It Up I’ve adapted my mom’s original recipe using 3 cups of each juice to using slightly less pineapple and orange in favour of filtered water. I prefer to use a little more water to cut down on the excess of juice calories and amount of natural sugars. By adding the honey or stevia, you’re still able to have a beautifully sweet punch. When I'm