Drought Danger: 10 Easy Ways to Save Water

Haven’t heard? It’s drought season. Rather, the entire state of California is parched and we’re all screwed because there’s no water. While we did get a little much-needed rain in ...

The Gluten Free Revolution

It’s not every day that you meet a writer who’s also a health coach, a pilates instructor, and an amazing gluten-free recipe master. But lucky for us, we’ve known Caroline ...

Meatless Mondays with Gardein

Taking the plunge and giving up meat can be a difficult decision, but there is a growing trend aimed at giving up meat on mondays. Giving up meat one day ...

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Cooking with Veggies Part 2: Sauteing and Roasting

  It’s not only what you eat, but also how you cook it. After all, some cooking techniques are better for your health and your waistline than others (hint: deep-fried is not your friend – ever). The following light cooking techniques help preserve both flavor and nutrients while not adding extra calories or fat to […]

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Cooking Light With Veggies Part 1: Steaming

  It’s not only what you eat, but also how you cook it. After all, some cooking techniques are better for your health and your waistline than others (hint: deep-fried is not your friend – ever). The following light cooking techniques help preserve both flavor and nutrients while not adding extra calories or fat to […]

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Nominate a Friend and Both of You Win!

We all have that girlfriend that eats like it’s still the 80′s.  Doritos, doughnuts, cheesy squiggly things, diet soda – need we say more.  Well, you can give her a gentle nudge to snack healthier by nominating her for our giveaway.  Simply put her name in the box below (you can use a first name […]

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11 Vegan Twitter Feeds to Follow + Giveaway!

In the spirit of spring cleaning, we have something toxic to get off our chests: social media gives us panic attacks. There <sigh> we said it. It’s not because it’s always blowing up with cryptic tweets and Instagram shots from a friend’s birthday party we were mistakenly not invited to. It’s also not because we […]

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6 Vegan-Friendly Snack Products

 Hunger has a funny way of creeping up on you. One minute you’re typing away at your desk, minding your own business, and the next you’re sniffing out the closest vending machine like a K-9 unit. Sound familiar? It should. Every day, millions of women striving to “Lean In” fall victim to the lure of […]

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Vegan Goods Delivered Door Side (Giveaway!)

You’re the type of girl who prides herself on being in the know. You owned a Vitamix before it was cool. You take full responsibility for the popularity of kale chips. And you called bullshit on “cage-free” way before PETA went undercover. You are what we call a tempeh tastemaker—If you haven’t heard about it, […]

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A Juicy Interview with Candice Kumai

Sexy chef Candice Kumai (and a friend of HBD’s foreva) was on a mission to craft both yummy and detoxifying recipes for your juice arsenal. And, she nailed it. Whether you want to commit to a juice cleanse or looking for new recipes (there’s like 100 of them in there), check out Candice Kumai’s newest […]

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Roundup Herbicide Linked to Celiac Disease, Gluten Intolerance

As if we need another reason to believe that pesticides are nasty mofos, now we have a pretty good one. A recent study published in the Journal of Interdisciplinary Toxicology found that the use of glyphosate (Roundup) herbicide is linked to celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and irritable bowel syndrome. “All of the known biological effects […]

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5 Ways to Use Cashew Dip in Recipes

There are many reasons to love Trader Joe’s. They have chocolate-covered fruit up the wazoo, they now sell gluten-free flour, and there are always cute boys working there. And reason #712 that I’m a TJ’s fan is their cheap bulk nuts. Namely, their $6.99 cashews. Cashews are a staple in my house, especially because they’re […]

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Crazy Bitch #6: My Therapist Must Like Me

Crazy Bitch #6 June 6, 2013 I was going on day three at Malibu Summer Camp (aka rehab) and still felt slightly detached from the process.  I had no one giving me guidance, telling me what to do or explaining why my perm in 1988 could still be affecting my relationships. That all changed when […]

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