Citrus Mint Bottled Water

I HATE DRINKING WATER!!!! Even though water is one of my must-have “beauty products” it really is painful to gulp down 64 oz of it everyday. I can do 32 oz with no prob. So in order to get me pumped about drinking that last 32 oz I had to add a bit of an essence to the water. Citrus and mint to the rescue!!! I really like the taste of water with lemon, lime and orange added. The mint leaves compliments the flavors well without making the water taste like mouthwash. After a workout and can almost knock back a whole 32 ozs of this stuff. It’s still water, but to me it’s much better than drinking plain water. Check out my blog post for more flavor combos! ttp:// Hey! Come chat with me on my FB fanpage and follow me on twitter! music by kevin macleod
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Annie’s Homegrown Sunny Citrus Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks, 4-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

Annie’s Homegrown Sunny Citrus Organic Bunny Fruit Snacks, 4-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 4)

  • Three delicious, all natural, organic flavors in every pouch: lemon, lime, and orange.
  • Certified organic and made with real fruit juice
  • Vegan, gelatin free, fat free, and naturally gluten free
  • 100% recommended daily value of Vitamin C
  • Four boxes each with five 0.4Oz packets.

Sunny Citrus fruit snacks offer a burst of all-natural lemon, lime, and orange flavors. Certified organic, these bunny-shaped fruit snacks are made with real fruit juice and packed with 100% daily recommended value of Vitamin C.

List Price: $ 17.96

Price: $ 16.11

The Year of Health 2012! Easy New Year’s Goals, Citrus Juicer & Composting by Veggie Kids I hear-by declare 2012 to be the YEAR OF HEALTH! This means focusing on your health, your family’s health, your kids’ health by really paying attention to what you consume. It also means getting outdoors to get some fresh air and exercise daily (whenever possible)! Eating pure, whole, plant-based foods, especially lots of fresh organic leafy greens and exercising daily is the quickest way to get closer to a healthier YOU! I’m excited to share tons of healthy, vegan and some raw vegan recipes with you this New Year that your whole family will enjoy, especially those kiddos! GET YOUR VEGGIE POWER! Thanks for watching! Please subscribe and feel free to leave comments and questions as I love hearing from you all! Be sure to pick up a copy of “The Boy Who Loved Broccoli” to help convince any kids in your life (spouses included) to eat their veggies. Available at:
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How to Make Healthy Meals Quickly and Easily; Buttery Citrus Fish and Easy Grilled Vegetables

How to Make Healthy Meals Quickly and Easily; Buttery Citrus Fish and Easy Grilled Vegetables

Yes, you can make healthy meals at home quickly and easily!  Even busy cooks can find time to make these Quick and Easy Buttery Citrus Fish and Easy Grilled Vegetables.  This meal is a lot better for you and your family than a trip through the fast-food drive-thru.


3 tbsp butter flavored sprinkles

1 tbsp lemon pepper blend

1 tbsp lime juice

2 tsp honey

1 lb boneless white fish fillets

In a small bowl combine the butter flavored sprinkles, lemon pepper blend, lime juice, and honey; stir to mix well.  Place the fish fillets on broiler pan and broil 6 to 8-inches from the heat until first side starts to brown.  Turn fish over and spread the honey mixture over the second side.  Broil another 4 to 5 minutes or until the fish flakes easily with a fork.

Per fillet: 106 calories, 7 grams carbs and 17 grams protein

1/2 cup mayo style salad dressing

1/2 cup Italian salad dressing

2 zucchini, cut in half lengthwise

2 yellow squash, cut in half lengthwise

2 bell peppers, cored, seeded, and cut into fourths

If using an electric broiler, preheat. If using an outside grill, cook over hot not flaming coals. No need to preheat a gas broiler.

Mix the mayo style salad dressing and the Italian dressing until they are well blended. Lightly score the cut sides of the vegetables and brush one side with the salad dressing mixture. Place, salad dressing side up, on broiler pan about 4-inches from the heat. Broil 6 minutes. Turn vegetables, brush second side with the dressing mixture and return to broiler for another 5 to 6 minutes or until the vegetables are tender.



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