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April 17, 2017
Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius

Celsius to FahrenheitMultiply Celsius by 1.8Add 32Example = 190 c x 1.8 = 342;342 + 32 = 374 f Fahrenheit to CelsiusSubtract Fahrenheit by 32Divide by 1.8Example = 374 f - 32 = 342;342 / 1.8 = 190 c Fahrenheit - Celsius225 - 110250 - 130275 - 140300 - 150325 - 170350 - 180375 - […]

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April 3, 2017
The Adventure of UnBoxing

Greetings, Beautiful Ones! I am so excited to share with you my newest adventure – UnBox Your Kitchen. I am a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach. I transformed my coaching practice to be the foundation of Elements For A Healthier Life Magazine (access archive). As the Founder and Publisher of this digital health and wellness […]

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March 29, 2017
What Is UnBox Your Kitchen?

What is in your kitchen cabinets? Do you consider what you're eating to be healthy because of the manufacturer’s claim on the front of the box? When you go to the grocery store, are you shopping the center aisles or are your purchases from around the outside perimeter? The foods we eat affect our sleep, […]

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March 22, 2017
Kitchen Time Savers

Chop vegetables commonly used in meal preparation and store in the refrigerator for less than one week.  For example: onions, sweet peppers, jalapeños, broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, squash, tomatoes, cucumbers, etc. Bake several potatoes when baking another dish at 425F.  Baked potatoes, once cooled, can be cubed or shredded and stored in the refrigerator (or frozen […]

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March 22, 2017
5 Steps to Making Soup Like a Master Chef

Making soup is an art! Whether you are making vegetable, chicken, lentil or any other soup, learn five ways to elevate your soup from good to spectacular! Saute Sautéing intensifies the flavor of the ingredients, infusing the soup with great taste. You can sauté in a little olive or coconut oil, or in 1-2 tablespoons […]

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March 22, 2017
Homemade Chicken Broth

Homemade Chicken Broth from a rotisserie chicken. Homemade broth is easy to make, tasty and good for you. It's not a pretty process. Looking at the pictures, you may even think it looks gross. However, the flavor of homemade broth is well worth the time and effort. A close friend of mine loves the flavor […]

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March 22, 2017
Braised Celery

I love celery. I like to add it to salads and soups but mostly I eat it raw with a dip like hummus or tahini. This modest vegetable is brimming with healthy yumminess.~ Celery is high in fiber, magnesium and vitamin A.~ It is a powerful anti-inflammatory.~ It has a high water content that aids […]

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February 22, 2017
Heart Healthy Soup

Here is an easy way to love your heart with a delicious soup that is packed with the powerful antioxidant and beta carotene. Vegetables of a deep orange hue are a wonderful source of this important nutrient. Beta carotene is known for reducing the risk of heart disease, strengthening the immune system, relieving respiratory problems, […]

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February 22, 2017
Hot To Cold Oils

The common elements that damage cooking oils are heat, oxygen and light. Storing cooking oils in a cool, dry, dark place will help prevent them from getting rancid and oxidize. A helpful hint is to purchase cooking oils and fats in smaller containers. There is a higher probability of the oils and fats becoming rancid and […]

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February 22, 2017
Herbal Flavoring for Smoothies

Enhance the flavor of your smoothies with these popular, and easy to grow, fresh herbs... Basil Adds a robust flavor in green smoothies Cilantro Adds a zip of spice in green smoothies Mint Accent fruit smoothies with a cool zest Rosemary Deepen the flavor of green, vegetable and fruit smoothies Thyme Boost the taste of nature […]

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January 22, 2017
Blueberry Pancakes

Morning Blues Is there a better way to start the day than with the morning blues? Blueberries, that is. For years I purchased various brands of boxed pancake mix with the belief that adding water, oil and an egg was the easiest, and least expensive, way to make pancakes. It was not surprising that most […]

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December 22, 2016
Turkey Egg Cups

Turkey Egg Cups with a Side of Yum! Holiday meals are fabulous, but what about breakfast? As many say, breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but sometimes it can get overlooked during the busy holiday season. After sleeping all night our bodies need some fuel! I love egg dishes and this is […]

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December 22, 2016
Orange-Coconut Cookies

Rachel Kieffer is a certified nutrition and health coach* living in New York with her family. She has worked with thousands of clients to transform their health and lives through her private consultation programs, workshops, women’s groups and writing. “I believe that every woman has a birth right to be deeply in love with herself and […]

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December 22, 2016
Taking Food Reactions Seriously

Imagine that one of your favorite cookies are peanut butter cookies, and one day while eating one (or two) with an ice cold glass of milk, you begin having an allergic reaction. Now, this reaction isn’t just your average run of the mill break-out-in-hives type, but an all-encompassing rash, heart rate acceleration, where your throat […]

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November 22, 2016
Choosing To Have Healthier Holidays

In my childhood we celebrated the holidays at my grandmother’s and just the thought of the holiday feast would make me groan with pain. The table would be laden with over 50 dishes, including appetizers, sides, mains and desserts made by my grandmother or my aunts. We couldn’t stop eating. We ate because the food […]

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November 22, 2016
Coconut Macaroons

With strawberries in season, my daughter has fallen in love with making homemade ice-cream. She can now crack and separate all the eggs without splitting the yolks and not have any land on the floor, quite an achievement! The ice cream only uses the yolks - so what to do with those whites? Voila! Coconut […]

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