Stage 4 Cancer, CHF & a Colonoscopy at 29
Whew, what a year it’s been. I have missed this blog so much and I can’t wait to jump back in. First of all, I want to apologize for being MIA for so long. It’s been a rollercoaster for quite some time but that’s no excuse. I’ve missed you guys! I’ve rearranged my priority list […]Continue reading
Halloween Banana Ghosts
Can you believe Halloween is right around the corner? The summer flew by and now all the fall holidays are creeping up on us. While I’m not a huge candy fan, I do love celebrating Halloween. I love to dress up and either go trick or treating with my nieces or go to fun Halloween […]Continue reading
Paleo Butternut Squash Stuffed Peppers
The weather is finally turning to fall in Las Vegas and I’ve been chomping at the bit to enjoy the season’s harvest of vegetables and fruits. This week, I had butternut squash on the brain and thought adding this vegetable to my stuffed pepper recipe would add a great flavor and texture. The crispy bits from the roasting […]Continue reading
Birthday Treats – Paleo Almond Coconut Bites
Birthdays can be full of unhealthy foods and super sugary treats but mix it up a little and try to feature vegetable and fruit trays at your next event. We loved the Elmo themed platters we featured last year and the tomato & salami skewers (shared last week) that both toddlers and adults will love. But what […]Continue reading
Manners & Your toddler
As Bean is getting ready to leave the terrible twos and quickly start the traumatic threes she isn’t always the most polite person I know. In fact sometimes she tends to act almost like a cave-person grabbing anything within reach and grunting or squealing as she takes off with it. Occasionally though when she says, […]Continue reading
Milk, Milk, and More Milk
Over the last few years the milk section of the grocery store has grown from a few to multiple selections. And with all the options it can be overwhelming to make one. Here is the lowdown on the most common milk types found in grocery stores. Cow’s Milk: Cow’s milk comes from cows (obviously) […]Continue reading
Tips for Keeping Kids and Adults Hydrated!
For most of the country, it has been a summer full of sun and temperatures that can make anyone sweat. It doesn’t seem to matter where you are or if the heat is dry or humid… It’s hot! While the heat can make you and your family feel awful, there is one very simple solution: […]Continue reading
Oil Pulling: A New Trend or Health Habit for Life?
As Mrs. Know it All, I aim to tell you about different nutrition, wellness, and health topics that will hopefully empower you and your family to make changes in your lives that will lead to wellness. For me, as a nutrition and blogger, I do not recommend changes or foods that I would not try […]Continue reading
Video – Easy Homemade Fruit Snacks Recipe! Kid & Toddler friendly!
My toddler LOVES fruit snacks but they can sometimes be filled with all kinds of artificial colors and tons of sugar. Here’s a super simple recipe for 4 ingredient fruit snacks you can make in no time 🙂 Crystal Meeks-Johnson Wife, Aunt, Blogger, YouTuber & Marketing Enthusiast. Connect with me on Social Media! http://www.beanstersbytes.comContinue reading
Nutritional Benefits of Easter Foods and Tips to Avoid Overindulging
Easter is often a time family’s come together to celebrate, have fun, and enjoy a meal or two together. Most people may not realize that some of their favorite Easter foods have nutritional benefits. Although, no matter how much healthy food you have, if you or your family over indulges it can negate any benefits. […]Continue reading