Beth Baldino, MSW, CHHC
Certified Holistic Health Counselor
(973) 979-6951

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Success Stories: Healthy Food Can Be Delicious & Easy!

This program was excellent! I learned new ways of preparing foods I have only tried a few times…this program helped me find new ways to eat raw greens with outstanding dressings and filling additions. I loved the recipes.

Jennifer C.

This program helped me learn how to cook a healthy meal that tastes good and is not hard to do or intimidating. It made me want to try new healthy recipes.

Yolanda A.

Amazingly, Bethʼs green salad recipes were delicious. Very tasty!

Zaira E.

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Envisioning Your Future – Manifesting, Part II

While it is important to have faith in your manifesting and most certainly not to be anxious about when, where, or how you will receive what you’ve asked for, there can be advantages to continuing to think about what you want, including the way in which it helps you get clearer about it. The more you focus your attention on a particular vision, the more opportunity you’ll have to fine-tune it.

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Recipe: Edamame with Cranberries, Feta & Basil

Edamame are fresh soy beans, the young pods of the soybean plant. Soy is an inexpensive, high-quality, vitamin- and mineral-rich plant protein with lots of soluble fiber and plant-based omega-3 fatty acids. It is also the richest known source of powerful health-promoting phyto-estrogens, which are natural plant protectants that can also provide us with protection against various diseases. The best way to eat soy is in its whole state, as used here, or fermented in the form of natto, miso, tempeh, and naturally-fermented soy sauces (shoyu and tamari).

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