Week of June 1 Live Schedule

Here are the direct links to each of our lives, by day.

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

We invite you to follow three Clubs that we help create on Clubhouse: Plant Chics, Planted Forward, and Plant-based Collective.

Wishing you a blessed Memorial Day Weekend!

Jacque & Marzia

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Blue Poop Challenge

 

A paper was recently published in BMJ Gut about blue poo and the impact of gut transit time on the gut microbiome

In the paper the Zoe team, in collaboration with leading scientists, gave blue muffins (they're more like cupcakes!) to thousands of people and they discovered that gut transit time - the time it takes for food to travel through your GI tract - can say a lot about a person's gut microbiome.

The best part? You can take the #bluepoopchallenge too!

You can buy the blue muffins here. Or you can make the blue muffins yourself:

Ingredients

1 3/4 cups plain, all-purpose flour

1 Tbsp baking powder

1 cup granulated sugar

1/2 cup vegetable oil

1 cup water

1 tsp vanilla extract

1 tsp Royal blue food dye

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 325F.
  2. Combine flour, baking powder and sugar in a large bowl and stir to mix.
  3. In a jug, combine sunflower oil, water and vanilla extract.
  4. Make a well in the center of the flour mixture and pour in wet ingredients.
  5. Add the blue food dye to...
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May is Lupus Awareness Month

 

Since May is Lupus Awareness Month, we had Dr. Brooke Goldner (Dr. G), author of Goodbye Lupus, on Goal Call Monday. She shares how she CURED her lupus through her lifestyle.

Dr. G has an incredible outlook on life.  You have to listen to her story and hear how vibrant she is and to hear how she changes her struggles to her super powers. You will also have to listen to how she learned about the importance of nutrition in treating disease - hint: it wasn't from medical school.

We hope this conversation resonates with you and we want you to know it's never too late to health up your lifestyle. We are here for you. And Dr. G is here for you.

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REVERSE Autoimmune Disease

 
Yep! You read that correctly: reverse autoimmune disease. It is possible to reverse autoimmune diseases, such as lupus.
 
You guys loved our conversation with Dr. Brook Goldner on our IG Live  and you have requested her for a Goal Call sesh in the Tribe. You asked and we listened. We invite you to join us for Goal Call Monday when Dr. Brooke Goldner (@goodbyelupus) will be joining us live. 
 
Dr. G will be sharing her journey on how she cured her lupus from the foods that she eats and the lifestyle she lives. You will have to tune in for the live to learn Dr. G's 6 steps to hypernourishing your body and to get one of her smoothie shred recipes. She will also answer any questions you may have!
 
May is Lupus Awareness Month. According to The Lupus Foundation of America: "Approximately 1.5 million Americans have a form of lupus. Systemic lupus erythematosus cases: 70% of total lupus cases. Of individuals diagnosed with...
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Mexican Lasagna

 
Y'all have been asking when we will be doing our live cooking shows again. Well guess what?!! We will be going LIVE on JaneUnChained News (on Facebook).
 
It's happening Wednesday, May 19th at 12:30 PM PT (that's 2:30 PM CT/3:30 PM ET).
 
We will be cooking up Marzia's infamous Mexican lasagna, that she adapted from the Vegan 8 Cookbook. It's a one pot meal that we make in the Instant Pot. If you want to cook along with us, scroll on down for the ingredients and let's get to cooking!
 
Ingredients
2 medium sweet potatoes, cubed, cooked (peeled is optional)
2 cans Hatch red chili (you can also use green)
Pico - diced tomatoes, onions, cilantro, jalapeno to taste
1 cup fire roasted corn
1 cup black beans
1 can jackfruit, shredded
6 - 8 Organic corn tortillas 
 
Instructions
  1.  Cook sweet potatoes (or you can purchase frozen precooked cubed sweet potatoes).
  2. Shred jackfruit and set aside in a bowl.
  3. In one large bowl add pico, black beans, and fire roasted...
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Happy Mother's Day!

Today is the official day dedicated to celebrating our Mother(s).  We want to wish all of our Plant Chic Moms an extra special Mother's Day this year and we hope you are able to be together. 

So much has transpired since we were on lockdown last year and it's nice to be getting back to some sense of "normal". [I'm not even sure what that means...]

We want to wish our small team a super fabulous Mother's Day. Without our Plant Chics Tribe moderator, Tiffany Wilkerson, and our Influencer Relations, Monique Gutierrez, we wouldn't be where we are today.

Tiffany and her beautiful children.   

To those of you who no longer have your Mother, we are sending virtual hugs. And to those of you who are motherly figures, we see you too!

We honor you, we love you, and we wish you a magical day! We look forward to the day we can all be together and give each other ginormous hugs!

Happy Mother's Day, Plant Chics!

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Find Veg Love

We are all about collaborating with other female business owners. And we think this collab is pretty tantalizing!

We met Karine on Clubhouse and she promptly joined our Tribe. We've been in a lot of Clubhouse rooms together and we absolutely love her energy. We also love that she's the vegan matchmaker!!

So if you are single, plant based or vegan, then this blog post is for you!! Finding a partner who shares your views around diet and lifestyle has just gotten a lot easier. Karine has been finding vegans love for over 10 years!

She helps her clients get ready for love, attract who they seek, and meet their perfect veg match.

Karine offers safe matchmaking services to help veg singles in the US and Canada find their animal-loving, health and earth-conscious soulmates! How fabulous is that?!! Vegan dating is Karine's jam. She's great at what she does and she loves helping vegans find love!

Karine recently launched a 1 Month Matchmaking Package at a really affordable price,...

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The THR5 Formula Summit

Lettuce ask you — what does it mean to thrive? 

What defines a thriving life?

Does it mean you have to be successful in your career? Is “having it all figured out” a good sign of a thriving life? Do you need to be happy all the time to thrive?

Well, there isn’t an exact answer to those questions. 

In general, a thriving life involves a sense of development. That involves acknowledging your strengths and weaknesses and knowing how to manage yourself no matter what situation you're in. 

To thrive,

You don't have to be a successful entrepreneur.

You don't need large amounts of money or resources.

You don't have to figure it all out.

To thrive is a continuous process — that of which needs regular ‘sharpening of the saw’. It needs commitment (and a little bit of guidance and self-education)

The THR5 Formula™ Virtual Summit aims to help individuals become a better version of themselves and thrive in different aspects of...

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Breakfast Brownies

 

Holy yum! These breakfast brownies are super nourishing and healing and they are a perfect food to feed your health-ful gut microbiome. And here's an extra bonus: they're whole food and they taste delish! These do not have any processed ingredients or refined sugar. #winning

Ingredients

1 can black beans (or ~ 12 oz of black beans if you make them from dried black beans)

1/2 cup oat flour (I grind old fashioned oats in a coffee blender for my oat flour)

2 heaping Tbsp cacao powder

2 scoops Ultimate Shrooms

1 teas baking soda

4+ blended dates (dates + water) - add more or less for your desired sweetness

1/4 cup peanut butter (or nut butter of choice)

1 teas vanilla

1 1/2 cups chopped fruit of choice (I used mangoes in this recipe)

Directions

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

2. Add dry ingredients to bowl. Mix well.

3. Add the rest of the ingredients, except the fruit. Stir well, but make sure you don't over stir.

4. Add the fruit and stir to combine.

5. Pour batter into...

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Happy Earth Day

 

Happy Earth Day!

In honor of #earthday I am sharing a zero-waste food recipe with you.

But first, let’s talk food waste.

Food waste is a big problem. In the US, 63 million tons of food are wasted every year. Food waste accounts for 21 % of all fresh water in the US and takes up 21% of the landfill. It releases a methane gas that is 28 times more potent than carbon dioxide and it exhausts our natural resources like water, gas, energy, land, labor, and fertilizers to produce it. We need to be more conscious of what food we buy and how we use it before it goes bad.

I had some carrots that were about to go bad, and I was not feeling like eating them with hummus. I wanted something sweet and then I remembered my carrot cake energy bites! What better way to celebrate Mother Earth Day than with my carrots that were about to go bad and my NutraMilk machine.

I love partnering up with companies that are committed to supporting a sustainable lifestyle. My NutraMilk machine is a zero...

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