The Family Spring Cleanse

family spring cleanse

Are you tired of your children begging for junk food?

Does processed packaged food always seem to find a way back into your kitchen?

Are you feeling like you need to do a diet clean up?

Now is a great time to clean things up a bit. That’s why I am participating in The Family Spring Cleanse. I am super excited about this program because I have not seen anything like this before. Most cleanse diets are created with an individual person in mind but this program was created with the FAMILY in mind. It is safe for everyone to participate, has delicious kid-friendly recipes, and has a simple step by step get started guide.

Let’s face it, we’re moms, and we don’t have time to make separate food for everyone. That’s why this program is perfect for busy moms and their families. All recipes have been kid-tested so you don’t have to worry about trying to negotiate with your children to eat “weird” food.

Imagine your family happily eating nutritious whole foods and feeling satisfied with their new choices.

Here’s What People are Saying About Past Programs from The Holistic Mama

Getting Your Family On Board:

“I’ve been dabbling with real foods for a few months now, but your challenge has given me more focus. I could eat this way with no problems whatsoever; I was raised mainly on a real food diet. However, the rest of my family…not so much. I really wanted to show my daughter that there are many yummy options other than junk. Thanks for your daily guidance!” – Lisa Belles

Trying New Things:

I believe that this challenge has led me on a road to more discoveries. I plan to purchase only real foods from now on, at least the majority of the time. I will incorporate some items I already have in the cupboards (that are not real) until they are used up. A couple of new purchases that I have never tried before were coconut oil, chia seed and brown rice flour. There are so many new choices out there and I plan on continuing to try new items to see what I like and what I don’t. – Jodi Cooney

So, What is The Family Cleanse?

A simple, easy to follow, cleanse program made with families in mind. You will have a system to follow to help you save time and get the process started as soon as you download the cleanse guide. You will also have some AMAZING support during this program – not only from me – but also from all of these fabulous bloggers:

For those of you who think cleansing might be way too hard to do – you have all these experts here to back you up and help you meet the challenge. It’s not only these bloggers that will be doing this program but many of our readers will be following along. We will have a special Facebook group for discussions about the challenge and a place to reach out to everyone for help and support.

There are two ways you can participate in this family cleanse program:

Option # 1 (Free)

Join us and make the commitment to clean up your diet and get rid of processed packaged foods. Work on your own to create a meal plan full of healthy real food – heavy on the veggies, low on junk. You will receive:

  • Free Cleanse Guide: A free get started Cleanse Guide
  • A 10 Day Meal Plan Worksheet: An easy meal planning worksheet so you can plan your 10 days of clean eating
  • Giveaway: A chance to win one of our fabulous real food prizes

To enter this program for free & download the free guide click here

You will have the option to upgrade to the premium option anytime before May 28th.

Option # 2 – Premium Membership ($49)

You will receive:

  • Your Cleanse Guide: a 14 page step-by-step guide showing you exactly how to get started immediately. This fully customizeable program will fit any dietary restriction.
  • A Recipe Guide: You will have 51 recipes that are designed to be healthy and kid-friendly.
  • Daily Email Support: You will receive daily emails from me supporting you through this entire process.
  • A 10 Day Meal Plan Worksheet: This worksheet will help you customize your own personal meal plan based on the dietary needs of your family.
  • A Goal Setting Success Guide: This 10 page guide will help you get clear on why you are doing this cleanse, create your vision of the future to give you what you need to make your detox success last a lifetime.
  • Email access to me: for questions and support during the 10 days.
  • Life time Membership to our Private Facebook Group: a community forum for all participants to support each other through this process.
  • Giveaway: the change to win some fabulous real food prizes (giveaway opens up when the program begins).
  • And some other surprises!

You’ll Also get these Bonus Discount Codes:

PLUS…these awesome bonus videos from Wardeh Harmon!

How to Make Cinnamon Honey Grain-free Granola

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How to Make Fermented Fruit Leather

wardeh fermented fruit leather

How to Make Yogurt in a Dehydrator

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This is a group program that starts on May 28th through June 6th.

Are you ready to clean up your family’s diet??

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$500+ of Giveaways

This program includes the chance to win one of these wonderful prizes from our sponsors. This giveaway will go live once the group program begins on May 28th.

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Also, as a participant of this program (free or paid) you are entitled to enter the giveaway for the chance to win some prizes from our real food sponsors! These are some of the things you can win:

  • 1 Quart of Gold label Coconut Oil from Tropical Traditions ($40.00 Value)
  • 2 sets of Crimson series knives and 2 sets DUO Tongs and Kitchen Shears from the Ergo Chef – 2 winners! ($315.00 Value)
  • A 4 Pack of Soaps from Irish Twins Soaps ($25 Value)
  • A variety pack of Products from Redmond Trading – This bundle includes a 10 oz. jar of Redmond Clay, a 10 oz. Real Salt shaker and a 8 oz. Real Salt Organic Seasoning shaker and FREE Re-Lyte bottle and 5 Real Salt Pocket shakers ($48.28 Value)
  • A copy of “Weeding Out The Wheat” eBook by Tricia Gilkerson ($9.95 Value)
  • A case of Raw Honey from Really Raw Honey ($100 value) – 6 winners!
  • A copy of “Healing Candida with Food,” and eBook by Paula Miller ($17.95 Value)
  • One Pound of Almond flour from Nuts.com

If you have any questions about this program please don’t hesitate to Contact Roxanne.

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Weekend Links & Deals {11.30.13}

I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I’m not one for hitting the stores on Black Friday, but I don’t mind getting some good deals online! Here are some deals you don’t want to miss that are good through the whole weekend!

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat

This is the meal planning tool I’ve used for almost 3 years. I love it and this weekend it’s 50% off for a yearly subscription–the best deal you’ll see all year! It’s only $19.50 (or $1.60 a month) for a full year of organization, peace of mind, and healthy eating! Check out Plan to Eat and don’t miss this amazing deal–available through Dec. 2nd.

Vintage Remedies is having a great sale on most of their courses and resources through Dec. 2nd. If you’ve been thinking about taking a course, now is the time! Many of their amazing books are 50% off or more! I highly recommend the Handbook of Vintage Remedies and it’s only $9.49 right now.


And, if you missed the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle sale earlier this month, it’s back! For this weekend only, through Dec. 2nd you can get the Ultimate Healthy Living Bundle. This is the last time this bundle will be offered, so don’t miss this last chance! Plus, 25% of ALL profits are being given to charities such as Compassion International and Hope for Women!

Links for the Weekend:

Announcing the Jane Austen & Motherhood Book Club: I’m super excited to be a part of this book club where we’ll be going through 6 Jane Austen books throughout 2014. I would love to have you join us!

Intentional Holidays: Advent Planning for 2013: I love how she planned out her advent calendar using themes. We do something similar. Lots of great ideas here!

How to Have a Simple Christmas: Great ideas for simplifying during the Christmas season.

To the Mamas of Littles During the Holidays: A reminder to do less stuff this holiday season. A must read if you have little ones!

How I’m Using My CSA Box {Week of 8.1-8.8}

This week’s box was filled with many of the same things I’ve been finding in my box all summer: corn, tomatoes, lettuce, basil, green beans, summer squash, peaches, plums, and melon. Along with some things I haven’t seen for awhile like: beets, potatoes, and avocados!

I also added on a 20 pound box of peaches! So one of my main goals is figuring out how to use all of them when they ripen all at once! In the past, I’ve ended up freezing a bunch of them for use later in the year and I imagine I’ll do that again, but I also plan to have lots of peach filled goodness for the next couple weeks.

My recent plan has been to do my meal planning for the week after I pick up my CSA box on Wednesday mornings so I can plan my meals around what comes in the box. I like how it’s working for me. So here’s the plan for this week:

Tonight (Wednesday 8/1): Baked Pesto Chicken and Grilled Corn (Using: Corn)
Friday 8/3: Chicken with Rice and Green Beans (Using: Green Beans)
Saturday 8/4: Summertime Peach and Chicken Salad (Using: Lettuce, Peaches)–Recipe can be found here: Fresh: Nourishing Salads for all Seasons.
Sunday 8/5: Zucchini, Black Bean and Rice Skillet (Using: Summer Squash)
Monday 8/6: Gingery Chicken with Peaches with Roasted Potatoes (Using: Peaches, Potatoes)

And for the rest of the Bounty:

Avocados: A favorite lunch for my kids is avocado toast so I imagine that’s how the avocados will be used. But I also know I will have some leftover corn, so I might be tempted to make this Grilled Corn Avocado Salad, which will use up some of the basil as well.

Or, we could end up using the leftover corn with the potatoes on Saturday morning to make this Sweet Corn Hash.

Peaches, Plums, Melon: We’ll end up eating most of this fruit throughout the week–my daughter eats fruit like crazy!

20 pound box of Peaches: As I mentioned, I’m sure I will be freezing some of these peaches for using later in the year in smoothies and other dishes, but I also have dreams of making at least a couple of these delicious looking peach recipes:

As always, if you’re looking for more inspiration for using your summer produce, check out my Summer Food board on Pinterest.

Shared at Your Green Resource, Modern Alternative Kitchen, Frugally Sustainable, This Chick Cooks and This Flourishing Life.

Meal Plan Monday {10.10.11}

Once again, I had to switch things around last week…partly because I needed to use up some produce that was reaching the end of the line and partly because I got to go out with the girls one night (yay!)…so I didn’t end up making the Coconut Chicken Soup or PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps–you’ll see them on the line up again this week. I did make (again) the Autumn Herbed Chicken with Fennel and Squash (because I needed to use up the fennel and squash before it went bad) and a new recipe, Pakastani Kima, that I was dying to try.

Monday-Crock Pot Chicken Taco Chili (never ended up making this last week)
Tuesday-Leftovers
Wednesday-Today’s my baby’s birthday! We’re making pizza and I’ll also be making these Carrot Cake Cupcakes. (My friend Kara made the ones pictured above for Isaac’s 1st birthday last year and they were so good I decided to have them again this year!)
Thursday-Dinner Party with friends! I’m bringing dessert…not sure what yet.
Friday-Coconut Chicken Soup from Nourishing Traditions (originally planned for last week).
Saturday-PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps (originally planned for last week).
Sunday-Sausage Zucchini Bake (a new favorite around here!)

I’m participating in the Plan It-Don’t Panic Meal Planning Challenge over at Keeper of the Home.

Meal Plan Monday {10.3.11}

Last week didn’t go exactly as planned, and I never got to try the Magic Sauce recipe from 101 Cookbooks…so I moved it to this week. Here’s the lineup:

Monday-Leftover Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup (frozen from last week)
Tuesday-Omelets and Potatoes with Magic Sauce
Wednesday-Restaurant Style Meaty Marinara Sauce (pictured above)
Thursday-Grilled Rosemary Buttermilk Chicken
Friday-PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps (This is a new recipe for me but I’ve been wanting to try it for awhile…I love PF Chang’s Lettuce Wraps and I’m hoping these will turn out just as good!)
Saturday-Coconut Chicken Soup from Nourishing Traditions (another new recipe I’m trying)
Sunday-Crock Pot Chicken Taco Chili

I’m also planning on trying out these Pumpkin Muffins for breakfast one day this week.
Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat Come try out Plan to Eat, or if you’re already using it, let me know so we can share recipes!

I’m participating in the Plan It-Don’t Panic Meal Planning Challenge over at Keeper of the Home.

Meal Plan Monday {9.26.11}

This week I’m taking it easy on myself and doing lots of crockpot recipes…we’re going out of town this weekend so I know it will be a busy week preparing to leave. I love my crockpot!

Monday-Leftovers from last night (Autumn Herbed Chicken with Fennel and Squash)
Tuesday- Omelets and Potatoes with Magic Sauce (This is a new recipe I’m trying for the first time this week, but I’ve always loved everything I’ve tried from this website.)
Wednesday-Skinny Crockpot Chicken Wild Rice Soup
Thursday-Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup (I’ll freeze half of this and have it next week when we get back from our trip, so I won’t have to worry about making something on the night we get home.)
Friday-Out of town until Monday…so no more meals planned until next week!

Have you tried out Plan to Eat yet? You can try it out with a free 30 day trial…it’s where I keep all my recipes and do all my meal planning. You can add me as a friend if you join and have access to all my recipes (kjeldy).

Simple Meal Planning - Plan to Eat

I’m participating in the Plan It-Don’t Panic Meal Planning Challenge at Keeper of the Home…come check it out for links to more meal plans.

Meal Plan Monday {9.19.11}

Monday-Spicy Eggplant Eggplant is in season right now, so it’s the perfect time to enjoy this dish. This can be a side dish, but we just serve it over brown rice and call it dinner!
Tuesday-Tangy Otsu Noodle Salad from the Nourishing Salads for All Seasons Cookbook.
Wednesday-Sausage Zucchini Bake
Thursday-Leftovers
Friday-Thai Salad with Spicy Dressing (The dressing doesn’t have to be spicy…make it according to your preference…it also keeps really well in the fridge.)
Saturday-Grilled Chicken with Orange Ginger Marinade
Sunday-Autumn Herbed Chicken with Fennel and Squash (pictured above)

I’m also planning on making some of these Chewy Granola Bars sometime this week to have on hand for breakfasts, snacks, and school lunches.

I’m participating in the Plan It-Don’t Panic Meal Planning Challenge at Keeper of the Home…check it out for links to more meal plans.

Meal Plan Monday 9.12.11

I’ve been meal planning for a while now…because that’s the kind of girl I am. I love planning. I love list making, etc. etc. I’ve been toying with the idea of posting my meal plans here and since Stephanie at Keeper of the Home is doing a 6 week Meal Planning Challenge, I thought now would be as good a time as any. I use Plan to Eat and love it. I have almost 250 recipes on there, so if you’re on there too, be sure to add me (kjeldy) so we can share! Or try a free trial for 30 days. I’ve included links to all the recipes on this week’s meal plan. Enjoy!

Monday: Mango Salsa Chicken (pictured above)
Tuesday: Black Bean Tacos
Wednesday: Grilled Rosemary Buttermilk Chicken
Thursday: Gnocchi and Sausage
Friday: Dinner at Mom’s (Thanks Mom!)
Saturday: Out
Sunday: TBA (My husband’s out of town for the weekend…that’s why the weekend looks a little bare.) Next week we’ll have a more complete meal plan!

Linked up with Meal Plan Monday.