Personally, I believe that everything we do has a karmic flow. By karmic flow, I’m talking about karma. The idea that everything you contribute to, the decisions you make and the way you act in this world will always eventually come back to you in one way or another. I also believe that a lot of us are on this earth to fulfill and resolve karma that our souls have been carrying around for a long time.

This goes into everything we do, from how we treat others, to how honest we are, even down to your karmic flow of money. Lately I have been thinking about this flow directly related to the food we consume and the companies we support with our $$.

Traditionally when most people think about karma, its thought about not doing negative things. Essentially, don’t lie cheat and steal and you’re good right? Not so much. With that thought train, why don’t we let that go into everything we do including the food we eat? With every dollar spent on food, you could potentially be contributing to environmental damage, suffering of innocent animals, horrible working conditions, support of toxic chemicals… the list goes on and on. As much as we’d like to think that small everyday choices like this don’t matter, they do. The karmic flow of making poor food choices is way deeper than just negatively affecting our health.

To flip this to a less morbid, more positive note, think abut the karmic flow when supporting companies that are doing good. Eating organic plant based food is contributing to the use of less chemicals, saving thousands of gallons of water, helping an organic farmer stay in business and nourishing your body all at the same time. The karmic flow of this is so much bigger than anyone really could imagine. I know for myself, ever since I stopped eating meat, dairy and conventional processed foods, my entire world has opened up!

Have you ever thought about your karmic flow? For the next week, try to take notice on the negative and positive moments in your life. Take notice on how you feel, how others treat you and if you have been taking care of yourself by making positive food choices. Remember a positive karmic flow is there if you want it to be!

Download this weeks shopping list here.

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  1. The Green Day Dream Smoothie.

    Ever find yourself daydreaming of greens? Sounds ridiculous, but I for sure do. They make me feel alive, clear headed, and like I’m doing something really good for my body. Leafy greens are packed with essential vitamins and nutrients to help yourself not only survive in this world but fully thrive.

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2. Hazelnut & Date Pick Me Up Bars.

These bars can be a really good solution for HANGRYness. They only have 6 ingredients, and take 5 minutes to make. It doesn’t get much easier than that.

I added KOS ashwaghanda and chia seed powder to give you that extra little lovin’ you’ll most definitely need during a blood sugar crash. The ashwaghanda will help manage stress and mellow you out from the hanger that was about to ensue. The chia seed powder will help keep you full and satisfied until your next meal. Not to mention, both of these things can do way way more than just that, making them the perfect additives to any good pick-me-up.

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3. Mint + Quinoa Tabbouleh Salad.

Simple, inexpensive, flavorful, and I swear this gets better overnight! I love how high in protein this is and how fresh the mint makes this taste on your palette. Its takes only a few minutes to make once the quinoa is cooked and not only is great for meal prep, but its perfect for a picnic too!

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4. Roasted Red Pepper Mushroom Lasagna.

This sauce is incredibly easy to make and much less time consuming than a marinara. Its so creamy and velvety making it the perfect sauce to vessel this dish. I love using Kite Hill almond ricotta for this lasagna as its incredibly easy. As it is more expensive, I swear its worth every single penny! Creamy, fluffy, flavorful and pairs well with literally anything. If you have your own almond ricotta recipe, use that!

This dish is so great for feeding lots of people or for a meal prep. There’s something insanely satisfying about knowing you have a tray of lasagna waiting for you in the fridge after a long day. Sometimes I’ll even eat it for breakfast. Shhhhh!

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Did you make this weeks meal prep?

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