Philosophiemama's Food Journal

I’ve had several requests for a post sharing what I eat in a day. So, here goes! 

 

Sophie Jaffe in kitchen - philosophie superfoods

 

Remember that preparation is everything in eating healthy. No excuses! Pick two days a week and prepare by chopping veggies, making smoothies + soups, + going grocery shopping.  Smoothies + Soups will last 2-3 days in a closed container + both can be frozen for 2-3 weeks and then defrosted by placing in fridge the night before. 

 

philosophie mama grocery cart- philosophie superfoods

 

 

Philosophie mama fridge - philosophie superfoods

 

I start my day {around 6:30am} with a big glass of room temperature alkaline water. After the glass is finished I have a small tea cup filled with warm/hot water with lemon, a pinch of cayenne pepper, 1 t apple cider vinegar, a touch of fresh ginger juice + 1 t green dream or berry bliss manuka honey. 

 

philosophie mama superfood manuka honey - beegreen superfood honey

 

From then, I’ll have breakfast. During that time I’m making food for the kids, and it took a lot of self discipline to learn not to snack on their food mindlessly. I actually did my 14 day cleanse in order to get out of that bad habit that I couldn’t seem to break. After day 7 of the cleanse I didn’t even WANT their food, I couldn’t wait to dive into my own breakfast when I was ready.

 

 

Most days I will have a large breakfast {listed below} but on days when I have a workout planned for early I will either have a piece of fruit or start with a green juice. Something simple. 

 

{Philosophie Cacao Magic Chia Seed Pudding}

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

{Berry Bliss Superfood Parfait}

 

 

For most larger breakfast days I will have a huge bowl of superfood egg white oats, chia seed pudding, green eggs with tons of veggies or a gigantic 30oz Superfood smoothie. I always add my super foods to everything above to add nutrients, vitamins + bonus protein. It also gives me more energy to start my day instead of just eating those foods plain. These foods POWER ME UP for the day + activate my brain + focus. 

 

 

On the weekends we will sometimes have brunch with my parents and make superfood gluten-free pancakes. 

 

 

Philosophie Superfoods Glutenfree Pancakes

My husband is Israeli + I will NOT give up an opportunity for shashuka if it presents itself! {a traditional israeli breakfast with over easy eggs, tomato + lots of herbs}

 

healthy egg breakfast - israeli shashuka

About an hour and a half or 2 hours later I will have a large 160-20oz green veggie juice. This is filled with mostly green leafy veggies {spinach/collard greens/kale/swiss chard etc} cucumber, celery, parsley, dandelion root, apple cider vinegar, ginger, extra liquid chlorophyll + a pear or apple to sweeten it. Most days, a piece of raw chocolate needs to fit into this snack :)

 

Green Dream smoothie - Green fresh juice

 

philosophie cacao magic truffle - superfoods chocolate

 

 

Then I drink alkaline water with peppermint essential oil or lemon until lunch. This is what I sip on most of the day in between meals. I try and wait 15-20 min after the meal so I can properly digest before flooding my system with water. Then after the time has passed, I’ll drink as much as I possibly can before I eat again. 

 

 

 

For lunch I usually always have a superfood smoothie or a large salad. The majority of days I’m on the go at a demo in a store or working with my team at our headquarters so we will just make a large vat of smoothie for all of us to have in between the insanity that ensues. If I’m at home, I almost always have a large salad like the one I shared on New Beauty’s youtube channel.

 

 

 

 

Philosophie mama superfood salad - vegetarian, vegan

 

doing a Philosophie Superfoods demo at Mother’s Market in Brea: 

 

Philosophie mama of Philosophie Superfoods - demo in Mother's Market

 

mid-afternoon, around 3p, I’m back with my kiddos and we all share a snack. Usually this is sipping on fresh juice or a smoothie with something I’ve made like raw cacao magic chocolates, truffles, homemade energy bar or a baked good I created with the superfoods. 

 

 

We are usually outside or at the park so this is the easiest thing to bring 

along. We all share the juice or smoothie so it’s just enough to take the edge off until dinner. 

 

cacao magic muffins - philosophie superfoods, vegan, gluten-free muffins

 

Sometimes we will just bring fresh fruit and raw veggies and they do really well with that because it’s so refreshing while they are playing hard. It’s so hydrating for their widdle bodies :) Then we are all sipping on water while we play + enjoy each other. 

 

 

 

Sometimes I will sneak a little snack for myself like a spoonful of almond or coconut butter to hold me over for dinner. It also helps me not to overeat at night if I eat enough during the day. I hate feeling ravenous at night so I’ve learned over time to pump my body with NUTRIENT DENSE FOODS all day long so I can eat like a normal human when the sun goes down and not like an animal. 

 

While I’m making dinner I’ll listen to beautiful music, my favorite is Krishna Das, + I try to drink water the entire time instead of having wine or something else. This time is sacred for me, it feels like a moving meditation as I chop veggies + prepare food with love for my beautiful family.

 

Gluten-free stuffing recipe:

 

 It’s really important to me to make dinner for the kiddos + that we all have homemade dinners as a family, sharing our day, experiences + lives together. While the kids are waiting + playing I will put out “appetizers” of raw veggies cut up with some sort of dip like hummus or tahini.

For dinner my go-to meals are either a stir fry made with TONS of fresh veggies or a veggie curry with coconut milk + turmeric. 

 

We get all our veggies from the farmers market or from our delivery box LOVE. It’s so fun to get them delivered because then you are forced to go outside your comfort zone + learn about new veggies + fruit instead of getting stuck in a boring routine. 

 

 

Every week it’s slightly different + i feel more connected to nature + the environment because of what’s in season. Oftentimes I’ll just take whatever veggies are left over and bake them so I can keep playing with the kids. I love making gluten-free stuffing. Whatever works, right?

 

 

3-4 days of the week my husband joins us for dinner. On those nights we will sometimes add a protein to dinner, salmon, organic grass-fed meat, organic turkey or chicken. I don’t prepare meat… I’m a raw vegan food chef so all my cooking/training has been in that cuisine. So if Adi is home, we will eat non-vegan food :) 

 

Occasionally when I’m feeling lazy or don’t feel like chopping veggies I will make gluten-free pasta + add Green Dream to the marinara sauce to make it more nutrient dense. I always add fresh herbs to everything I create for extra nutrients. 

 

 

Other times we’ll have a vegan superfood soup which can be made ahead of time and just warmed. The kids love slurping it with a spoon! 

 

Vegan Gluten-free soup - in the Nourish Cookbook

 

The kids have amazing palettes + eat just about every single thing I put 

on their plates. I feel INCREDIBLY grateful for that, as I know it can be really hard for many parents. My best advice is to just keep trying. They will eventually come around if they keep being exposed to it + most importantly see YOU enjoying it regularly. 

 

After the kids are asleep I usually want something else to nosh on so I will either have some sort of vegan ice cream (mint chip is my FAVE), raw or dark chocolate or a glass of wine. If I’m in a non-lazy mood I will make the ice cream myself with frozen bananas and my superfood blends or a chia seed cacao magic pudding.

 

 

 I’d much prefer to waste those calories on dessert… my sweet tooth will just about always win :) I usually always have a tablespoon of nut butter before bed. I’ve read a few studies that say that this will help balance your blood sugar levels while you sleep. I’m all for any excuse to eat nut butter :)


 

 

vegan ice cream - superfoods philosophie

 

That’s it! Let me know in the comments if you have any specific questions! I tried to share as many deets as I could without getting so lost in them + boring you to death. What are tricks you have to stay energized throughout the day? Do you ever feel like you don’t eat enough + then at night you stuff your face? Let’s work as a team to get through some not so awesome habits! Please let me know if I can share anything else that may help your journey xo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comments (11):

Desiree on

Hi Sophie! Just curious what those little bottles next to the water bottle are? We live in the middle-of-nowhere Oklahoma, so getting my hands on alkaline water isn’t easy! Thanks!

adrienne! on

THANK YOU for sharing!!!! must have taken a lot of work and thought!! i’ll definitely keep this in mind when making lifestyle choices – especially post-cleanse!! :)))

Jana on

Hi Sophie!!

I finally made it off Insta and on to your website! Every time you post something about your Cacao Magic, I start salivating!! As soon as I get back from Canada, I’m going to stock up. In the meanwhile, tell me — what kind of Alkaline water are you drinking? Kangen? Do you have a system in your own home? Or are you getting it from that place on Main St.?

Sophie on

Rachel: the dinner recipes (curry, etc) will be posted this week! thanks for the request! :)

Sophie on

Hey Robyn!

it’s not that I “can’t” snack on the kids breakfast, or that it isn’t healthy, it’s that even the healthiest of foods shouldn’t be eaten ALL DAY LONG. With kiddos (which I’m sure you know) food is always around, and for my JOB I am constantly playing with new recipes + making food for clients so it can be challenging not to eat ALL.DAY. the kids eat earlier than my body is ready (they sleep for 12 hours straight so their bodies are needing nourishment) so I generally drink my liquids while they eat then attempt to SLOWLY eat my own breakfast without having to run around like a maniac like I have to do while they are eating. make sense? thanks for commenting! xoxo

Sophie on

Hey Kristen!

Usually when I juice I make a large VAT and store it in mason jars for 2 days. If you aren’t using a pressed juicing machine the nutrients aren’t stored as well as pressed, but it is still amazing for you and full of vitamins. You do lose a percentage of the nutrients though. For me, I’d rather have juice that’s a little less nutrient dense than none at all. We have a local juice bar 2 blocks from my house so I typically just purchase several juices at a time and store them in the fridge. I’ve calculated the difference in energy/time/clean up/cost and it’s about equal (buying organic produce to juice it all at home vs purchasing a $9 juice). It’s a PAIN to have to juice everything at home and if it ends up being the same price, I will oftentimes just purchase them. Hope this helps! sending love.

Heather Williams on

Your diet sounds so much like my own Sophie!:) Thank you for sharing this with me:) My life hasn’t been the same since I added Philosophie Superfoods to my day:) Thank you for sharing them with the world!:) I love, love, love them! Do you accept people to do demos anywhere across the country? I’d love to!:)

Kristen on

Thanks for sharing! I have a question about juicing- do you make the juices for yourself daily? Any tips for making juicing more convienent? I know you said you prep your veggies before hand so that could help. Let me know:) I need to add more green juice to my life!

Robyn Law on

Love this! It’s very similar to what I do with our family, although I will prepare the meat/protein but we try to not eat it that frequently. Sometimes I’ll join in with some salmon but here in Saudi we don’t really have much access to organic, grass fed chicken or free range anything! I am curious though, what do you prepare for the kiddos for breakfast that you cannot snack on? As for the afternoon in the park we have VERY similar snacks. My kids LOVE fruit and veggies and smoothies!! Love love loved this!

Rachel on

Will you share some of your dinner recipes (curry or stir fry)? Sounds delish!!

Wholly Eva on

Such a great post Sophie! XO

-Eva

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Heart of the Week: Postpartum Lactation Support Products

My little angel is a little over three months and time is already moving way too quickly. It’s such a treasure to watch her grow every day. I still can’t get over it. She’s here. She has truly completed our little family and I feel so honored to provide for her.

Yet, motherhood never ceases to be a challenge. No matter if it's your first or sixth. It’s DRAINING; you’re constantly being stretched, used and tested. Your sources are depleted. It’s all the more important to take care of yourself so you can fully care for your child.

During this postpartum period, I look for really clean ingredients that help me feel balanced and strong. Many of these ingredients help boost milk supply and an overall healthy body. A lot of these products are influenced by Ayurveda science, which is what my postpartum doula specialized in. A lot of these products have herbs, spices and ingredients from the Ayurveda diet, which encourages a healthy milk supply. It's also important I incorporated good healthy fats, carbs and protein into my diet along with lots of water to be sure I'm getting all of what I need to provide life force and energy for baby, to give her my all since she's taking so much.

Here are some of my favorite products I incorporate into my diet for postpartum lactation support:

Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend - I crafted this superfood blend with a mama’s need in mind. It came to me while pregnant with Kai because my body didn’t feel like it was getting all the nutrients and substance it needed to support a growing human alongside my own life force. It’s key ingredient, spirulina, is antioxidant-rich and packed with nutrients like vitamin B12, which is especially important for breastfeeding mothers.

Coconut Bliss Coconut Butter - I love, love, love healthy fats! Healthy fats are essential to providing mama and baby with the best nutrition possible. I’m constantly craving a sweet treat and being able to enjoy a spoonful of Coconut Bliss satisfies my craving while still providing essential nutrients to baby girl. Our Berry Bliss blend is a vitamin C powerhouse so I can continue to fight off any sickness while providing for Noa.

Nettle Leaf (Organic) - This dark, leafy green plant is high in iron and is known to stimulate healthy milk production. I add some to my homemade tea blends and drink it throughout the day or when I’m in a mood for it. It combines beautifully with our superfood honey - my favorite combo is nettle leaf and Berry Bee Honey. So calming!

Banyan Fenugreek Seed - Not only does this spice help with digestion and metabolism, but it has a nice pop of flavor that adds a nice quality to any meal. Even better, it helps nourish rasa dhatu (fluids in the body), supporting the healthy production of breast milk and acting as a rejuvenative to the female reproductive system. My doula added this to the Birth Recovery Stew and it was SO good. It can also be seeped as a tea but I enjoy it as a spice in my soups.

MUSH - These overnight oats are so great to grab on the go and are soaked in dairy-free mylk and blended with real, whole ingredients like apple crisp, vanilla bean and cacao. Oats have a strong source of iron making it a great support for lactation. This  simple little pleasure is something I can shamelessly grab on my way out the door without the worry that it would later harm baby. It’s a great snack to enjoy whether you’re breastfeeding or not!

Countertop Mother’s Breakfast - Incorporating herbs, spices and supplements that boost milk production is important, but you also need products that boost the quality of your milk supply. It’s where your baby is getting all the essential vitamins and nutrients for a strong, healthy body! I’ve started using Mother’s Breakfast in almost everything - oatmeal, smoothies, teas and coffees. Some of its ingredients include turmeric, fenugreek, ginger, cumin, cardamom and nutmeg. 

Majka Bites - I’m OBSESSED with these delicious lactation cookies. They are by far the best lactation cookies I’ve ever had. They are made from entirely natural ingredients and superfoods like chia seeds, coconut, and flaxseed. I take them with me everywhere!

Breastfeeding mamas, what are some of your must-have foods and ingredients? Share with me on Facebook using #PhilosophieMama or #PhilosophieLove.

 

Recipe Round-up: 5 Superfood Packed Packable Lunches

The boys are back in school and I’m feeling this major energy shift to get back to hustlin’. This calls for all the potent, nutrient-dense lunches full of all the delicious superfoods I could ever need. Philosophie Babe, Marissa Cohen, scoured our Philosphie recipe database for some of our all-time packable favs.


While we’re still soaking up every last bit of the summer sun, fall is just around the corner. Making the transition back to school, college, and work schedules can be stressful. Packing a nourishing lunch is a great way to fuel your day and give yourself something to look forward to before that mid-afternoon lull. Here are my top 5 packable Philosophie superfood lunches to enjoy all week long.

Monday – Winter Superfood Salad

Start your week off right with this delicious salad. With a hearty mix of veggies, wild rice, eggs, and a delicious Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend infused balsamic dressing, this salad will keep you satisfied through your busiest afternoons.


Gather This:

FOR THE SALAD

2 cups organic mixed greens

1 cup cooked black wild rice

1 soft boiled egg

4-5 slices of cucumber

1 spoonful of sauerkraut

S + P

FOR THE DRESSING

¼ cup olive oil

2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar

1 teaspoon Green Dream Superfood + Protein Powder

S + P


Do This:

Toss all of your salad ingredients into a large bowl. In a separate bowl, gently whisk all of your wet ingredients together until the dressing emulsifies. Add extra salt, pepper, additional olive oil, or vinegar as needed! Toss your salad + dressing, and devour!


Tuesday – Empty the Fridge Curry

Batch cooking is a must for busy weeks. This curry recipe uses whatever you have on hand for a flavorful, wholesome meal. It is perfect lunch as we transition into the cooler autumn months. From an energetic perspective, root vegetables and spices like turmeric and ginger have grounding properties to keep you calm during stressful days at the desk.


Gather This:

4 cans coconut milk

3 sweet potatoes

1 parsnip

2 C carrots

2 C green beans

1 C snap peas

1 medium white onion

3 small squash

S + P

1 ½ tsps crushed garlic

1 inch fresh ginger (chopped)

Pinch of garam masala, tumeric + cumin

Bragg's Sea Kelp Seasoning

Curry leaves

1 tsp Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend


Do This:

Add all ingredients (vegetables, milk, then spices) to a crockpot and cook on high for approximately 4 hours. After your curry's cooked, add the Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend, serve up in your favorite bowl, and ENJOY!

Wednesday – Green Dream Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers

This one will make your co-workers jealous. Stuffed peppers are simple and delicious. Try making this recipe for dinner one night and bringing the leftovers the next day.


Gather This:

4 bell peppers

4 C quinoa or rice (cooked)

½ C chopped onion

10 cloves garlic, minced

1 tbsp Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend (divided)

S + P (to taste)

Cheese (optional)


Do This:

Preheat oven to 375 degrees fahrenheit. Sauté garlic and onions in a splash of olive or coconut oil then mix in the quinoa and add the seasonings to taste. Cut off the top of the bell peppers and remove any seeds. Stuff the bell peppers with quinoa mix, cover with foil and bake for 10 mins. Then uncover and bake for 15 more mins. Add cheese when desired, while baking for golden brown, or immediately after pulling out from oven. Finish with a sprinkle with Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend.

Thursday – Zoodle Pesto Pasta

Who doesn’t love pasta? This Zoodle Pesto Pasta is full of fiber, plant based protein, and healthy fats, unlike traditional boxed pasta. Get creative and add toppings like hemp seeds, herbs, sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, and tempeh to suit your liking.


Gather This:

2 zucchinis (one per person for zoodles)

1/4 C olive oil

3/4 C cashews

1/2 C pine nuts

1 C basil

2 T water

1 T nutritional yeast

1 tsp Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend

1 clove of garlic

1 tsp garlic powder (optional)

1 tsp sea salt

1 tsp Bragg's Organic Sea Kelp Delight (optional)

1 tsp hemp seeds for seasoning

 

Do This:

Cut both ends off of the zucchini. Follow the directions for your spiralizer and transform your zucchini into thin ribbons, placing the final product into two large bowls. Mix all of the pesto ingredients in a high-speed blender. If the mixture isn’t incorporating properly, feel free to add more water and/or olive oil to get things moving. Divide the pesto sauce evenly amongst the “pasta” and stir it all together! Optional (but delicious) toppings include: hemp seeds, herbs, sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts, and tempeh!


Friday – Brain Boosting Smoothie

On days when you can’t be bothered to chop or roast veggies (we feel you), depend on your blender. Smoothies are a great meal replacement if they have the right balance of carbohydrates, protein, and healthy fats to sustain you. This Brain Boosting Smoothie checks all of the boxes. Chocolate for lunch is perfectly acceptable when it comes from our high-vibe Cacao Magic Superfood + Protein Blend. Make it even more delicious with an extra spoonful of one of the Philosophie coconut butters for extra brain power.


Gather This:

1 C nut milk

1 frozen banana

2-3 T chopped walnuts

1 T Cacao Magic Superfood + Protein Blend

1 T coconut oil

1 T unsweetened coconut flakes

1 tsp Cacao Bee Honey

1 tsp cinnamon

Two handfuls ice

Organic pomegranate seeds, cacao nibs, or chopped walnuts (for toppings)


Do This:

Add all ingredients (except your toppings) to a high-speed blender and blend until creamy and smooth. If it’s too thick, add a bit more nut milk. Pour into your favorite glass, add your toppings, and enjoy!



We hope these lunch ideas inspire you as much as they excite us. If you make any of these recipes or create your own Philosophie-infused lunchbox meals, be sure to tag us on social media and use #philosophielove!

Blackberry Bliss Waffle Toast

We’ve decided. Waffle Toasts are the official morning boost over here at Philosophie! We’ve been luh-luh-loving them! Give me a delicious grain-free waffle smothered in Philosophie superfoods any day.

This delectably dark beauty is loaded with our Berry Bliss Superfood + Protein Blend and Coyo Coconut Yogurt for some high-vibe nutrients to power you through the day. Did you know that our Berry Bliss Blend contains camu camu which is one of the world’s most abundant forms of vitamin C? Amazing! I have this immunity-booster on the daily.

If you’re still recovering from the weekend out in the sun like me then this little snack creation is just the answer!


Gather This:

1 Kitchfix Grain-free Waffle

1/2 cup Coyo Coconut Yogurt

1 tsp Berry Bliss Superfood + Protein Blend

1 tsp Berry Bee Honey

A handful of smashed organic blackberries

1/2 cup Kitchfix Grain-free Granola

Organic Blackberries

Bee Pollen


Do This:

Toast waffle. In a bowl, mix the coconut yogurt, Berry Bliss Superfood + Protein Blend + Berry Bee Honey. Add in smashed blackberries to create the beautiful purple color. Spread mixture on the toasted waffle and top with a sprinkling of granola, blackberries and bee pollen. ENJOY!

How do you cleanse your body after a weekend away? Share your superfood recipes with me on Instagram using #PhilosophieLove or #PhilosophieSuperfoods.

Honoring the New Moon in Virgo

Hi, loves! Dropping by with a little note to welcome you to this magical New Moon AND Jewish New Year. The mystic event occurs in the house of Virgo and let me tell you, it’s a special one. This is all about really centering yourself and beginning to do the work you've been avoiding. The time is now.

Are there dreams you're longing for or a future you aspire to create? This cycle is calling on you to make definite steps toward this goal and put in the work. This past season was a time of shedding and as we welcome fall we enter a season of growth and rebirth. 

New Moons are full of delicious potent energy even though the sky is dark and clouded, it’s a time of creation and intention as you prepare for the upcoming moon cycle. Representative of fertility, the New Moon births dreams and goals into the front of your mind. It's a time to nest and bring in organization to your home and work space. New Moon energy is more introverted so use this grounded Earth energy to create your sanctuary. How do you want it to feel from the inside out? Make your home this space.

A New Moon is a time to create your visions, setting new intentions and manifest. Look internally and come to terms with what's blocking you and holding you back. What do you need to release? It's time to expand. Raise your frequency and step up into the goddess self you’re meant to be. It begs a magical moon ritual to honor the occasion.

NEW MOON RITUAL

This ritual is all about setting intentions for what you’d like to learn, create, see or experience in this moon cycle. What do you want to see come to fruition over the coming month?

Here are some of my favorite New Moon ritual essentials:

Candles: sets the stage + environment by bringing in calming energy

Crystals/Stones: set out any crystals/stones that call you in this upcoming cycle; a Virgo set includes: Smoky Quartz (grounding), Dumortierite (create order), Pink Calcite (call in love), Amazonite (calmness), and Unakite (remove blockages)

Sage/Palo Santo: cleansing energy and creates a sacred space in your moon circle

Moon Deck: pull for setting intentions or clearing your mind and raising any thoughts + emotions that you need to release

Journal + pen: free-form writing, or journal about questions, thoughts, or intentions that arise during your ritual

Tea or water: sip on a herbal tea with Philosophie honey or a warm cup of water with lemon

Tip: you can find most of my favorite must-haves in our Magic Moon Satchel for you babes!

NEW MOON IN VIRGO

This New Moon rests in the house of Virgo, the goddess herself. Virgo allows us to tap into the gifts that make us unique. It’s a time of unbounded self-love and truly honoring our inner selves. This New Moon is all about reminding us of the powerful, beautiful goddess that exists in all of us.

I’m a Virgo rising. My husband, Adi, and Kai are both Virgos as are my step-mom and many of my best friends. Since I’m an earthy Taurus in sun and moon, I really feel at home and comforted when Virgo moves into cycle. It brings out all the love and support that surrounds me.

Tap into that powerful Virgo energy! Leave space for your vision and have the confidence to conquer any obstacles in your way. What new opportunities and successes are you actively calling on and working towards? Whatever you choose to put your focus on, you will have the energy of this New Moon to power and ignite you.

Virgo energy is one that thrives off of the natural and organic, making it a delicious time to really nourish yourself inward and outwardly. Pay special attention to each meal you create and give it a little love with Philosophie superfoods. Daily self-care will also give you the focus + love needed to shape strong intentions for this next cycle.

Ask yourself: Have you been putting your wellbeing and self-love first?

To harness the magic of the New Moon, this honest reflection is how you can truly show up to create the life you want as well as be there for others to your fullest capacity.

How do you plan to celebrate and honor tomorrow’s New Moon in Virgo? Let me know on Facebook using #PhilosophieLove or #MyPhilosophie.

Chlorophyll Green Dream Tonic Recipe

Sometimes coffee and caffeinated teas are too much for the system, but I think we can all agree that we all love something warm and soothing to wake us up. It’s a necessity to go on about the day. When I’m fretful of a caffeinated buzz I turn to warm tonics filled with superfoods and adaptogens to give me the gentle push I need.


Chlorophyll powder is a great detoxification supplement for your body and is used to regenerate your system and get it back on track. A great choice for a pick-me-up after a night out. Spirulina, the start ingredient in our Green Dream blend, is loaded with protein and is a great source of beta-carotene. It’s a delicious supplement for weight-loss.


Enjoy this elixir on slow mornings when you’re in need of a mental and physical reset.


Gather This:

1 cup Vita Coco pressed coconut water

1 tsp Green Bee Honey

1 scoop collagen

1 tsp Green Dream Superfood + Protein Blend

1 tsp Tocos

1 tsp Chlorophyll


Do This:

Blend all ingredients in a blender, enjoy! To warm, heat on stove top.

What tonics do you turn to when your body needs a physical reset? Share with us on Twitter using #PhilosophieSuperfoods or #PhilosophieLove.

Cooking with Brandless

As a busy mama with a newborn and two boys running around our home, it’s hard to find meals I can easily cook that are well-balanced and loaded with nutrients. I love brands that make it super simple and offer the best ingredients for my family.

We recently tried out Brandless, an online grocery hub that offers all the food and household items you could ever need. The best part about it is their organic, sustainable and eco-conscious items are actually AFFORDABLE. It’s a dream. 

We decided to have a quinoa bowl dinner night with the kiddos and Adi. Brandless made it super easy because everything was delivered to my doorstep at a fraction of normal pricing. We added roasted almonds, cranberries, chickpeas and a delicious teriyaki sauce all from Brandless. When I say “we” I actually just mean Kai, let’s be honest, he’s turning into the chef in our house. I’m NOT complaining.

Their website is really simple to find exactly what we're looking for and you can even search for vegan, cruelty-free, tree-free or gluten-free options. Whatever your vibe is, they got you!

Also, they offer sustainable and biodegradable household items like toilet paper and tableware. They also sell personal care items and office supplies. It’s truly a one-stop-shop. I highly encourage all you busy mamas out there to check it out - it’s a life saver!

We finished the night with the most delectable gluten-free brownies (all ingredients courtesy of Brandless) for dessert for Kai’s birthday!

Have you tried Brandless? I’d love to hear what meals you made with their items! Share with me on Instagram using #PhilosophieLove or #PhilosophieMama.



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