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PHOTO: Julie Cove + Yvonne Becker

HAPPY HEALTHY LIVING

WRITTEN BY: ISABELLE NOVAK  *  PHOTOS FROM WHERE WOMEN COOK MAGAZINE

Alkaline Sisters blogger and former interior designer Julie Cove knows a thing or two or three about healthy eating. More importantly, she knows it can be easy and delectable with virtually astounding results. The blog she manages with her sister Yvonne not only provides simple, alkaline, family-friendly recipes, but introduces the wide-range of benefits from incorporating alkaline foods into a diet. Cove’s lifestyle transformation sparked after changing her diet to ease the pain from a debilitating health issue. Once started, she was hooked. The pair explains how an affective diet change can enhance energy and happiness while strengthening the physical body and immune system. The Alkaline Sisters blog focuses on alkaline recipes that balance the body’s pH level. Ingredients are fresh, raw, unprocessed and vegan. Cove’s recipes offer colorful twists with avocado chocolate pudding, zucchini pesto pasta, and white chocolate macaroon bites. She even has a recipe for decadent chocolate truffles. If that’s not happy healthy living, we don’t know what is.

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PHOTO: Julie Cove + Yvonne Becker

PHOTO: Julie Cove + Yvonne Becker

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COVE EXPLAINS HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF ALKALINE LIVING. SHE RECOMMENDS SLOWLY INCORPORATING ALKALINE FOODS INTO A DIET WITH A GOAL OF 70-80% ALKALINE. THIS SHOULD BE COMBINED WITH 2-4 LITERS OF ALKALIZING WATER DAILY. ADDING POWDERED GREENS CLEANSES, ENERGIZES, AND FLUSHES UNWANTED TOXINS AND FATS FROM THE BODY.

PHOTO: Julie Cove + Yvonne Becker

PHOTO: Julie Cove + Yvonne Becker

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