Author: drew

World Meet Addie Spahr Kim. Hello World!


Welcome! It’s official! Green Living Consulting is now Addie Spahr Kim, a blog-centered website dedicated to sharing tips, resources, ideas for living a healthier lifestyle so you can enjoy YOUR life to the fullest! Green Living Consulting will continue to serve as the umbrella company and my green consulting services are still available under certain […]

The Power of Juice Plus+


In February 2013 my family and I started taking a concentrated whole food that contains 17 fruits, vegetables and grains – Juice Plus+. After only two weeks I noticed that I had more energy in the afternoons and despite still being sleep deprived from a baby that is still figuring out the sleeping thing I was […]

Toolkit for Healthy Aging


In the Spring of 2013 I teamed up with the incredible Marlene McCallum – the Most Powerful Life founder and a true day-today inspirer on maintaining balance, personal well-being, life purpose, joy and satisfaction with one’s self! As one of her 2013 Guest Speakers, I had to the privilege of talking to people about something near […]

Stay Healthy Holiday Checklist


The holidays are both an exciting and stressful time of year for many people, and often a challenging time to maintain a strong immune system and keep your digestive system from being over-worked. Let’s be real. We are going to indulge because that is just what happens this time of year. Your social calendar is likely to get busier […]

My 30-Day Boot Camp

[From my January 2013 newsletter] I don’t know about you, but if I don’t find a way to hold myself accountable for my own health, it often falls to the bottom of the list. So I decided to create a personal wellness bootcamp for 30 days that I know I can manage. It’s based on […]

Red Quinoa Salad


Quinoa is one of the great whole grains that is high in protein and the protein it supplies is complete protein. This means that it includes all nine essential amino acids. Because of this, it takes less quinoa protein to meet one’s protein need than wheat protein. Quinoa is easy to digest and naturally contains no […]

Talking Superfoods 101

In my integrative nutrition program there is a lot of talk about superfoods, and I’ve been having fun integrating them into my nutrition regimen. Now that I am coaching others on improving health and wellness, I’ve started talking to clients about superfoods too – but describing them and the many unusual names is not always […]

Keep Your Home Healthy with Plants


Indoor air pollution has been listed as one of the top five threats to public health. Chemicals are released into the air through a number of catalysts (and often undetected as health threats) including upholstery, curtains, plywood, particle board, stains and varnished, paints, paper towels, tissues, carpets, permanent-press clothing, fabrics, construction materials, modern synthetic furniture, computers, […]

Organic Coconut Chocolate Chip Banana Bread


A few years ago I looked for a simple banana bread recipe and found the foundation of this…on the Internet! Over the years I have tweaked the recipe and experimented with different combos. This is one of my favorites. Ingredients 3-4 ripe organic bananas 1/3 cup melted butter organic butter 1 cup organic sugar 1 […]