If there was a pill that helped us feel and look great, curbed our cravings, tidied our digestive tracks all the while nourishing our bodies and upping our health game we'd probably all take it... non? I've been drinking my daily dose of greens for 5 years. By blending your own smoothie regularly you're setting the intention for good health. Consciously purchasing the organic spinach and kale, discovering your favourite apple, squeezing your lemons, washing the produce and blending it. Considering all the goodness you're eating before you drink it. There is power in that. You're seeing it, thinking it, handling it, consuming it. So many touch points for positive intention. Drinking a thoughtfully made green drink seems to feel inherently good, it's hard to ignore. Check out the Goods smoothie archives

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-U2VJbvXDTU We're veeery excited to announce that THE Kim D'Eon has launched her shiny new food web series, Eat Some Good, this week in partnership with NOW Toronto Online. And the Goods was featured in the first episode! It was amazing having Kim in our kitchen, not only are her high vibes always welcome, she's a strong driven woman, using her TV powers for good... and you know we love when humans use their smarts, experience and passions for the better. After spending many years in entertainment television Kim went back to school to become a holistic nutritionist and now combines her experience with her love for wellness. Educating Toronto on how to eat clean both at home, through her informative blog and out in the city with her web series. We feel blessed everyday to be part of this movement. We believe food is at the root of everything, the more we nourish ourselves the more we nourish our community and future generations.

  We've been posting about #uberEATS on social media so here's the full lowdown. Uber now offers UberEATS, a super easy lunch option in the downtown core and today they're serving up our Chuck Norris Bowl. Just order through their Uber app, and it'll be there in 10 minutes.... no joke. We're pretty excited to join forces with Uber for the day to provide yet another means of making the Goods' clean, feel good eating easy for you. Between that and our Toronto wide weekly lunch delivery service, takeout restaurant on Dundas and our fridges at MISFITSTUDIO on Queen West and Ardith on Roncesvalles feeling great is becoming pretty darn convenient. If you are in Uber's delivery area today, use the code EATSGOODS and Uber will give you 50% off your order. And obvs let us know how it goes.

  Thanks to the lovely Meghan Telpner, the mastermind behind the Academy of Culinary Nutrition and the author of Undiet, for compiling this fantastic Healthy City Guide. Whether you need suggestions for what to do when your longtime vegetarian mother-in-law comes to town, or you personally could use support while transitioning to your healthy, conscious lifestyle. There are loads of top-notch local businesses in our beautiful city, all passionately waiting to share their thoughtful products and services with good people like you. Get out there and explore. Thanks for the mention ACN, you all rock!

Green smoothies and full blend juices are where it's at. We drink our blended vegetables and fruits in their entirety daily - edible skins, seeds, fibre and all... nothing extracted. The vast majority of us could use more roughage, fibre does the dirty work. Fibre acts like a broom and sweeps through your digestive track, getting in all the nooks and kicking the grime, dust and ancient crud out the backdoor. This clears the way so your body can absorb the concentration of vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients from the blended plants. And if you're lucky, all that fibre might even smooth things over between you and your poo. Juice extraction has its pros, it can be a great way to get an extra dose of vitamins, people suffering from a myriad of digestive issues may do better sans fibre (read cold-pressed) and for healing, supervised juicing can be powerful medicine. Challenge yourself to down a big, fibre full, green smoothie daily for a week. Maybe you'll pickup a new goods habit you love... you might even feel amazing. Loads of clean-vegan, green drink recipes here.