Posts Tagged ‘kauai’

Free Lecture On Nutrition & Health With Local Naturopathic Physician

Monday, April 1st, 2013

Healthy Hut will be offering a free lecture for the community this month. The lecture will be held from 5:30 to 6:30pm, Sunday, April 14th. Tea and a light snack will be offered for attendees.

Lyle Robinson, a local resident and licensed naturophathic physician, will be speaking on nutrition and health. Robinson believes in, “letting food be thy medicine.” She treats her patients by first looking at their diet and seeing where improvements can be made to mitigate health problems.  “Looking at people’s nutritional status is always a good place to start,” she says.

We look forward to this opportunity to learn with you. See you at The Hut!

5 Things You Can do to Fight GMOs Now

Sunday, February 3rd, 2013

4-organic-farm1With the lack of labeling laws, it can be a difficult task to avoid genetically modified ingredients in our food supply. How can we really know if we are eating GMO foods? How can we be sure that the companies we are supporting are really trustworthy and ethical? With more and more of our valuable fertile soils and dwindling water supplies being polluted by toxic farming methods, it is vital that we become more aware of how to combat this growing threat and take control of our future. Here are just a few things we can do now to help in the fight against GMOs. (more…)

I’m Going to Portland!!

Tuesday, June 5th, 2012

Heading out!

Aloha All, I am heading out to Portland this afternoon to attend a trade show. I will be meeting the representatives of some of the companies we know and love as well as checking out some new companies and exciting new products! I will also be cruising around the super fun city of Portland and scouting out the local health food stores, farmers markets and restaurants… and maybe a few coffee shops, thrift stores, record stores and local breweries… ha ha…

Anyway, I will keep you all posted on my journey and please feel free to leave me suggestions and comments here or on facebook. Much aloha, a hui ho! ~Shastin

Ulu Chocolate Cake (Gluten-free & Vegan)

Saturday, February 11th, 2012

Ulu & Banana painting in background and Ulu Chocolate Cake in front both created by Shastin Grace

Living here in Hawai‘i, we find some very interesting fruits. Breadfruit or ulu, as it is also known, is a very unique one indeed. You can usually find the round green ulu at the local farmers market or health food store. Recipes most often call for a hard, young breadfruit but for my recipe here we will need one that is ripe and soft.

This recipe came out of a happy accident and some experimentation. I had originally planned to use a green ulu a try out another recipe, but I waited too long and it got soft. Frugal girl that I am, I refused to waste it so I cut it open and tasted the soft flesh. I noticed it was naturally sweet but a little bitter. I then just went with my adventurous spirit and began to add some fresh ripe apple bananas, honey, carob and cacao powders and other stuff. I noticed that the batter was very elastic and almost cake-like so I decided to throw it in the oven to see what would come of it. (more…)

We Are Cutting Prices by 10%!

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

Powerhouse Creamery: Kaua‘i ice cream now available at Healthy Hut

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Powerhouse Creamery, Made on Kauai

Sparrow serves ice cream at a farmer's market on Kauai.

If you are a fan of local food and coconut milk ice cream then you are in for a treat! We are now bringing in more of Powerhouse Creamery’s delicious ice creams including a dairy-free coconut variety that can hold its own against the other popular brands in the emerging coconut ice cream market. (more…)

Candy Milk Shake

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

Super yummy raw milk shake I came across, just something new for you to try in your blender.

4 cacao Beans (peeled – you can add more if you want it even more chocolately)
1 Tsp agave nectar
2 dates (I use Halawi)
1 1/2 frozen bananas
Pure water (I use about 1 c.)
Ice to desired texture (I use about 2 c.)
2 Tbl almonds (optional)

Blend all ingredients, except ice, in blender til nice and creamy. Then add ice to desired texture (I used 1 c. full)

Makes one glass full. YUM!!!!

– by Michelle Reeves, From SAD to RAW

Are you Gluten Intolerant?

Monday, January 24th, 2011

I caught a glimpse of a segment on Good Morning America about gluten intolerance. 1 out of 7 people have some form of intolerance even as severe as Celiac disease, most not even knowing it. The segment featured Elizabeth Hasselbeck, author of The GFree Diet. She talks about symptoms such as stomach pain, and fatigue, to migraine’s and the inability to conceive. Gluten is found most commonly in products using wheat, barley, and rye. It can also be hidden in marinates, gravies, and soy sauce. To learn more check out GFree.com or pop into healthy hut and see the great assortment of products that are gluten free.

We get fresh delivery’s from Island Sol Bakery our favorite local gluten free bakery.

Pamela’s products offer a wide variety of gluten free alternatives for baking.  Brownies, pancakes, cookies, and even have some pre-baked goodies in the cookie isle.

Edward & sons, and Rudi’s also offfer gluten free lines from breads to crackers we got what you need to be gluten free!

See you in Kilauea – Ipo