This Carrot Ginger Soup was recently sent to me from a patient. Ginger is a popular ingredient in cooking, and especially in Asian and Indian cuisine. It has also been used for thousands of years for medicinal purposes.
Onions provide a base flavor in almost all cuisines. If you can get your hands on some cippolini onions, those delicious small ones you find on steak house menus, you will find yourself with a delicious side dish.
Chili is a Fall staple in most households. Why not spruce it up a bit for the Halloween season by switching out the Con Carne for some protein-packed quinoa and put away the slow cooker in replacement for this season’s best gourd! Chili in a pumpkin is appealing for the eyes and your taste buds!
Even if you don’t like kale, I’m pretty sure you will like those cashew kale chips.
They are crispy, a little salty, and very morish
Stir and enjoy this delicious toxin free collagen rich coffee.
Smoothies are a familiar way to get fruit into your diet. But you can take it one step further by adding veggies and healthy fat. This means you’re not simply getting a dessert disguised as a healthy snack, you’re actually getting several nutrient dense servings of fruit and vegetables.
I’ve been obsessed with cauliflower, and love drinking this turmeric tea, but it never occurred to me to combine the two until I saw a photo on Pinterest last week.
There are times to build the body and there are times to cleanse it.When it comes time for “cleansing”, veggies and fruits are my favorite foods.
The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread uses whole grains, nuts, and seeds. It is high in plant protein. It is incredibly high in fiber. It is gluten-free and vegan. It’s compatible with Elimination and Paleo diets. Everything gets soaked for optimal nutrition and digestion. What could the catch be?
Who doesn’t love sugar cookies? They’re sweet, crispy, chewy – pretty much the perfect treat for any time!
Raw kale salad with pomegranate arils, orange slices and toasted slivered almonds, drowning in guilt-free scrumptious Orange Ginger dressing.
This hearty soup is sweet and savory; and, like most soups, it gets better with age. So, make a batch of this on a Sunday and enjoy it through the week (if you can keep yourself from slurping it all up in one sitting!).
When it comes to using this super food, follow the traditional ways of preparation to gain the most benefit from it. That means, cook it, eat it as a food or enjoy it as a warm drink, and let it work it’s magic on your hormones and your libido. Read more about Maca while you enjoy this delicious Maca Hot Cocoa recipe from Andrea Beaman.
Cinnamon Sugar Cookies – perfectly chewy, sweet, and packed with warm cinnamon. Only 6 ingredients and 15 minutes needed to make these quick and easy, gluten free cookies! What are you waiting for?
Eggnog Chia Pudding is a festive dessert that’s dairy-free and paleo…and the best part is that it tastes just like eggnog. Simple to make!
Craving creamy mashed potatoes? Not sure how to achieve that without dairy? This recipe has the solution to your problem.
To boot, we have added the nutrient rich and every tasteful garlic to the mix.
Cranberry relish is just one of those staple ingredients on every holiday dinner table, whether you like it or not. And the opinions on it are often polarizing: either you love it or you hate it. There’s rarely a middle ground.
Pumpkin has a range of fantastic health benefits, including being one of the best-known sources of beta-carotene. Beta-carotene is a powerful antioxidant.
This slow cooker recipe from Paleo Restart is a creamy, savory soup full of sweet potatoes, velvety chicken stock, and plenty of aromatics.
Granola is an extremely popular breakfast and snack food with a wealth of health benefits, including its ability to lower cholesterol, regulate digestion, aid in weight loss, and improve heart health.