Cabbage

Cabbage Beet Slaw Salad

Cabbage contains fibre, vitamin B6, folate, and manganese, plus vitamins B1, B6, and B5. Eating raw cabbage is good for the brain as it contains vitamin K and anthocyanins that help with mental function and concentration. Its high sulfur content helps to clear up acne and keep skin, hair and nails healthy, plus it removes…

Meatball Tacos

30-Minute Chicken Meatball Tacos

30-Minute Chicken Meatball Tacos recipe was originally posted on Conscious Cleanse. Can you really get a cleanse-friendly meal on the table in 30 minutes? Yes, you can! Between kids and full-time work, we’re always looking for fast, healthy options. And who doesn’t love Taco Tuesday? Well, say goodbye to boring taco night! These Chicken Meatball…

Sautéed Garlicky Greens

Sautéed Garlicky Greens

Here’s a simple and healthful Sautéed Garlicky Greens recipe for you to enjoy. Originally posted on Andrea Beaman. Most folks know that leafy green vegetables can highly benefit the heart and vascular system. They are filled with vitamins and anti-inflammatory antioxidants including vitamin A, C and K. Plus they are rich in fiber that binds with waste…

Beet Beef Burger

Methylation Support Beet Beef Burger

Methylation Support Beet Beef Burger Yes, you can eat your methylation nutrients! This delicious burger is rich in methylation amino acids (methionine, cysteine, taurine), as well as B vitamins, betaine, choline and zinc, cofactors for homocysteine metabolism and necessary for forming methionine and the all-important methyl donor, SAMe. It is also made more methylation-friendly than a…

Creamy Chestnut Cauliflower Soup

Creamy Chestnut Cauliflower Soup

Creamy Chestnut Cauliflower Soup Chestnuts aren’t just for roasting over an open fire. Enjoy this nutrition-packed creamy chestnut cauliflower soup as an accompaniment to any meal. Chestnuts are relatively low in calories but rich in fiber, vitamin C, folates in addition to other B vitamins, and minerals such as iron, calcium, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, as…

Tunisian Chickpea “Salad”

Soup meets salad in this nutrient-packed vegetarian dish inspired by a recipe for lablabi (Tunisian breakfast stew) in Clifford Wright’s “A Mediterranean Feast”. You start out preparing it like a soup by cooking onions and spices, adding water and simmering, but then finish it like a salad by adding raw tomatoes, peppers, jalapenos, herbs, lemon juice and a…