When I was going through cancer, I wanted a lot of soups. They were warming, easy to digest and delicious. I created this hybrid soup of joining together asparagus and broccoli. I hope you enjoy it too! Ingredients: 1 bunch of asparagus, chopped 1/4 head of broccoli, chopped 4 TBL nutritional yeast 1 TBL coconut … Continue reading Asparagus & Broccoli Soup
One thing to know about me and I love me some guacamole! I will not let guacamole go without eating the whole bowl. Now, I don't do this every day, duh, but the healthy fats in this dish make it so much more fun to eat. Ingredients: 2 Large Avocados, mashed 1 Ripe Tomato, diced … Continue reading Fiesta Guacamole Recipe
Cauliflower Corn Chowder Servings: 2 Prep Time: 7 minutes Cook Time: 2 minutes Ingredients: 1 head cauliflower-chopped, 4 TBL nutritional yeast, 1 full cobb of corn, 1/2 tsp sea salt, 2 TBL chopped white onion, 1 clove garlic, 1 TBL olive oil, 1.5 cups almond milk, 1/4 red bell pepper. Instructions: Simmer the olive oil, … Continue reading Cauliflower Corn Chowder
Winter is upon us! This is one of my favorite cold night meals. 3 organic tomatoes diced (2 can of organic stewed tomatoes if fresh are out of season) 3 15 oz. cans of organic tomato sauce 1 15 oz. can of organic red kidney beans, rinsed, drained 1 15 oz. can of organic cannellini … Continue reading Vegan Chili Recipe
Simply put, excitotoxins are addictive flavor enhancers that are added to almost all processed foods. They are especially common in sweet and salty snack foods, frozen foods, yogurt, gum, condiments and diet snacks. They enhance flavor while poisoning our food in the process and causing an artificial “high” for the consumer. This is why most fast food … Continue reading What are Excitotoxins? You need to know.
Most people in this day and age love adding supplements to their diets as a way of gaining extra insurance in terms of nutrients. This also helps us out when we get lazy and don’t eat a well rounded diet like we should. (Is it on purpose that I’m writing this post during December, the … Continue reading Spirulina….what is it?
We’ve all heard of essential fatty acids…..but what exactly are they? In a nutshell, they are fatty acids that we are required to ingest in order for us to live because our bodies don’t synthesize them on our own. Pretty important, right? The two most critical are alpha-linolenic acid (an omega-3 fatty acid) and linoleic … Continue reading Why we need essential fatty acids in our diet
An awesome power juice of: beets, apples, lemon, ginger. Great for healing, detoxing, cleansing and energy.
I created a new dish that really excited me because it came out so incredibly tasty! It’s balanced nutritionally, flavorful and vegan/gluten-free but has the option of adding chicken, which I’ve also done before. Shopping List: -Brown Rice (pre-cooked is fine) 3 packages or 2.5 Cups dry -Organic Canned Black Beans 15oz. -Organic Tomatoes 1-2 … Continue reading Vegan/Gluten-Free Mexican Fun Bowl Recipe
I wanted to highlight this great spice in this weeks post. It goes under the radar by many people but offers great benefits to our health. Turmeric is a spice that belongs to the Ginger family. Its active ingredient is curcumin and it has a slightly earthy, mildly bitter, slightly hot peppery flavor with a … Continue reading Benefits of Turmeric
Take a peak at the most alkaline foods for your body and be sure to consume any of these daily for the best benefits. The more alkaline your body is, the healthier you are. Disease cannot survive in an alkaline environment, so try to incorporate more of these! The Standard American Diet (SAD), is largely … Continue reading Best Alkaline Foods