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Creamy Cauliflower Sauce over Zucchini Recipe

This creamy cauliflower sauce is very hearty and filling but doesn't leave you feeling heavy. It can be served as a main dish, or on the side of your dinner entrée. Feel free to substitute the zucchini with any vegetables that call out to you. Cauliflower sauce can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

Ingredients:

6 cups of water
2 zucchini Read more about Creamy Cauliflower Sauce over Zucchini Recipe

 

Mixed Steamed Rice with Shanghai Bok Choy, Oyster Mushrooms, and Chicken

Ingredients:

Two handfuls of oyster mushrooms
Two handfuls of king oyster mushrooms
Two handfuls of Shanghai bok choy
Grass-fed chicken - 2 to 3 ounces per person
One large carrot, roughly chopped
One rib of celery, chopped
Soy sauce
Sesame oil
Extra-virgin olive oil
Steamed rice

Directions: Read more about Mixed Steamed Rice with Shanghai Bok Choy, Oyster Mushrooms, and Chicken

 

How to Get Kids to Eat More Vegetables

We had it easy with our firstborn - he was eating handfuls of lightly braised Shanghai bok choy before he turned 2. So it furrowed our brows some to discover that vegetables were not our second son's thing. We started blending our green food powder in with his smoothies from the time he could sip from a straw, but we were still eager to see him eating substantial portions of freshly cooked green vegetables.

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How To Make Sweet Potato Hummus

If you have a thing for hummus and don't mind a little variety from time to time, you'll want to give this sweet potato-based hummus a try.

All varieties of sweet potatoes are abundant in vitamin C, carotenoids, and vitamin B-6 (helpful for keeping homocysteine at a healthy level), and even minerals like iron manganese, and potassium. Read more about How To Make Sweet Potato Hummus

 

Sweet Potato Hummus Recipe

Ingredients:

2 sweet potatoes
Juice of 1 lemon or lime
1/4 cup tahini
2 cloves of garlic, roughly chopped or minced
Sea salt & pepper to taste

Directions: Read more about Sweet Potato Hummus Recipe

 

Fennel for Cancer Prevention

Though not as popular as various squashes and hardy greens that take center stage come autumn, fennel stands toe to toe with most other plant foods in nutritional value.

It's a solid source of natural vitamin C, folate, healthy fiber, and potassium. It also provides some calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus for bone-building. Read more about Fennel for Cancer Prevention

 

How To Make Korean Jello

Korean jello isn't sweet like most western dessert varieties. But yowsers, does it ever make for a silky smooth and healthy side dish to steaming bowls of rice and soup. To fully appreciate Korean jello, you have to drizzle on a blend of soy sauce, sesame oil, sesame seeds, and green onions. Add a pinch of chilli powder to the mix and you may just have a new favourite dish for family and friends.

Called doh toh ree mook in Korean, these lovely jello squares can be made with a few different primary ingredients, the healthiest of which are acorn powder and green bean powder - both are readily available in Korean grocery stores. No need to add gelatin - if you follow the instructions below, it will come out just like jello without sugar. Read more about How To Make Korean Jello

 

My Return To Being Gluten-Free

Back when I ran a residential fasting clinic, my diet was virtually free of processed foods, including bread. Breakfast was usually a large bowl of fresh fruit, avocado, romaine lettuce, and celery; lunch was typically a large salad with vegetable soup and some type of legume, often chickpeas or green peas; and dinner usually consisted of a large salad, steamed vegetables, and some type of gluten-free grain like quinoa or brown rice with guacamole or another nutrient-dense dressing. When I craved organic eggs, wild salmon, or homemade chicken broth-based soups, I ate them with gratitude. Read more about My Return To Being Gluten-Free

 

Vision-Supporting Juice Recipe

Beta-carotene and lutein are two nutrients that are absolutely essential to supporting and protecting your eyesight as you age. And one of nature's best food sources of both of these nutrients is spinach.

If you add a green food powder to this vision-supporting juice recipe, it is best to use one that includes spinach and kale; kale is also rich in lutein and beta-carotene. Read more about Vision-Supporting Juice Recipe

 

How to Make Healthy Spring Rolls

During our last visit to see the grandparents, my mom surprised us with a lovely plate of vegetable spring rolls. Not the kind that are deep-fried, but ones made with rice paper and filled with an assortment of fresh vegetables and avocado. Read more about How to Make Healthy Spring Rolls

 

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