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How to Make a Delicious Platter of Kale

Yes, it's quite possible. Kale is tough to chew when raw, but when cooked properly and combined with onions, garlic, and lemon juice, it makes an excellent companion to rice, quinoa, eggs, fish, chicken, and beef. Read more about How to Make a Delicious Platter of Kale

 

How to Make a Creamy Dairy-Free Salad Dressing and Dip

I often suggest that clients with any chronic, degenerative condition try a dairy-free diet, as over the years, I've found that most people suffer (sometimes unknowingly) when they ingest casein, a protein found in dairy. Read more about How to Make a Creamy Dairy-Free Salad Dressing and Dip

 

How to Make Healthy Gluten-Free Cookies

Nutrient-dense? Abundant in healthy fiber? Gluten-free? Good enough to share with highly sensitive food critics among family and friends? Check, check, check, and check.

Thanks to Kristen, here's a step-by-step look at how to make healthy, gluten-free cookies that kids and adults in your life will love. - Ben Kim Read more about How to Make Healthy Gluten-Free Cookies

 

Avocado Dill Dressing Recipe

Avocados are abundant in healthy fatty acids (mostly monounsaturated), fiber, potassium, and folate. Avocados are one of nature's best sources of lutein, a natural antioxidant that is needed for healthy eyes and skin.

This is an amazing dressing for a fresh salad, steamed vegetables, on whole grains, or to use as a veggie dip for when you have company over. It can also be a healthy addition to your child's lunch box for school - perfect for dipping their carrots into! Read more about Avocado Dill Dressing Recipe

 

How to Make Healthy Roasted Broccoli

This super simple recipe is a delicious way for you and your family to enjoy all of the health benefits of broccoli - few other vegetables are as naturally abundant in indole-3-carbinol, a powerful antioxidant that is thought to offer significant protection against all types of cancer. When roasted, broccoli takes on a bit of a nutty flavour. Even the kids will love roasted broccoli! Read more about How to Make Healthy Roasted Broccoli

 

How to Make a Healthy Post-Workout Smoothie

Just a brief look in photos at how I make my favorite post-workout smoothie, rich in flavor and healthy protein.

All you need are frozen bananas, your favorite nut butter, and some almond milk or any other non-dairy milk. Plus a good blender, of course. Read more about How to Make a Healthy Post-Workout Smoothie

 

Warning on Microwave Buttered Popcorn, and How to Make Healthy Popcorn

Originally published on September 10, 2007

A few years ago, the New York Times ran a story about a 53-year old Colorado man whose penchant for microwave buttered popcorn may have caused him to develop a serious lung condition called bronchiolitis obliterans, or "popcorn workers' lung." Read more about Warning on Microwave Buttered Popcorn, and How to Make Healthy Popcorn

 

How to Make World-Class Salads

I find that people who don't regularly eat salad typically don't have the experience of enjoying one that's rich and varied enough to be a satisfying, stand alone meal.

If this describes you, I hope that the salad making tips found below are helpful in making world-class, nutrient-rich salads a regular part of your day. Read more about How to Make World-Class Salads

 

How to Make Healthy Salad Dressing

This is a quick look at how I whisk up the famous honey mustard salad dressing that I mentioned in a previous post on putting together impromptu healthy salads.

First, it's best to start with a see-through jar that comes with a lid. This will allow you to roughly eyeball ingredient proportions as you bring them together, and store unused finished product in the refrigerator. Read more about How to Make Healthy Salad Dressing

 

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