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Meatless Monday: Crunchy Vietnamese Salad

I have a thing for coriander (cilantro) and shallots (scallions) in everything at the moment (obsessed maybe?). This is a phase I go in and out of, but since right now I’m in, I decided to add them to this salad. It’s nutrient packed and delicious! Get the recipe.

8 Foods to Avoid at Your Next Barbecue

Summertime means grilling, enjoying the warm summer air, and spending time eating traditional barbecue foods with family and friends. Grilled vegetables, light summer salads, and other entrees and side dishes can be healthful, but unfortunately there could be a few frequent guests at your summer dinner table that may not be as healthful as you expected. Find out which ones to avoid and what to replace them with!

5 Travel Tips to Keep You Juicing Away From Home

For many of us, juicing is more than an occasional practice, it’s an entire way of life. Since your body lets you know when you’ve missed just a day or two of juicing, it’s important to find ways to keep juicing even when on the go. With a little extra planning and preparation, there’s no reason at all that you can’t continue juicing while away from home this summer, or winter (depending on where you are!).

Turmeric: The Wonder Spice

The benefits of turmeric seem endless and the list keeps growing! I am blown away with all the research and potential health benefits from this humble little root. It has been reported that turmeric has over 500 health benefits and it may positively modulate over 700 gene expressions in the body. Learn more about it and you’ll be at the store in no time purchasing some!

Protein: Will I Get Enough?

If there’s one thing I can tell you I’ve learned along this journey: it’s the fascination that people have with the word protein when it comes to juicing! I would say that at nearly every public talk or event I have given, the question I have been asked the most is “will I be getting enough protein on a juice fast, Joe?” So, here is a bunch of information about protein and the new protein guidelines we are adopting at Reboot with Joe.

Is it Water Weight or Fat Loss?

So what does it really mean when you step on the scale after one day on your Reboot or any weight loss plan, and you’re much lighter than the day before. Is it water weight? Is it real weight? Let’s find out…

23 Reasons to Eat More Blueberries

We’re sure you’ve heard that blueberries are good for your health, but do you know why? To celebrate National Blueberry Month, we’re talking about why blueberries are awesome. And sharing delicious recipes to enjoy more of them.

Juicing vs. Blending: Everything You Need to Know

One of the most common questions people ask me is “Joe, what is the difference between juicing and blending?” Now, you might think the difference is obvious – but it turns out there’s a lot of confusion about the two, and many people believe they are juicing when in fact they are blending. So, let’s clear things up!

Dinner Idea: Spiced Red Pepper & Lentil Soup

It’s getting colder here in Australia so warming meals are what’s cooking in the kitchen. This soup is easy to throw together and the peppers break down nicely to give it a rich, strong flavour along with potent spices. Enjoy!

7 Seasonal Greens to Eat, Juice & Blend

Greens, greens, and more greens! That’s what’s in season right now here in the Northeast. We think greens are pretty great, so we’re highlighting some of the great greens that are in-season and how you can use them in your everyday life.

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Eating Blog

Crunchy Vietnamese Salad

Meatless Monday: Crunchy Vietnamese Salad

Posted on07/21/14

Written by Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

I have a thing for coriander (cilantro) and shallots (scallions) in everything at the moment (obsessed maybe?). This is a phase I go in and out of, but since right now I'm in, I decided to add them to this salad. It's nutrient packed and delicious! Get the recipe.

Barbecue Food

8 Foods to Avoid at Your Next Barbecue

Posted on07/18/14

Written by Isabel Smith, MS, RD

Summertime means grilling, enjoying the warm summer air, and spending time eating traditional barbecue foods with family and friends. Grilled vegetables, light summer salads, and other entrees and side dishes can be healthful, but unfortunately there could be a few frequent guests at your summer dinner table that may not be as healthful as you expected. Find out which ones to avoid and what to replace them with!