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In the Reboot Kitchen: Pucker-Up Parsley Juice

This tart and veggie-heavy green juice offers bold flavors like lemon, parsley and horseradish. Horseradish root is part of the cruciferous family, like cabbage, wasabi, broccoli and mustard and offers many health promoting phytonutrients including sulfur-based anti-cancer compounds, folate and nutrients that assist the liver in detoxification.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Green Berry Bliss Smoothie

When it comes to adding a nutritious indulgence to green smoothies, raw cacao powder is on the top of my list. It provides an excellent flavor and adds a high antioxidant superfood boost. It works well with most base fruits such as bananas, mangoes, and peaches, and after I made this smoothie I found out it works well with blueberries, too!

Meatless Monday: Black-Eyed Bean Shepherd’s Pie

Black-Eyed Bean Shepherd’s Pie Rating: (13 votes, average: 3.69 out of 5)Login to rate this recipe – Not a member? Join TodayPrep Time: 30 minutesCook Time: 1 hour, 40 minutesTotal Time: 2 hours, 10 minutes Yield: 6 Schema/Recipe SEO Data Markup by ZipList Recipe Plugin2.0 This is a great comfort dish without the heavy ingredients that is normally present in a cottage pie. This dish is loaded full of phytonutrients, fiber and protein. I normally use a steamed cauliflower mash but I had to use the Garlic Cauliflower Mash which really topped this dish off perfectly!                Ingredients: 1 ½ cups of black eyed beans 1 Tbsp. of olive oil 1 large onion, chopped 3 ... Continue

Healthy Breakfast: Teff Oatmeal with Almonds & Blueberries

This breakfast is not only delicious but it’s also great for you. Teff is a higher protein grain, with all nine essential amino acids. You can add almonds and blueberries to the recipe that adds important minerals, antioxidants, vitamin E and scrumptious taste!

Community Recipe: Mean Green Hulk

Our community member Timothy K. submitted a recipe that brought a new spin to the Mean Green Juice. He was inspired to make the Mean Green Hulk to super charge his body with high vibrational veggies and vitamins. They always say you are what you eat, but Timothy wants to change perspective to…you are what you drink!

After School Snacks for Valentine’s Day

It’s not only heart health month but since today is Valentine’s Day, this month is abuzz with the color red. So for obvious reasons, we focused on red foods this week! Red fruits and veggies are loaded with powerful, healthy antioxidants. Enjoy these refreshing and nutrient-rich snacks with your children after school today.

After School Snack: Strawberry-Date Smoothie

This smoothie is perfectly sweetened with dates, one of the best all-natural sweeteners. They are a good source of fiber as well as an excellent source of potassium and other vitamins and minerals.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Blush Juice

I wanted to make a pretty pink juice to celebrate this special week for Valentine’s Day! I was admiring pink vegetables and fruits this week so I thought a nice blush juice would be a great juice to make. This juice contains high amounts of lycopene, carotenes such as lutein and zeaxanthin, anthocyanins, potassium, and pectins which are shown to have many health promoting benefits in the form of soluble fiber such as a decrease in heart disease and LDL “bad” cholesterol.

Smart Sweet: Raw Chocolate Hearts

I can’t think of a better excuse than Valentine’s Day to make raw chocolate. Not that I need an excuse, but making the raw chocolate into heart-shaped delicious treats just makes it that much more special. Make these for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day and they will be feeling the love.

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Sweet Summer Season Juice

Wish Upon a Watermelon Juice

Posted on04/17/14

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

In Australia, summer is coming to an end so this is a lovely sweet end-of-season juice. And for the northern hemisphere, your warm weather is on it's way so this is a great juice you can enjoy all season long. The celery tones down the sweetness of this juice while adding extra electrolytes. This juice is high in lycopene, the more ripe the watermelon and the darker the flesh the higher the content of this carotenoid lycopene.

Better-Than-Candy Easter Smoothie

A Smoothie to Help You Kick the Candy to the Curb

Posted on04/16/14

Written by Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN; Reboot Nutritionist

Easter is right around the corner and images of pastel colored eggs, chocolates or sugary treats are front and center! This year try a pastel colored yummy, nutritious smoothie as a great energizing snack or light meal. This smoothie tastes a bit sweet but because of all of the fiber-full fruits and veggies it can actually help to curb sweet cravings.