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Meatless Monday: Sweet & Salty Sweet Potato Salad

Sweet potatoes are a definite fall favorite. They’re not only delicious and versatile, but they’re incredibly nutritious. Sweet potatoes pack a ton of fiber and beta carotene and they pair well with lean proteins, other roasted vegetables, and salads. This fall salad combines seasonal sweet potatoes with kale (Tuscan cabbage), pomegranate seeds, cranberries, and almonds. It’s a great side for your thanksgiving meal, or even for your everyday lunch. Get the full recipe!

17 Warming Drinks for Winter (for our friends in the southern hemisphere!)

Here in the southern hemisphere it is cold and wet in many areas so drinking cold juice is not always appealing or inviting. Adding a few additions or making a few changes can turn that cold drink into a warming beverage that seems more appealing for a cold winter’s day! Get these 17 recipes!

Smart Sweet: Summer Fruit Bake

This dish is one of my favorite healthy desserts. The summer peaches and nectarines are low in calories and contain vitamin B3, and vitamins A and C. The berries are tasty, low in calories, and low in sugar. Berries are also a good source of fiber, and the blueberries add antioxidants. The variety of color and phytonutrients in this dish make it a nutritional powerhouse.

Meatless Monday: Citrus Kale Salad

I came up with a DELICIOUS kale salad, perfect for this time of year: Citrus Kale Salad. This really was so refreshing and tasty! Besides the health-appeal of this salad, the other thing that makes it so special is that it keeps super well. The kale stays crisp and bouncy and the salad was just as good 3 days later as it was on its original debut.

In the Reboot Kitchen: The Melon Shake

Rockmelon (Cantaloupe) is at the end of the season here in Australia but due to the extended warm weather there is an abundance of them. I love this fruit as it is light, refreshing, delicious and great in juices and smoothies! Cantaloupe season is coming soon to the Northern hemisphere so bookmark this smoothie if you are a cantaloupe lover!

7 Amazing Juices for Autumn in Australia

It’s autumn here in the southern hemisphere. After months of hot steamy and very humid weather mixed in with crazy storms and rain, it’s that time of the year when things start to cool down and the days get shorter! This is a good time of the year to strengthen your immune system with high nutrient dense foods and drinks to prepare for the colder months ahead when respiratory infections are on the rise so get to the market and stock up on ingredients for these seven juices.

Seasonal: Caprese Kale Sauté

Kale makes for a great side or main dish because it is packed with fiber, vitamin K, folic acid, vitamin C, and is a great source of calcium. Adding different vegetables to your kale can be a great way to dress up your recipe. Check out the recipe to see how I added some flavor to my kale.

Seven Juices Perfect for Spring

Happy first day of Spring to those of us in the Northern Hemisphere! While we are still wearing our winter boots and jackets and sledging through ice and snow, we have to celebrate that spring like weather is right around the corner (at least we hope!). To get you in the mood, we’re sharing our favorite light, refreshing, and energizing juices to enjoy.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Spiced Peach-Pear Juice

This juice is a great dessert juice or a fruity start to the day. After spotting heritage yellow carrots at the market, I knew they would be a nice addition to this juice to enhance the color and flavor. The added spices also give this juice an extra kick with a pop of flavor.

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Eating Blog

Joe's Raw Kale and Cabbage Chia Seed Salad

Joe’s Raw Kale & Cabbage Salad

Posted on09/29/14

Written by Joe Cross

I'm spending the next month in Long Island, New York to get a healthy routine going again, and stay within one timezone! So be prepared for a bunch of posts over the next month as I share my progress, my favorite meals, and even some pictures of me doing some downward dog! Enjoy this recipe of one of my favorite salads from the past week -- it's made from plants and it's delicious.

Gut health

Why Your Gut Health Matters

Posted on09/25/14

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

What’s going on in your gut might be more important than you think. Human intestinal microbial health has become the subject of intense interest and research in recent years, and there’s a big reason why. Find out why you should really listen to your gut for optimal health.