10 Healing Foods to Start Eating Today

10 Healing Foods

With the advancement of food and dietary research they are continuously finding new plant chemicals, properties and their health benefits. Here are 10 worth mentioning that you should start eating today!

Meatless Monday: Spring Lentil Vegetable Stew

Spring Lentil Stew

Springtime is finally here even though it’s still cold in the northeast! I love to spend Sundays batch cooking for the week. This week’s hearty meal is bright, vibrant, packed with immune supporting anti-inflammatory phytonutrients and of course 100% plant-based for Meatless Monday! Get this amazing recipe.

Vegan Spinach & Cranberry Stuffed Acorn Squash

Stuffed Acorn Squash

A lovely combination of flavors: perfect as a side during a special dinner or on a regular ‘ol day. They were absolutely delicious as leftover too, as I brought 2 rings to work the next day for lunch. Everyone was asking about them! Enjoy the recipe.

Meatless Monday: Fresh Veggie Enchiladas

Veggie Enchilada

These meatless, dairy-free, gluten-free Enchiladas are a perfect weeknight meal! I love to make a dish like this on Sundays so we are set up with leftovers for lunch or dinners as the busy week begins. Just about any veggie will work in this dish as well as a variety of spices so feel free to get creative. Get the recipe!

Meatless Monday: Healthy Vegan San Choi Bau (Lettuce Wraps!)

Healthy Vegan Lettuce Wraps

Looking for an easy appetizer, side dish or light meal full of vegetable goodness? The crunchy texture of the water chestnuts with the lightly cooked crunchy vegetables make this dish a perfect addition to your Meatless Monday. Get the recipe.

Meatless Monday: Avocado Cream of Mushroom Soup

Avocado Cream of Mushroom Soup

I love avocados more than anything. I eat a whole one every day (not in one sitting but throughout the day an entire avocado is definitely consumed). I use them to make creamy sauces, indulgent raw chocolate mousse, and always in salads. I had never tried avocado in my homemade soups until now. Using the avocado as this soup’s base made it so rich, creamy, satisfying and delicious. Who needs Cream of Mushroom Soup with heavy white cream and butter when you can have this vegan delight instead?

Seasonal: Winter Vegetable Stuffed Peppers

Winter Vegetable Stuffed Peppers

These flavorful stuffed peppers are easy to make and are a great way to incorporate seasonal vegetables into your meal. The seasonal brussels sprouts and butternut squash- along with all the other vegetables, are packed with phytonutrients that can help to boost your immune system and give you energy.