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!
Seasons are changing all over the world! Here in Australia we are just coming off of a particularly bad season for coughs, runny noses, headaches, sore throats and generally feeling awful, so we are welcoming spring with open arms. When temperatures and humidity drops (like it’s about to for those of you in the northern hemisphere), cold viruses can survive better, but that doesn’t mean you have to suffer from them. Here are 11 natural ways to fight them.
The other night I was in the mood for spaghetti and alfredo sauce. I know, not good! Realizing that would be highly caloric with zero nutrients, I decided to come up with something just as satisfying but loaded with nutrients, healthy fats, and fiber. In comes Spaghetti Squash with Avocado “Cream” and Cashew “Cheeze” Sauce.
Easily cooked in a large stovetop pot or in a slow cooker, this is a nice warming meal with plenty of high anti-oxidant spices which have been shown to have anti-cancer benefits. The curry is also rich in carotenoids which are vital for a healthy immune system, healthy skin and eyes and it also contains plenty of minerals such as magnesium, calcium and iron, fiber and protein.
Wondering what to do with all that leftover pulp from your juice? This spin on a classic Lebanese dish uses pulp from your favorite green juice for extra flavor and fiber. Saving some for soup recipes is a great way to get all the goodness from the vegetables you are juicing. Store pulp in the freezer […]
This light and refreshing Greek soup is nice in cold or warm weather. Cheap, easy and delicious, you will find it to be a good go-to when you want something fast and healthy and that you can have for the rest of the week. You can also feel free to experiment and use any vegetables you wish! If you are completing a Reboot and including eating fruits and vegetables, then you can eat this soup but just elave out the cannellini beans.