Beets, carrots, parsnips, yams and more! Do you love root vegetables? Whether you want to roast, sauté or juice them, these vegetables are delicious and full of nutrients. They get their name because they tend to grow underground where they soak up nutrients from the soil.
These disease-fighting and energy boosting roots come with a high dose of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber and more. They also tend to be low in calories while high in slow-burning carbohydrates that help fill you up and energize you throughout the day.
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Anti-inflammatory is the magic of this juice. If you are experiencing joint, tendon or arthritic pain, then this juice would be an excellent addition to your daily diet. This juice also benefits your liver and digestive health.
The superstar of this juice is of course, the oregano. Here's why: it contains rosmarinic acid that has been found to be potentially beneficial to immunity; compounds called carvacol and thymol that contain potent antimicrobial benefits and lastly, it contains anti-inflammatory properties that may be beneficial to combating arteriosclerosis and metabolic syndrome.
This easy, no-fuss one-skillet meal is super satisfying and on the table in 30 minutes.
Make loaded sweet potatoes, Reboot-style, with this easy healthy recipe.
Try this 10-minute salad for a quick lunch or satisfying snack with mushrooms and tomatoes.
Skip the bagged and processed stuff and try this delicious recipe for homemade crackers and dip.
Try this family-friendly, plant-focused twist on classic spaghetti and meatballs.