Category: Recipes

Lemon-Sesame Salad with Avocado and Greens

  This is a fantastic recipe from the Yoga Journal, easy to make and full of superfoods. When it comes to sleep-enhancing foods, salmon reigns supreme. The fish supplies a slew of nutrients that support serotonin, including vitamins D, B6 and Omega 3 fatty acids. For a crispy salmon garnish, incorporate baked salmon skin: buy...
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Ensaladilla Rusa

  This is a traditional Spanish dish, especially for the summer months. It is not as light as other dishes since it contains potatoes and mayonnaise (however I highly recommend ONLY using homemade mayonnaise made with extra virgin olive oil, which means that you basically have a superfood!!). A small tapa of Ensaladilla Rusa is...
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Chicken Pumpkin Thai Curry

  This is a simple and yummy recipe from: www.stupideaspaleo.com. While you can certainly use a sweet pumpkin in this curry, it may be easier to find and use butternut, kabocha, or any other hard squash. Try this curry spooned generously over cauliflower rice or steamed veggies. This is a very mild curry, so if...
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Kale, White Bean and Fennel Soup

  This tastes like a gourmet soup that takes ages to prepare but it is quite simple. Also, dark leafy greens like kale have anti-cancer properties and it also provides perfect roughage for your colon and it is great for keeping things moving in your digestive tract. The bone broth is also a fantastic gut...
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Seafood Stew

  This is a delicious recipe from Dr. Mark Hyman. It is the perfect meal to serve for dinner and then save for lunch the next day. Furthermore, all ingredients are powerful superfoods, a great addition to your diet for both body and brain health. Ingredients: • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • 1 large...
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Spanish Lentils to start the New Year the right way!

  Traditionally lentils are a symbol of death and resurrection, since the seed is planted on earth and it blossoms, multiplying once more. That is why eating a plate of lentils on the last day of the year is a good way to generate prosperity. This is an old tradition in Italy and Spain. I...
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Quinoa: An Outstanding Superfood

  Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) has the highest nutritional profile and cooks the fastest of all grains. It is an extremely high energy grain and has been grown and consumed for about 8,000 years on the high plains of the Andes Mountains in South America. The Incas were able to run such long distances at such...
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The Amazing Properties of Pumpkins

  Pumpkins have outstanding nutritional value. According to Dr.Fuhrman: Pumpkins Contain Carotenoids Important for Immune Function Pumpkins and related squashes are good sources of beta-carotene, alpha-carotene, lutein and zeaxanthin, antioxidants belonging to a group of pigments called carotenoids. • Carotenoids defend the body’s tissues against oxidative damage, helping to prevent chronic diseases and premature aging....
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Mmmm…Chocolate

  Chocolate is the only ingredient that is its very own food group. Well not really—but it seems as if it should be. Powerfully comforting, creamy, delicious—many people eat chocolate at least several times a week. Which begs the question… Is Chocolate Good for You? The answer is both yes and no. Chocolate has been...
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The Best Beef Stroganoff

  A fantastic recipe from Tana Amen (from Amen Clinics). This is a dish that can go very well with a nice salad or served over Shirataki noodles. Enjoy!! Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds grass-fed, antibiotic-free beef sirloin, cut into bite-sized pieces 3 tablespoons coconut oil 1 onion, julienned 2 garlic cloves, minced 8 ounces crimini...
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