This dressing is bright and satisfying and supports your body’s natural ability to detoxify.
This is my absolute favorite salad around the holidays. It is bright and zesty and sturdy enough to stand on its own for a weeknight dinner or as a substantial side for a nice piece of grilled salmon. Plus, this salad is rich in numerous anti-oxidants including hazelnuts and pomegranate to fight aging and disease and loads of healthy plant-based fats to keep you energized and your blood sugar stable.
This hearty soup is rich in amino acids that help to soothe digestion and boost immunity. It also contains plenty of vitamins (especially B vitamins) and minerals and water to enhance hydration and nourish your body, mind and soul. Plus, it’s easy to simmer all day in the crock pot while you are out and about and finish at dinner time.
This cooling tonic can help relieve symptoms of nausea, bloating and indigestion especially after a heavy meal or related to morning sickness.
These crispy, zesty nibbles are rich in zinc as well as iron and magnesium. They can be eaten as is or pulsed and sprinkled on salad, soup or granola mix.
This incredible combination of anti-oxidant rich pumpkin with savory tahini and seasonal fall spices like ginger and cinnamon is a perfect accompaniment to any fall gathering.
This nutrient-dense, fiber-filled, vegan chili recipe is delicious on a chilly fall night served with a crisp green salad and some homemade cornbread.
Super refreshing and easy this Cold Tomato Miso Soup is a digestive powerhouse! Rich in probiotics, this makes a tangy afternoon snack or light side dish.
I adore olives… I have actually never met an olive I didn’t like. And even better, they are at the core of a heart-healthy diet! The crunch and zest of this salad make it a perfect side dish and ideal lunch for a busy on-the-go gal like me.
On a hot summer evening, these melon-based cocktails feature the truly honest sweetness of cantaloupe mixed with the fresh, lively taste of mint and basil.
This easy dish is a wonderful healing aid for a summer cold or weekend of overindulging or lots of "road food."
This salad is a perfect side dish for barbecues or as a main dish that could support grilled chicken or fish. Peaches are rich in a variety of phytonutrients including Vitamins A, C, E and K as well as potassium and fiber and their sweetness perfectly compliments that bitterness of the arugula.
Berry season is truly spring's answer to winter doldrums. This weekend our CSA brought us abundant organic, local strawberries so flavorful and plentiful that we just had to bake something simple to feature our lovely berries but not detract from their star power! Not too sweet, we served this dish with coconut milk ice cream and it was gobbled up in no time!
These easy-to-make, no-bake drops contain healthy whole grain oats as well as brain-supportive dried cherries, flaxseeds and pepitas to give you a double boost of energy and mental stamina!
This simple, yet flavorful recipe is a family favorite and an easy way to nourish a lot of people without too much fuss!
Traditional foods like bone broth are an incredible resource for those healing from chronic digestive and hormonal issues as well as those trying to promote health and vitality. Broth can be used as a basis for soups and stews, as the "water" when cooking grains or legumes or sipped warm in a mug with a bit of sea salt or seasoning.
These yummy bites are a great way to add extra fiber and veggies to any meal or snack. And with over 4 mg of iron, these meatballs are a terrific boost to this most common nutrient-deficiency.
This mineral-boosting broth is an excellent way to replace healthy mineral stores so it is the mainstay of a detoxifying diet.
Crispy, sweet and spicy! But vegan and nut free :) A great treat after a fall day of hiking and apple picking.
With gardens abundant with eggplant in the late summer, this recipe can help you enjoy this much-maligned nightshade. Eggplant is rich in a phytonutrient called nasunin, which has been shown to protect brain cell membranes from damage.
Rich in Vitamin C and omega-3's, this bright and simple dish enhances circulation and detoxification and increases our "feel good" neurotransmitter, dopamine. Nothing easier than a sheet-pan supper!
Cilantro is the ultimate detoxifying herb - an excellent addition to help rid your body of winter's toxins and increase energy for the spring.
This hearty salad is a wonderful way to show off your beets. Rich in betalains which have both anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, beets are an excellent detoxifier and should be part of anyone's diet who needs detox support.
In our house, we celebrate a bit of everything around the holidays and these grain-free sweet potato latkes are a big hit! The secret is a hint of cumin and coconut flour to make for a healthy Hanukkah treat! Happy Chrismukkah!
Dark chocolate provides an instant mood lift for those holiday blues while it also helps to decrease stress cortisol levels and improve our ability to focus.
With anti-oxidant rich cranberries and orange coupled with quinoa and almonds which create a complete protein, this recipe is festive but easy-to-make and friendly to your vegan and food-sensitive party goers.
This probiotic and prebiotic-rich soup is warming, calming and full of beneficial bacteria to heal your gut and boost your mood.
This naturally fermented carrots add a bright zing to any meal and are rich in beneficial gut bacteria to aid the digestive process, boost immunity, manage blood sugar and reduce inflammation.
Tapenade is a traditional French condiment which is great on vegetables as well as grilled fish, eggs, meat and chicken. As a party appetizer, it can be served on pretty leaves of endive.