quinoa and raisins

My family and I are trying to go gluten-free for a while. Gluten and dairy have been linked to allergies and immune weakness by multiple nutritionists, so our new diet would probably do us a lot of good. The problem … Read more

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Kale soup

I love this green, low-calorie, nutrient-packed soup. If you don’t like tofu, you don’t have to put it in. You can also add potatoes, whole wheat pasta or beans of any kind. You can season the soup with some curry … Read more

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When you think of a sandwich, do pastrami or turkey come to your mind first? Or is it the gooey cheese? Most people I know have no idea how to make a vegan sandwich, let alone how to make one … Read more

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The following is a reprint from IIN blog. I am a proud graduate and love this post, full of yummy recipes by my fellow grads! 100 Recipes for a Healthy Summer Posted on May 25, 2011 by Integrative Nutrition Summer is … Read more

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raw carrot cake

My friends keep asking me for healthy cakes and healthy cookie recipes, so here’s one more: Raw Carrot Cake.  Keep in mind, even though this cake is free of white sugar, butter and flour, it is still rich in good … Read more

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Preschool to kindergarden learning website :abcmouse.com ABCmouse.com: A Fun Learning Website for Kids Courtesy ABCmouse.com This site was designed to help prepare kids aged 2 to 6 for school. It makes learning fun through cool and engaging activities including puzzles, songs, … Read more

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This is my favorite lunchbox. I pack my husband’s lunch with this wonderful three-tier stainless steel box. If you don’t need the three tiers, you can use two or just one. I usually put a whole grain, like quinoa or … Read more

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Vegan Broccoli Slaw

I love this vegan coleslaw. It works very well with the curry tofu wraps recipe I posted yesterday.  

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curry chicken wrap

My oldest child is allergic to soy, so I usually make (and devour) these wraps before he has a chance to see them. You can use cooked chicken breast instead of tofu for a pretty good result, too. I also … Read more

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Eat This And Live For Kids by Don Colbert and Joseph A. Cannizzaro is a terrific book for parents and kids about making smart and healthy choices in food and exercise. Everything from prenatal health and infant nutrition to nutritional  needs of … Read more

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kale and 7 healthy foods and trends for 2014

One cup of kale contains 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber, and 15% of the daily requirement of calcium and vitamin B6, 40% of magnesium, 180% of vitamin A, 200% of vitamin C, and 1,020% of vitamin K.  Kale is … Read more

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pad thai

I first tried this dish at Cafe 118 in Winter Park, Florida. It was ridiculously yummy and seemed to be very easy to make. They used zucchini noodles, which gave this Pad Thai a very smooth texture. At home, i … Read more

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