Now that we have established that soy is not the best food, let’s make some nut milk. Store-bought nut milks are, essentially, processed foods. They include some unpronounceable ingredients and unhealthy preservatives. I think, making your own is a lot … Read more
Should you eat soy? Occasionally, my family eats organic tofu, tempeh and miso. While occasional consumption of soy products is unlikely to cause health problems, too much soy is not the healthiest choice. Average consumption of soy foods in Japan and China is … Read more
The glycemic index is the relative rate of blood sugar rising when a specific food is compared with glucose. Glucose has a glycemic index of 100. A food is generally considered to have a high GI if it is rated above … Read more
My friend Dina sent me this recipe. I tried it tonight and it tastes unbelievable! Beets are high in antioxidants, carotenoids, iron, folate and other minerals.
Opening scene: my two boys both have colds and after spending a day full of snotty noses and whining, I needed to make a quick and healthy dinner. Earlier, I had planned to stuff some peppers. I open the fridge … Read more
This is an awesome breakfast smoothie. It also works well with those that don’t like kale. This smoothie is packed with protein, calcium, iron, and multiple vitamins. What a great way to start your day!
The original Paradise Casserole from Candle Cafe has ingredients like millet, miso and beans one needs to slowly cook. I like quinoa better than millet, as far as flavor and as far as being a complete protein. As a busy … Read more
Open the pantry and see if you have any curry. I have a list of “superfoods:” foods that heal, help and renew our bodies. Turmeric is high up on that list. Turmeric is a bright yellow spice that has been … Read more
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