This recipes features one of the delectable treats of Springtime – fresh artichokes
Collard rolls make a delicious substitution for a sandwich. They are easy to make and especially welcome if you’ve given up gluten and looking for an easy to make lunch or light dinner
From More with Less: Whole Food Cooking Made Irresistibly Simple by Jodi Moreno © 2018 by Jodi Moreno. Reprinted in arrangement with Roost... View Article
This salad is a probiotic powerhouse! A ton of fibrous vegetables get slicked with a good bacteria-rich kefir dressing. You can skip the sardines to make this a side salad, but keep them for a super-satisfying meal.
Curry is a frequent meal in my household. The dose of anti-inflammatory spices and detoxifying herbs is always appealing to me, and the flavors are so satisfying and comforting. This recipe includes all aspects of the Be Well Ideal Plate making it the perfect meal to indulgence in often.
I created this dressing when I was trying to get more protein into my lifestyle after I had Lyme disease and needed to support my liver with protein but wanted a plant-based option. This hummus dressing is hearty and delicious and compliments these roasted vegetables as a delicious side dish.
Who has a favorite food that you mostly try to avoid? I do! My favorite and probably many people’s favorite, is pizza. I love it. A NYC slice eaten on the street, a fancy wood burning oven pizza, and anything in between. I try keep pizza to a minimum so that I can avoid refined carbohydrates. This is not news, but refined carbs break down quickly into sugars and can contribute to fatigue, depression, obesity, poor immune function, and many other health issues (want to see if you are eating too many sugars?). You are probably wondering, if we are avoiding refined grains, how do we get our pizza fix?
I miss eating salads in the winter so I decided to roast a head of cauliflower and serve it with tender, massaged kale, cucumbers, apple, cabbage and walnuts for a simple winter meal. The creamy tahini dressing is ideal for any salad but it pairs perfectly with the warm cauliflower and crunchy cabbage and apple in this recipe. If you’d rather roast a whole cauliflower and serve it with this salad, you can follow these directions on my website for How to Roast a Whole Cauliflower.
Feed your heart and soul this Valentine's Day with a three course meal for two filled with heart-healthy, whole food ingredients.
This Cleanse-friendly recipe features a DIY curry paste — without any sugar or green chilies, which are nightshades.
There’s always room for a little indulgence over the holidays, but there are lots of simple changes you can make in your own kitchen add nutrients and nourish your body without sacrificing taste at all. Here are a few fantastic ones (all dairy free and gluten free!) to try this Thanksgiving.
When did holiday meals instantly equate indulgent or unhealthy. We're righting this wrong and upgrading our holiday dinner plates with a delicious and equally healthy turmeric cauliflower that will make you forget the mash.