From More with Less: Whole Food Cooking Made Irresistibly Simple by Jodi Moreno © 2018 by Jodi Moreno. Reprinted in arrangement with Roost Books, an imprint of Shambhala Publications, Inc. Today we share a recipe from Jodi Moreno’s new cookbook More with Less. Jody is a NYC and Amagansett based natural foods chef and the creator of the… Read more »
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.
Feed your heart and soul this Valentine’s Day with a three course meal for two filled with heart-healthy, whole food ingredients.
You’ve just finished your cleanse, and while you feel great, the question is how how to maintain those results. Here are our step by step tips to feeling great long after you’ve cleansed.
Is it obvious that we’re huge fans of smoothies? Well, we are. They’re an everyday staple on the Be Well Cleanse, and even after the cleanse is over, we recommend having smoothies for breakfast. People are always asking me what are the best things to add to smoothies, so here’s a little overview of how to make delicious shakes that are sugar, gluten and dairy free…
Fire cider is a potent immune-booster that can also aid digestion, keep colds and flus at bay, boost circulation, and relieve seasonal allergies and sinus infections. It can also help to break up mucus, clear congestion, and warm you up on a cold day. Fire Cider gives a natural boost to your microbiome as well by providing a healthy dose of beneficial bacteria. Not sold yet? Some say it can even lessen hangover symptoms.
Rachel Mansfield, healthy foodie and self-proclaimed dessert enthusiast, knows her way around a kitchen. Whether facing a health challenge or simply detoxing your diet, Rachel has a guilt-free, healthy recipe to enjoy – never sacrificing flavor for health! This delicious and decadent almond coconut fudge certainly satisfies any craving, while also being completely plant-based and sugar-free.
Before winter rears its chilly head and the noses at your house start to run, the time to fortify your immune system for the onslaught is now! One of the best ways to take on the season is with a strong gut, which is the cornerstone of your immune system. Your gut is home to trillions of beneficial bacteria that help keep immunity strong, plus trillions of not-so beneficial bacteria that need to be kept in line – in sum, your ‘microbiome.’
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.
We say it time and time again: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! And this can be especially true during the holidays. A healthy and nourishing breakfast keeps you satisfied and energized, allowing you to really enjoy your Thanksgiving, which usually includes cooking a delicious meal, catching up with family, and resisting those tempting treats!