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Avocado is one of the world’s most perfect foods. It’s incredibly delicious and so versatile. Avocado can be used to make dips, dressings, sauces, smoothies, soups and desserts, and is wonderful added to salads, sandwiches, stuffed with other veggies and fruits, or added as a topping to almost anything!

Avocado is also easily digested and contains over 25 essential nutrients including iron, magnesium, and essential fatty acids that help the body to function optimally. Avocados increase the body’s ability to assimilate nutrients, so they are a wonderful addition to green leafy salads to ensure proper absorption of all the vitamins and minerals.

They are an excellent source of glutathione, which helps to boost the immune system, strengthen the heart, rebuild the nervous system, and slow the aging process. The monounsaturated fats in avocados reverse insulin resistance, which helps to steady blood sugar levels.

Due to its nutritional profile, avocado is one of the closest foods to mother’s breast milk, being a complete and easily assimilated food with protein ratios that are equal to breast milk. Avocados are high in folate, which is essential for women in childbearing years and is also known to aid in preventing strokes and reducing the risk of heart disease. Try adding a couple avocados to your diet each week and enjoy the benefits of this delicious and health promoting food.

Today I have a wonderful, creamy dressing recipe to share with you that is perfect on any salad, or used as a light dip for vegetable crudités.

Avocado Cilantro Dressing 

Ingredients:

1 large avocado

2 cups zucchini, peeled and diced

2 medjool dates, pits removed

¼ cup cilantro leaves

1/2 lemon, juiced

· optional sea salt and pepper

Directions:

Blend all ingredients until smooth, adding water as needed to desired consistency, about ½ cup. 

Enjoy over salad greens or as a dip with raw vegetables such as cucumber, cauliflower, or bell pepper.

Serves 1-2

This item posted: 22-Nov-2015 - Disclaimer

Mangos aren't just exceptionally tasty, they are also have incredible healing properties. They help to alkalinize the whole body by helping to flush out toxic acids and rebuild the alkali reserves in the body. They're also packed with enzymes and are a prebiotic food, meaning they contain compounds that stimulate and feed the good bacteria in the intestines which greatly aids in digestion and assimilation. 

Mangoes are an amazing source of vitamins A, C, E, and B-complex as well as health promoting flavonoids such as beta-carotene and alpha-carotene. They're also a powerful anti-cancer food and are specifically known to help prevent lung, breast, colon, prostate, blood, and oral cancers. They are also highly beneficial in the prevention of strokes, heart disease, arthritis, cognitive disorders, respiratory diseases, and kidney disease. 

Mangoes contain a significant amount of pyridoxine (B-6) which is vital for the synthesis of serotonin and dopamine in the brain and is essential in maintaining hormonal balance and proper immune function. Mangoes also help prevent insomnia and provide for better sleep. In some countries mangos are eaten right before bed as a natural sleep aid.

Enjoy this recipe anytime of day. It's wonderful eaten on its own, or served with guacamole, hummus, vegetable crudités or a healthy cracker you enjoy. Or scoop into lettuce or cabbage leaves taco-style, or over a salad. 

Sweet & Spicy Mango Salsa
Ingredients:
• 2C mango, diced 
• 2C tomatoes, diced 
• 1C avocado, diced 
• 1/2C onion, minced 
• 2 tbsp orange juice 
• 1 lime, juiced 
• 1/4C cilantro leaves, minced 
• 1 tbsp jalapeno, minced 
• 1 tsp cumin 
• optional dash of cayenne 
• optional sea salt and pepper

Directions:
1. Add all ingredients to a medium bowl and mix together until well combined.
2. Enjoy with raw vegetables, crackers, or scooped into lettuce leaves. 

Serves 1-2

This item posted: 10-Nov-2015 - Disclaimer

It doesn't get much more delicious than fresh ripe figs and creamy smooth macadamia nuts. And together, they are a match made in heaven.

Not only is this wonderful combination a flavor explosion, they also contain an incredible amount of healing properties.

Figs provide phenomenal amounts of energy and vitality to the body, and aid in the repair and restoration of the digestive, cardiovascular, lymphatic, reproductive, muscular, immune, and skeletal system. Figs are one of the most alkaline fruits available and are rich in minerals such as calcium, iron, potassium, selenium, and zinc. In fact, figs are one the highest sources of readily assimilable calcium in the plant world which makes them a great choice to help prevent osteoporosis and their potassium content can help to prevent hypertension as well.

Macadamia nuts are a rich source of energy and are packed with essential minerals, vitamins, and heart healthy mono-unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic acid. They're an excellent source of iron, magnesium, zinc, selenium, and B-complex vitamins. They also contain flavonoids which are compounds that protect the body from free radical damage and diseases such as cancer. They can also provide protection from strokes and coronary artery disease, and be of help in lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol and increasing HDL (good) cholesterol in the blood.

Today's recipe gives you all these healing benefits in an incredibly tasty, bite-sized package. It's also quick and easy to make, while being an impressive option to serve for friends or family. Enjoy this delightful recipe!

Figs with Macadamia Cheese and Raw Honey

Ingredients:
2 lbs of fresh figs, any variety
1/2C raw macadamia nuts
1/2 lemon, juiced
1 dime sized sliver of garlic
1/2 tsp olive oil
1 tsp raw honey
1 sprig fresh rosemary
Additional raw honey for drizzling

Directions:
To make the macadamia cheese, blend macadamia nuts, lemon juice, olive oil, honey and garlic in the blender until smooth and creamy. Set aside in fridge to cool.
Mince 1 tsp fresh rosemary.
Slice figs and arrange on plate.
Top with a dollop of macadamia cheese and a sprinkle of rosemary.
Finish with a drizzle of raw honey and enjoy!

Serves 2-4

This item posted: 02-Nov-2015 - Disclaimer

Now that Autumn is here, it's the perfect time to make the most of the bounty of sweet potatoes, winter squash and pumpkins that are in every grocery store and farmer's market.

Sweet potato is one of the most healing vegetables we have available to us. They help to lower blood pressure and reduce stress. They are one of the best anti-cancer foods, and can particularly help to prevent breast, colon, lung, skin, and oral cancers.

Sweet potatoes are known for being easy to digest and are very good for ulcers, inflamed colons, digestive disorders, and constipation.

And to top it all off, they taste delicious! Especially in this quick and easy healing recipe. It's perfect for dinner, and pairs wonderfully with a big fresh salad of leafy greens, juicy bell pepper, tomato, cucumber and avocado with a squeeze of orange juice.

Ingredients:

2 sweet potatoes, peeled and cubed
2 cloves of garlic
1 medium sweet onion, sliced
1/2 an inch of fresh ginger root
A pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg, or cardamom and/or sea salt and pepper 

Optional topping: coconut or cashew cream and/or rosemary, thyme or parsley

Directions:

1. Steam the sweet potatoes, onion, garlic, and ginger until soft (about 45 minutes).
2. While still hot, transfer to a blender with 1 cup of the steaming liquid. Blend until smooth and creamy.
3. If needed you can add a little more of remaining steaming liquid to create the consistency desired for your soup.
4. Optionally sprinkle seasoning to taste, and top with fresh herbs such as parsley, rosemary, or thyme and a dollop of coconut or cashew cream.

This item posted: 12-Oct-2015 - Disclaimer

Hummus has become a highly popular food in many countries across the world. With it’s creamy texture, delicious, savory flavor and versatility, it’s not hard to understand why.

There are endless variations of hummus, many of which can be healthy choices. However some can contain poor quality oils like sunflower, vegetable and canola oils, along with additives like citric acid and preservatives.

As with all foods, the best way to ensure what you’re eating is truly healthy, is to make it yourself. Traditional hummus recipes use chickpeas as a base, which are a good option, but beans can still cause problems for some people.

A better alternative that’s really delicious is to make your own hummus with a base of vegetables, like raw zucchini. This adds the creamy texture and bulk that chickpeas would normally offer, but is easier to digest and offers extra nutrients.

Today’s recipe gives you a simple and tasty vegetable-based hummus recipe to make at home. One of the best things about this recipe is that no cooking is required, so it can be pulled together in just a few short minutes.

Enjoy this recipe with vegetable crudités, wrapped in lettuce leaves with other fillings, or served with gluten and corn free crackers. It’s perfect for lunch, dinner or a snack...or all of these!

Veggie Hummus

Ingredients:
2 cups of raw zucchini, peeled and chopped
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 teaspoon of cumin
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
1/2 cup tahini
Optional: red pepper flakes, sprig fresh dill, basil, or cilantro, sea salt
Optional wrap: romaine lettuce leaves, tomato, sprouts, and scallions
Optional veggies: chopped cucumber, cauliflower, broccoli, asparagus, sweet potato, bell pepper, etc

Preparation:

1. Blend the zucchini, garlic, cumin, lemon juice ad tahini together on high until very creamy. Taste and add optional red pepper flakes, dill basil or cilantro if desired. You can also add sea salt if you like.

2. Serve with raw veggies as a dip. Alternatively, place in romaine lettuce leaves and top with tomato, sprouts, and scallions for delicious wraps.

This item posted: 28-Sep-2015 - Disclaimer

Veggie Pizza

Just hearing the word 'pizza' can conjure up cravings for this savory comfort food for many people. And it's no surprise, given its widespread popularity.

Most people also know that pizza is far from being a healthy food. Laden down with unhealthy oils, processed cheese, gluten, fatty meats, and much more, it's clear that pizza is low on the healthy foods scale.

But fortunately that doesn't mean you have to always go without. Making a pizza at home with healthy plant foods will give you the comfort and experience of pizza, without the strain on your liver and other vital organs. Not to mention your energy and waistline, which would only inhibit your healing process more.

This recipe is perfect to enjoy with friends or family, and pairs beautifully with a a big fresh salad.

Veggie Pizza (wheat & dairy free)

Ingredients
1 gluten-free/dairy-free pizza crust 
1 jar marinara/pizza sauce
1-2 cups thinly sliced red, yellow, &/or orange bell peppers
1 cup mushrooms, sliced
1-2 cloves garlic, chopped
1/2 cup olives, chopped
1/2 red onion, sliced
4 basil leaves
1 Tbs olive oil
1/4 tsp fresh dried thyme & oregano,
pinch sea salt & pepper


Instructions
1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F & position a rack in the middle of the oven

2. Bring large skillet to medium heat, add 1 Tbs olive oil, onions, peppers, garlic, dried herbs, salt & pepper & stir. Cook until soft 10-15 minutes.

3. Top pizza crust with desired amount of marinara/pizza sauce & top with sautéed veggies

4. Place pizza either directly on oven rack or pizza stone

5. Bake for 15-20 minutes

6. Top with fresh basil & red pepper flakes, if desired

Eat & enjoy!

This item posted: 21-Sep-2015 - Disclaimer

Oatmeal is one of the most common and popular breakfast choices for Americans, the British, and Australians. It's comforting, filling and delicious.

This recipe for oatmeal skips the grains altogether, offering a delicious alternative for anyone avoiding grains. Instead delicious sweet fruit is used to mimic the consistency and comfort of oatmeal, with the added bonus of a ton of healing properties from the fruit.

Bananas are not only a great grab-and-go snack, but they are a wonderful ingredient for adding sweetness and creaminess to delicious and healthy smoothies and treats. If you suffer from a sleep disorder, the high levels of tryptophan found in bananas can help ease these conditions. This is true if you wish to lower anxiety, ease depression, or foster a greater sense of calm as well. On an emotional level, bananas can offer tremendous assistance. If you or a loved one suffer from PTSD, consuming three or more bananas a day can help alleviate this condition.

Apples are a powerful fruit that should not be undervalued because of their familiarity. Apples have incredible anti-inflammatory properties, and their ability to soothe the body of bacterial and viral toxins that can give rise to inflammation make it an excellent food if you are suffering from encephalitis (brain inflammation), IBS (intestinal inflammation), or nerve inflammation brought about by a viral infection. If you are looking to offer your brain some extra support, turn to the apple. Its phytochemicals not only help to boost electrical activity, but they offer nourishment for your neurons as well.

The antioxidant strength of cinnamon is astounding. Its antioxidant might is more powerful than that of all other foods, fruits and vegetables included. Cinnamon can offer wonderful assistance if you are suffering from nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, indigestion, or flatulence. It can also come to your aid if you are battling a flu. Not only can cinnamon help ward off the flu, but it can reduce its length and help wipe out congestion and mucus from the system as well. Throw a dash of this spice in your tea, try it in a smoothie, or sprinkle it atop your favorite treat or meal and know that you are receiving a number of benefits from a spice that’s been celebrated as a medicinal powerhouse since antiquity.

Raisins can easily be ignored or forgotten, but they actually offer wonderful health benefits and in fact offer greater nutritional might than the goji berry which is touted as a superfood. Raisins can vary in size and color depending on which type of grape is used. Grapes have a lengthy list of health benefits and can be particularly beneficial when it comes to battling The Unforgiving Four. They possess strong antiviral properties and can help in the removal of radiation from the body. They also work to remove DDT and toxic heavy metals from the liver thanks to the collaborative efforts of their amino acids and anthocyanins.

The optional ingredients offer numerous health benefits as well. During the fall in Maine, Native Americans used to harvest an abundance of wild blueberries and dry what they gathered so that they could continue to receive the nourishment of these sun-dried berries during the winter months. If you are looking to cleanse your liver, start to bring cranberries into your meals and snacks, this powerful berry is a particularly wonderful liver cleanser. Not only will a sprinkle of almonds or walnuts add a nice crunch to this dish, but they can support your health as well. The walnut helps shield cells from the damaging effects of free radicals thanks to the high level of vitamin E it contains. Almonds can support the body by helping to strengthen both nerves and bones.

Learn much more about the physical, emotional, and spiritual properties of these foods and more in my book Life-Changing Foods.

This is a quick and easy to make recipe perfect for both adults and children. This recipe is enough for one adult as a light breakfast or as a snack. You can double or even triple the recipe if you like if you are hungry. And with an oatmeal as nourishing as this, you can enjoy it any time of day!

Banana Apple Oatmeal (Grain Free)

Ingredients:
2 ripe bananas
1 apple
A pinch of cinnamon
A handful of raisins
Optional: dried wild blueberries, cranberries, or chopped almonds/walnuts

Preparation:
1. Place the bananas, apple, and cinnamon in a food processor and pulse until chunky and creamy.

2. Transfer the mixture to a bowl and top with raisins, cinnamon and/or chopped apples. You can also add fresh berries, chopped pear, or any other fruit of choice.

This item posted: 07-Sep-2015 - Disclaimer

Guacamole is usually one of first foods to disappear at a party, and for good reason - it's delicious!

But unlike many of the other tasty foods typically eaten at holiday parties, homemade guacamole can also be a truly healthy option. In fact, the base ingredients of most guacamole recipes, like avocado, cilantro, garlic, and lemon or lime, are exceptional healing foods.

The guacamole recipe I am sharing with you today takes these wonderful base ingredients and adds even more nutrients and healing properties with the addition of celery, tomato, scallions and optional romaine leaves for dipping.

Cilantro Guacamole

Ingredients:

1-2 ripe avocados, mashed with a fork
1-2 celery stalks, finely chopped
1 tomato, chopped
1 bunch of cilantro, chopped
1 bunch of scallions, chopped
1 lemon or 2 limes, squeezed
1 clove of garlic, minced
a pinch of sea salt and black pepper
optional: romaine lettuce leaves

Preparation:

1. Mix all the ingredients except the tomato and romaine together in a bowl.
2. Add the chopped tomato and fold through gently.
3. Serve the guacamole on romaine lettuce leaves, or as a dip with vegetable crudités. Enjoy!

This item posted: 31-Aug-2015 - Disclaimer

One of the most delicious parts of summer is the abundance of heirloom tomatoes that are available at that time of year.

If you've never had an heirloom tomato, you're in for a real treat. These nutrient-rich tomatoes have a wonderful sweet and salty flavor, and make an excellent addition to any meal or snack. In today's recipe I share a beautifully simple way to enjoy them that lets their flavor shine.

Rich in nutrients

Heirloom tomatoes are are rich in vitamins C, K, A, and B-complex, as well as potassium, chromium, biotin, and beta carotene. This amazing array of nutrition makes heirloom tomatoes excellent for helping to nourish the adrenal glands, reduce stress damage, build the immune system, lower blood pressure, protect against skin damage, improve cardiovascular health, and strengthen bones.

Help prevent cancer

Heirloom tomatoes are also an excellent source of lycopene, a super-antioxidant, which is known to help prevent breast, pancreatic, intestinal, bladder, cervical, colorectal, lung, skin, endometrial, and prostate cancers.

Support digestion

Heirloom tomatoes are also known to aid in the digestion of dense proteins, assist in dissolving gallstones, and purify the blood making them highly beneficial for your digestive tract and lymphatic system.

During the summer, heirloom tomatoes can be found abundantly at your local farmers markets, some grocery stores, or grown in your garden. Have fun tasting all the different varieties and enjoying each unique and delicious flavor profile.

The basil in this dish not only adds a burst of flavor that pairs wonderfully with the heirloom tomatoes, but it offers its unique health benefits as well. The magnesium found in basil can help reduce the chance of experiencing irregular heart rhythms and spasms, making this herb a great option for helping support cardiovascular health. The magnesium also works to relax muscles and blood vessels. If you are suffering from a bacterial or viral-related health issue, the powerful antibacterial and antiviral properties of basil can provide fantastic assistance. If you are suffering from mono, shingles, or intestinal parasites, try regularly incorporating basil into your meals.

Learn much more about the physical, emotional, and spiritual properties of these foods and more in my book Life-Changing Foods.

Heirloom Tomato Salad

This gloriously simple and fresh dish is the perfect lunch or dinner accompaniment to celebrate and enjoy in summer's bounty. It lets the wonderful flavor of the heirloom tomatoes stand out with just a few extra flavor accents to bring it all together.

Ingredients:
2-4 beautiful heirloom tomatoes (the same or different colors)
1/4 cup fresh basil
1-2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil
sprinkle sea salt and pepper

Preparation:
Thickly slice the heirloom tomatoes and arrange on a plate. Gently rip some basil leaves and place on top. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle a little sea salt and fresh cracked pepper, if desired.

This item posted: 24-Aug-2015 - Disclaimer

This wonderfully easy recipe will be a hit with all your family and friends, and not just the kids. Who doesn't love a sweet, refreshing and creamy pop in the summer?

With just three easy to find ingredients, this recipe can be made in a matter of minutes. Freeze overnight to enjoy anytime you please or in the morning so you have a delicious, cooling pop to enjoy on summer nights.

Some people avoid bananas because of their sugar content, but the sugar found in ripe bananas actually offers a number of benefits. Manganese and selenium are just some of the trace minerals that are connected to the sugar you’ll be consuming when you peel open a banana. Potassium, which helps support neurotransmitter functioning, as well as other minerals linked to the sugar in bananas are abundant in this sweet and nourishing fruit. Bring in this antiviral food whenever you get the chance. It can help support those fighting numerous conditions and symptoms including human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), shingles, and Epstein-Barr.

The strawberry could be described as a superfood thanks to all the amazing benefits it can offer you physically, emotionally, and spiritually. If you suffer from age-related macular degeneration or other vision issues, regularly incorporating strawberries into your diet could be helpful. Looking to improve your cardiovascular health, lower your cholesterol, or stave off heart disease or strokes? The ellagic acid and flavonoids found in these sweet, red berries can help! Strawberries, like certain other berries, aid in preventing organ damage that can result from an overabundance of adrenaline in the system. Unseen compounds found in these berries assist this. In this fast-paced, technological age we live in, many people regularly face elevated adrenaline levels, and berries are a perfect way to begin supporting this all too common issue.

You can make this recipe with orange juice or pineapple juice, or you can use a mix of both. Whether it’s driving back a virus, working to make toxic heavy metals inactive, or helping shield the body from the harmful effects of radiation, the glutathione, flavonoids, and limonoids found in oranges can help. Oranges, once recognized as miracle fruits deserve to return to that place of esteem and be rightfully celebrated for the treasure trove of health benefits they offer. Freshly made juice will always contain the highest amount of nutrients, but bottled juice can be used if needed. In combination with the incredible amount of nutrients and healing properties in bananas and strawberries, this is a winning recipe for your health.

Learn much more about the physical, emotional, and spiritual properties of these foods and more in my book Life-Changing Foods.

These pops are bound to go fast, so make as many batches as you like at once. Perfect to enjoy any time of day!

Strawberry Banana Pops

Ingredients:
2 ripe bananas
2 cups strawberries (fresh or frozen)
1/2 cup orange or pineapple juice

Preparation:
Blend all the ingredients together until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and add possible sticks & lids. Freeze overnight. Eat & Enjoy!



This item posted: 17-Aug-2015 - Disclaimer

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