Originally posted on SOBODY HEALTHY RECIPES:
Forget the coleslaw! This simple salad is a fresh, crunchy delight: healthy, full of flavour, delicious, yet easy and quick to make. And there is no need for claggy mayonnaise either! This salad combines the sweet tartness of green apple with fresh crunchy celery, carrots and sweet potato. (Yes…
Yesterday, I wrote about complex carbohydrates in my series Ultimate Guide to Nutrients. In that article, I listed 10 whole food sources of complex carbohydrates, and squash was one of them. One of my all time favorite types of squash is Butternut Squash. I absolutely love this stuff. It’s not too strong and has a…Read more »
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Salad Rolls with Pineapple and Pineapple Mint Dipping Sauce Well, Angie has gotten me so thrilled to participate in her Healthy Recipe Challenge, that I can’t stop thinking about leafy greens and pineapple! Out of the blue, recipes just keep popping into my mind. Here is what I made…
Earlier today, I posted a list of foods to include to help control diabetes. Here, I include some recipes using those foods, to give you ideas on how to make them a part of your daily diet. I’ve tried to combine them together, when possible. ENJOY! Sardine and Lemongrass Salad From: Saveur.com Spinach, Beef and Egg…Read more »
In my last article: Ultimate Guide to Nutrients: Sugar, I promised to discuss the benefits of raw honey, so here we are! Just what is RAW honey? “Honey is a pure, unfiltered and unpasteurized sweetener made by bees from the nectar of flowers.” (1) Now, when I say RAW honey, I’m not talking about the stuff in…Read more »
Getting kids to eat healthy is a huge challenge, especially with all the temptations in the store, and ads on TV. I’ve put together a list of 8 fun recipes to make with your kids….that they will actually WANT to eat! ENJOY!
I have moved around a lot and lived in many different places, one of which was the beautiful state of New Mexico. Before living in New Mexico, I never gave Pistachios a second thought. That is, until I was introduced to HEART OF THE DESERT PISTACHIOS, which are, by far, the absolute best pistachios you’ll…Read more »
Did you know the bacteria in your gut (probiotics) out weigh the cells in our body 10 to 1! That’s right your gut is TEAMING with bacteria, but they are very important part of the digestive process.
You may have heard of “kasha”, but just what is kasha? Kasha is a toasted version of Buckwheat groats. Despite the use of the word “wheat”, Buckwheat, which is gluten-free, is in no way related to wheat. (1) Buckwheat is a “pseudo-grain”, or seed of a plant from Eastern Europe and Russia, related to the…Read more »
Potatoes…they are often a demonized, after all, they’re a “white” carbohydrate. We’re always told to “stay away from anything white.” For the most part this is true. We should avoid things like white sugar, white pasta, white bread, and white flour. But these items have one thing in common: All of those items are highly processed…Read more »