Tag: Grains

Just thought you should know…10 Creative Ways to Eat Veggies for Breakfast

I’m an intermittent faster, so I don’t eat breakfast. However, I know most people do. So, inspired by my CRON diet article, I decided to repost this article, which highlights ways to eat veggies for breakfast. You really can’t eat too many vegetables. If… Continue Reading “Just thought you should know…10 Creative Ways to Eat Veggies for Breakfast”

Busting the (Whole) Grain Myth – UC Davis Integrative Medicine

With the back and forth of grains, no grains, things can get a bit confusing. Many people are sensitive to grains, and should remove them from the diet. But, does that mean that everyone should stay away from grains? Personally, I do avoid grains,… Continue Reading “Busting the (Whole) Grain Myth – UC Davis Integrative Medicine”

In loving memory: Grandma Weisbeck’s Cheese Buttons (Kase Knepfela)

Here is another recipe, as I celebrate the life of my Grandmother, who passed away yesterday at the age of 101. Here is one of my favorite meals prepared by my Grandmother. My Grandma came from a large German family, who farmed on the… Continue Reading “In loving memory: Grandma Weisbeck’s Cheese Buttons (Kase Knepfela)”

45 Best Ever Chia Seed Pudding Recipes | Eat This Not That

Hello everyone! I am currently in the process of writing an article which will include a bunch of recipes I’ll be using during Phase 1 of my Red Tea Detox. It is taking awhile to research and I’m running out of time. You see,… Continue Reading “45 Best Ever Chia Seed Pudding Recipes | Eat This Not That”

Walk to Wellness: 20 Amazing Superfood Recipes

Over the past few weeks, each morning, I’ve covered the benefits of superfoods from the book: Superfoods: The Food and Medicine of the Future  By: David Wolfe This week, each morning, we’ll finish up with the final four superfoods from the book, which are:… Continue Reading “Walk to Wellness: 20 Amazing Superfood Recipes”

Health Benefits of Flax & One quick recipe

As today is a federal holiday here in the USA, I’ve decided to take the day off from both blogging and school. So it’s repost day here at The Purple Almond. I’ll be back with the superfoods tomorrow morning at 8:00 EST, as we… Continue Reading “Health Benefits of Flax & One quick recipe”

Just thought you should know…How to Prepare Amaranth + 15 Recipes

A couple of weeks ago, in my ULTIMATE GUIDE TO NUTRIENTS: PROTEIN article, I published the following list of plant foods that are complete acids, containing all 9 essential amino acids. Quinoa – 8.14 grams per cup Amaranth – 9.35 grams per cup Soybeans… Continue Reading “Just thought you should know…How to Prepare Amaranth + 15 Recipes”

Southwest Quinoa Salad – lifethroughmonica

Over the past week we’ve been talking about healthy carbohydrates. I wanted to share this super healthy and flavorful recipe from Life Through Monica. The recipe uses super healthy quinoa, black beans and avocado, among other great foods. It does call for corn, so,… Continue Reading “Southwest Quinoa Salad – lifethroughmonica”

Allergy Free Friday-Mocha Cookies | The Teff Company

I’ve written about Teff before. If you’re not familiar with Teff, it’s a tiny grain/seed, grown in Ethiopia, and used to make Injera-Ethiopian Flatbread. But don’t let it’s tiny size fool you. It packs a wallop in terms of nutritional fire power. Take a… Continue Reading “Allergy Free Friday-Mocha Cookies | The Teff Company”

Sweet potato quinoa cakes/The Portland Kitchen

This gluten free, vegan recipe is a wonderful combination of two super healthy foods: Sweet potato and quinoa. As a reminder, here are two infographics with the health benefits!   Author: Abby Fammartino Serves 8: 32 cakes (freezes well) These cakes are versatile and a… Continue Reading “Sweet potato quinoa cakes/The Portland Kitchen”

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