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Amazon Cacao Mint Smoothie

November 25th, 2015|Comments Off on Amazon Cacao Mint Smoothie

Here is a delicious, nutritious and  protein packed anytime drink. This smoothie is loaded with, protein, [...]

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Got Hemp Seed Milk?

October 9th, 2013|Comments Off on Got Hemp Seed Milk?

If you would like to drink this mylk on it’s own, I have listed some suggestions for sweetening and enhancing the flavour. Jazz this up with whatever floats your hem seed boat, and you will not be disappointed. Store in a glass jar in the fridge if you are going to keep for later.

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Kale & Walnut Pesto

Renée Leonard-Stainton is a Naturopath, Nutritionist, and Western Medical Herbalist, with a passion for green living. As the creator of the popular blog ‘Renée Naturally’, she shares healthy recipes, natural health articles and sustainable living guidance to over 20,000 followers. Renée is also a regular health contributor to various magazines, radio shows, and blogs. In her naturopathic practice, she treats both adults and children with a variety of health issues. Renée is dedicated to providing credible and easy to understand health information to help people on their path to a healthy and earth friendly existence.

By | September 20th, 2013|Categories: All Recipes, Beginner Recipes, Gluten Free, My Favorites, Vegan|Comments Off on Kale & Walnut Pesto

Wow, This is an Awesome Recipe!

Home made fresh raw almond milk is Raw, Live, Creamy, Frothy, Healthy, and has no additives or preservatives like most processed nut milks. It is a little piece of nutty heaven -- sweet, mild, and more gentle on the digestive system than heavily processed milks. It is fantastic to drink, put it on cereals, use in smoothies and shakes, and in cakes. I just can't get enough of it.

By | September 3rd, 2013|Categories: All Recipes, Featured|Tags: |Comments Off on Wow, This is an Awesome Recipe!

Healing Broccoli & Carrot Soup

The healing power of soup: something that both scientists and grandmothers can agree on. From helping you lose weight to warming you up from the inside out to boosting your immunity, soup is a winter staple that you shouldn’t be without. Maybe that is one reason that it is celebrated this month with its very own National Soup Month. Here's a closer look at what you can do to benefit from soup's amazing healing powers. An ancient Chinese proverb states that a good doctor uses food first, then resorts to medicine. A healing soup can be your first step in maintaining your health and preventing illness. The therapeutic value of soup comes from the ease with which your body can assimilate the nutrients from the ingredients, which have been broken down by simmering.

By | August 20th, 2013|Categories: Beginner Recipes, Nude Food, Soups|Comments Off on Healing Broccoli & Carrot Soup

White Bean Avocado Soup with White Bean Pico de Gallo

You always want to eat for the season. Soups provide something the body craves in cold weather. When you cook foods into a soup, you are adding a lot of what Chinese nutrition would call “warming energy” into the food. Warming foods to feature in your soups include: leeks, onions, turnips, spinach, kale, broccoli, quinoa, yams, squash, garlic, scallions, and parsley. As a spice, turmeric aids with circulation, a great boost against the cold weather.

By | April 20th, 2013|Categories: Soups, Vegan|Comments Off on White Bean Avocado Soup with White Bean Pico de Gallo