Reclaiming Health: Ditching Ultra-Processed Foods for a Thriving Gut and Well-Being

The word is out: Ultra-processed foods are leading to declining life expectancies in the U.S., poor gut health, more dementia, rising rates of diabetes, and many other health issues. We don’t have to take this lying down. Let’s start to get these foods out of our diets. Here’s how to do it. What is Processed Food? ... Read more


Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting is an eating trend that has once again gained popularity after being studied for its health benefits. As accessibility to food wasn’t always convenient like it is today, humans would go through phases of fasting which taught them how to function, even on an empty stomach, for long periods of time. Some people ... Read more


The Big 8 Food Allergens

Ever notice the small bold print under a product’s ingredient label? The one that highlights certain ingredients? It may say something like: “Contains soy and milk. Manufactured in a facility that processes tree nuts and wheat.” This labeling refers to the Big 8 food allergens and includes. These include milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy. Because these 8 ... Read more

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Black Bean and Kimchi Quesadillas with Togarashi Sweet Potato Fries and Lemon Aioli

Jazz up your normal (ahem, boring) quesadillas with these Black Bean and Kimchi Quesadillas. Add in spicy Togarashi Sweet Potato Fries and top with zesty Lemon Aioli, and you have a creative and flavorful meal. Cooking Vegan for a Family One of the most common complaints I hear when people consider transitioning to a vegan ... Read more


Seared Broccolini, Sweet Potato Mash, Lentils, and Coconut, Turmeric, Fresno Chili Relish

Tender sweet potatoes, creamy black lentils, seared broccolini, and crispy, spicy relish. . .This recipe is a symphony of flavors and textures that will not disappoint. A Rainbow of Phytonutrients This dish combines so many different flavors, textures and colors for an eye-appealing, tastebud-tantalizing treat. But there’s more to it than just a pretty presentation. ... Read more


Thai Lemongrass Soup with Crispy Mushrooms and Tofu

This refreshing Thai Lemongrass soup has a light gingery broth, pan-fried tofu, zesty tomatoes, and crispy crimini mushrooms. It’s perfect for a refreshing lunch or dinner any time of the year. This soup is so light and refreshing, it’ll be one that you may choose to cook year-round. Unlike other heavier soups, the zesty combination ... Read more


Yellow Chickpea and Basil Curry

I love quick and easy meals that I can throw together and put on the table in just a few minutes. This Yellow Chickpea and Basil Curry uses simple ingredients that I usually have on hand. Plus, it comes together quickly and tastes delicious as leftovers. You may even want to double the recipe to ... Read more


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Potato Malai Kofta with Sautéed Spinach and Tomato Chutney

If you are feeding people who are sceptical of vegetarian food being able satiate BIG hunger, this traditional Indian vegetarian dish will have them converted. Moreover, they will also reap the rewards of the various ‘nightshades’ by way of the potato and tomato in this recipe. Nightshades, friend or foe? So what are nightshades and ... Read more


Traditional Korean Bibimbap

This Bibimbap offers a fancy way to use all of the left over bits and bobs in your fridge after the festive season. Korean Culture Existing in Korean culture for centuries, Bibimbap is a dish originating in rural areas of Korea and was popular for being a cheap traditional meal that did not require a ... Read more


Customizing the Clean Slate Cleanse

The Fall 2020 Clean Slate Cleanse starts on October 1. This time around, we have amped up the Cleanse to add some additional options. Let’s talk about customizing the Clean Slate Cleanse to make it work for you so you get the most out of it. By the Book The Clean Slate Cleanse Cookbook and ... Read more


Tools for the Clean Slate Cleanse

For the most part, all you need to complete the Clean Slate Cleanse is a well-stocked kitchen. Load up on gluten-free, sugar-free, plant-based whole foods, and you’re good to go. However, during the Cleanse you may wish to participate in some optional enhancers. This post will help you decide which of these you may want ... Read more


Clean 7 Smoothies

Smoothies are a great way to add a boost of nutrition to your diet. Not only do they provide a simple way to sneak more fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet, you can also pack fiber, antioxidants, healthy fats, and other goodness into a smoothie. I recently decided to add more smoothies to my ... Read more