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22 Jan
The trick to this lovely limey soup is to use fresh lime juice and add it right at the end to preserve its incredible flavour. This soup contains the juice of almost 10 limes, which makes it a true detox aid. The lentils provide needed protein that assists in phase-two liver detoxification. Limes will produce more juice when warm, so consider storing them on the counter or putting them in hot water before juicing. Lentils are one of the easiest legumes to digest and have been...
19 Jan
Kale chips make a great replacement for potato or corn chips when you are having a craving. If you have one serving (2 cups) of these crispy delights from my book Meals That Heal Inflammation and you are consuming 300 mg of calcium, or the equivalent of a full cup of milk. Kale has lower levels of oxalic acid, allowing its calcium to be more bioavailable than spinach. Ingredients: 2 heads (10 cups)         green curly kale, washed, large stems removed, torn into bite size...
17 Jan
This recipe that is sure to please your vegetarian guests! The combo of sweet potato, lentil and pesto is so yummy it might become your new Sunday family dinner tradition.  Ingredients: 2 lb                            sweet potatoes or yams, diced into 1/2 inch cubes 2                                garlic cloves, peeled and chopped 1/4 cup                      coconut milk 1/2 cup                      dairy-free pesto (recipe here) 1 cup                    ...
16 Jan
This is a very popular way to introduce grain-free baking to those that have never tried it before. The banana and chia make this bread very dense and moist. Follow the directions careful to ensure the bread bakes in the centre.   Ingredients:   2/3 cup    unsweetened applesauce   1/2 cup    natural honey   1/2 tbsp   pure vanilla extract   3/4 cup    almond flour   3/4 cup    coconut flour   1/2 cup    walnut...
12 Jan
Do you crave chocolate? Have you ever wondered why this bitter seed from the cacao tree is so irresistible? Cacao has been cultivated for thousands of years so humans have long understood its special properties. It is the chemical phenethylamine that triggers an endorphin release which has a similar effect on the brain as falling in love. That is why everything looks just a little bit rosier when you have a taste of your favourite chocolate treat.  Chocolate can be healthy...
10 Jan
  The Anti-inflammatory superheroes Ginger and Turmeric are botanically related. The yellow in turmeric is so powerful it stains everything as you can see from the cutting board. It is all worth it as it fights cancer cells and reduces pain. For more information about Turmeric click here. For more information about Ginger, click here.  Ingredients: 1 cup    unsweetened hemp or coconut beverage (Try my homemade coconut beverage recipe.) 1 tsp     turmeric,...
09 Jan
  Here is a sneak peek at one of the recipes I will be sharing on the Marilyn Denis Show tomorrow. We are talking all about Health Trends for 2018.    The featured ingredient in this pudding is hydrolyzed collagen powder. Your body contains a matrix of collagen that starts to break down around the age of 21. It is important to replenish your collagen stores to support the repair of your joints and bones, sooth the intestinal tract and help heal leaky gut (intestinal...
21 Dec
  One of the fan favourites from my first book, Meals That Heal Inflammation, this stew is truly a one-pot meal because it is so rich and creamy that it will deeply satisfy. The quinoa and beans are excellent vegetarian protein options.   Ingredients: 4 cups         veggie stock 1                  onion, chopped 2                  cloves of garlic 2 cups         diced pumpkin 1 cup           white beans (great northern is good) 1/2 cup ...
19 Dec
  This diary-free recipe is for kids who love processed cheese pasta. I have matched the flavour profile so close even fussy kids will love my faux 'cheeze' sauce.  ‚Ä®Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups       thinly sliced carrots 1 cup               water 1/3 cup            coconut milk 3/4 cup            nutritional yeast flakes 1 1/2 tsp          pink rock or grey sea salt 1 1/2 tbsp        yellow mustard 1/4 cup            organic olive oil 2...
18 Dec
This recipe is good for both your heart and your sweethearts! The chocolate, cranberries and seeds all have heart healthy power. This fun recipe takes only minutes to make and really looks impressive.   Ingredients: 375 g       unsweetened organic, fair-trade baking chocolate, chopped into small pieces 1/4 cup    fruit juice sweetened, dried cranberries or blueberries 1/3 cup    seeds of your choice (pumpkin, hemp, sunflower, flax) 20 drops  liquid...

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