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Tuesday, 09 January 2018 06:00

Chocolate Collagen Chia Pudding

  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...
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Wednesday, 15 November 2017 06:00

Hot Detox Messy Gingered Sweet Potatoes

  Are you missing hash browns? These golden jewels made with sweet potatoes are great with eggs for a tasty weekend brunch. The coconut oil will increase the absorption of the beta-carotene, which becomes vitamin A in the liver and protects the lungs, skin and digestive tract. The ginger and cinnamon give a nice tropical twist and warm up the dish beautifully. The Herbamare seasons this dish to perfection! To enter the Herbamare Prize Pack Giveaway click here. Winner will be...
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Wednesday, 15 November 2017 06:00

Hot Detox Lazy Cabbage Rolls

  You’ll be surprised by the sweetness of this dish, one of my sister’s quick and easy recipes. Cabbage is filling because of its high level of fiber, which adds bulk to your stool. With only 33 calories per cup of cooked cabbage, this recipe is a natural go-to for anyone interested in controlling their weight. Cabbage is also a source of vitamin K, a nutrient essential for the upkeep of the myelin sheath, which protects nerves from damage. To enter the Herbamare Prize Pack...
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Monday, 11 December 2017 06:00

Gluten-Free Paleo Carrot Cake

  From my family to yours! I would like to share my mom’s amazing carrot cake recipe for the holiday season. This recipe is true comfort food for me.   Not only does it tastes great, it also delivers a medicinal dose of cinnamon. You may be shocked by the 7 teaspoons used in the recipe, but if you divide the cake into 14 pieces, each serving has 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon. This amount of cinnamon, if taken on a daily basis, has been shown to reduce glucose, triglyceride...
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  Bees are one of the most fascinating and important insects in the world. They make the most delicious natural sweetener, but more importantly, they pollinate 1/3 of our food supply. They are so busy that the hive has to visit a shocking 200,000 flowers to collect enough tasty nectar to create 1 kg of honey! One bee will make less than 1/4 teaspoon of honey in its entire lifetime, so when we hear about the decline of the bee population we should take it as one of our top...
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Friday, 22 December 2017 06:00

Kaydn’s Frozen Chocolate Rocket Fuel Treat

This recipe was developed by my nephew Kaydn as a special holiday treat. It is a cross between a frozen chocolate ice-cream and a dark fudge brownie. Everyone raves about it at our parties. Keep it frozen and allow it to thaw for about 5 minutes just prior to serving. This will make the slicing easier. Ingredients: 398ml can     coconut milk, full-fat 1 tsp              pink sea salt 1 tbs              organic vanilla extract 1/2 cup          raw...
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Tuesday, 12 December 2017 06:00

Egg-Free Dairy-Free 'Egg'Nog

  Whether you are vegan or someone with an egg allergy, this holiday smoothie is the perfect eggnog alternative. It packs all the same flavour as conventional eggnog with added health benefits!    Ingredients: 3 cups  unsweetened coconut or hemp beverage (Try my homemade coconut beverage.) 2           bananas 2 tsp     pure vanilla extract 1/2 tsp  ground nutmeg 1 tsp     ground cinnamon 2 tsp     chia seed pinch   ...
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Saturday, 16 September 2017 06:00

Gluten-Free Apple Berry Crisp

  Quinoa is an amazing source of manganese and magnesium, both important factors in omega-3 metabolism, which is known for its anti-inflammatory ability. Manganese nourishes the ligaments and magnesium reduces muscle pain, making these minerals a pain-fighting duo. While the amino acid lysine is known to help fight the cold sore virus, it’s also essential for tissue growth and repair, making quinoa the perfect food for anyone recovering from an injury. This dessert is so healthy...
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Thursday, 21 December 2017 06:00

African Nutbutter Stew

  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 ...
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Tuesday, 14 November 2017 06:00

Can Chicken Soup Really Cure The Common Cold?

  I won’t go so far as to claim that chicken soup is a miracle healer, but I will say that a good soup can boost your immune system and improve your chances of beating a virus. Chicken soup is a fantastic weapon when a cold or a flu bug is knocking you around.      Nine Healthy Reasons To Make This Chicken Soup   
1. Shiitake mushrooms contain lentinan, an active compound that can boost your immune system, making it stronger and more capable of fighting...
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