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Tuesday, 26 July 2016 08:36

Honey-Lime Frozen Mousse Tarts

  This is the tasty treat I created for the Marilyn Denis show segment I did on the benefits of honey. Click here to watch the show.   Couple quick facts about honey:   Though raw honey contains a significant amount of sugar, it consists of two simple types of sugars (glucose and fructose), which are absorbed at different rates in the body. This allows for raw honey to have a lower glycemic index, which makes it safer for diabetics than regular sugar when used in...
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Thursday, 14 July 2016 06:00

Avocado Ginger Zucchini Sprout Salad

  Many people combined avocado and garlic to make guacamole but did you know that avocado and ginger are a super tasty duo for fighting inflammation? This creamy, dreamy dressing can also be used as a dip for veggies or a sandwich spread.   Ingredients: 3 small     zucchini, peeled into large flat strips 2 cups      snow peas, thinly sliced lengthwise 2 cups      sunflower sprouts     Dressing/Dip: ¼ cup      chopped fresh ginger 1...
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Thursday, 22 June 2017 06:00

Nutty Banana Lemon Pie by Penny Hopp RHN

  Thank you to my friend Penny Hopp RHN for this tasty recipe!    "This recipe was adapted from a Banana Lemon Pie recipe from Uncooking with RawRose. It’s really easy to make plus I added some super foods so that your little indulgence is a big hit health-wise."     Ingredients: 3 cups             pecans (or walnuts) 1 1/2 cups       organic raisins                         zest and juice from 2 lemons. 1 tbsp              hemp hearts 1 tbsp  ...
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Friday, 10 March 2017 06:00

“Rawtella” Hot Chocolate

  A favourite from my second book, Slimming Meals That Heal, this tasty recipe is a great pre-workout beverage. Coconut butter and cocoa powder make this creamy, chocolaty treat a great drink that will be beneficial before or after your workout. Cocoa powder contains caffeine, which has been shown to delay the onset of muscle fatigue by helping the body use its fat stores as energy. Coconut butter is high in medium-chain triglycerides (MCTs), which are rapidly absorbed by the...
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Monday, 31 October 2016 06:00

Easy Paleo Chocolate

  Having a chocolate craving but can’t find a treat without cane sugar or dairy? Here’s the answer for you!   Ingredients: ½ cup     coconut oil ½ cup     raw cocao powder 3 tbsp     honey or coconut syrup ½ tsp      vanilla extract or mint extract   Optional Toppings: nuts, coconut, cinnamon, coarse sea salt, dried fruit. Pour over fruit in ice cube trays for a fancy look!   Directions: 1. Gently melt coconut oil in a saucepan over...
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Thursday, 23 March 2017 06:00

Hot Detox Banana Chia Pecan Muffins

My sister Lynn is allergic to eggs and she follows a paleo diet so muffins are usually off the menu. At one point she owned a bakery so muffins and cookies were a big part of her life. When she learned about substituting eggs with ground chia seeds, she went back into the kitchen to experiment. I think you will agree that her results are very tasty! For more information about chia, check out this link. For more informaiton about bananas, check out this link. ...
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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 06:00

Anti-Inflammatory Fish Chowder

  Why is this soup anti-inflammatory? The Job’s tears look and taste like barley but don’t contain the inflammatory protein gluten. They are a popular allergy remedy in Asia and studies on mice show that they can suppress allergic reactions and balance the immune system. Quinoa is rich in magnesium that helps to relax blood vessels and thereby to alleviate migraines. Magnesium also may reduce type 2 diabetes by promoting healthy blood sugar control. Spinach and mushrooms are an...
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Wednesday, 31 May 2017 06:00

Healing Salad In A Jar

  If you like to take a salad for lunch but don’t have time to prepare it in the morning, try this recipe for my book, Slimming Meals That Heal. By using a mason jar and putting the dressing in first, you can make salads ahead of time. When you are ready to eat, just give the salad a shake and enjoy. Feel free to change up the ingredients of the salad. Just remember to always place the greens at the top of the jar to keep them from coming into contact with the...
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Wednesday, 30 December 2015 06:00

Festive Stuffed Chicken

  This simple, moist and tasty recipe can be dressed up to be very festive. The boneless, skinless organic chicken thighs are less expensive than breast meat and are much easier to work with. Your guests will rave about this one!   Ingredients:   4 (600 g)    boneless, skinless chicken breasts or 8 chicken thighs 4                water-packed artichoke hearts, finely chopped 1/4 cup      onion, finely chopped 1/2 cup      dried cranberries (apple...
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Thursday, 09 February 2017 06:00

Artichoke Leek Baked Frittata

  Packed with veggies, this frittata makes a well-rounded meal for breakfast, lunch, or supper. Leeks contain the stress-reducing bioflavonoid quercetin, while oregano is deliciously antimicrobial and artichokes gently sustain liver function.   Ingredients: 1 tsp          extra-virgin olive oil 12              eggs 2 tsp          dairy-free pesto 1 tsp          dried thyme 1 tsp          dried oregano (or 2 tsp fresh) 1⁄2 tsp       pink rock...
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