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Claire Georgiou Reboot Naturopath B.HSc ND

Is Juicing Safe For New Moms?

Can I do a juice fast after having a baby? I’m often asked this question in the Reboot community and…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue reading this post, share your comments, and… Continue Reading →

Pine-Lime-Pear Juice

This is a lovely sweet and somewhat sour juice. Pineapples are loaded with vitamins and minerals including vitamin A, vitamin…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue reading this post, share your comments, and… Continue Reading →

Obesity-Related Cancers Now A Problem for Young People

This post was originally published on this siteCancers associated with obesity in the younger generation are on the rise in the U.S., according to a February 2019 report…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue… Continue Reading →

A Reboot Nutritionist’s Take On The Celery Juice Trend

This post was originally published on this siteWorking with Reboot and within the juicing realm for many years, the celery juice craze even struck me as a…Read More This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue… Continue Reading →

Sweet Potato Fudge Brownies (Seriously Delicious)

Love sweet potato and chocolate? You’re in luck. You now get to enjoy both in this simple but deliciously fudgy dessert. This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue reading this post, share your comments, and… Continue Reading →

Homemade Sweet Potato Tots

These sweet potato tots are boiled and baked – not fried – and are a yummy and easy finger food to make for any celebration, party or to simply enjoy as a side dish. You could try white sweet potato,… Continue Reading →

Quinoa & Red Kidney Bean “Chili” Burgers

This highly nutritious vegan burger contains iron, fiber, potassium and B vitamins. The patties can be made ahead of time and enjoyed as a burger, on top of a salad or as a snack. I made a tahini sauce to… Continue Reading →

Slow Cooker Spiced Nut Mix

The easiest and best way to roast your nuts without worrying about over-cooking them is in a slow cooker. Many times I have left nuts and seeds in for 30 to 60 seconds too long and burnt them. It’s the… Continue Reading →

Raw Pad Thai with Vegetable Noodles

If you love Thai food and the benefits of raw food, this recipe is for you. Raw food prep can be intimidating, but this quick and easy meal is sure to win you over. With a little bit of chopping… Continue Reading →

Super Cherry Antioxidant Juice

Cherries, beets and purple carrots are all full of anthocyanins, which are powerful antioxidants that reduce free radicals, reduce inflammation and possess anti-viral and anti-cancer benefits. They are particularly helpful in reducing the risk of heart disease, as they improve… Continue Reading →

Broccolini & Cauliflower “Fried Rice” Bowls

Most people are familiar with the lower starch alternative to rice, called cauliflower rice, which is a nice way to add more vegetables to your plate. But I also love broccolini, zucchini, broccoli and carrot as a food switch up… Continue Reading →

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