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 reading this post, share your comments, and browse our website.
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, carrots and/or pumpkin mixes if you like. Sweet potatoes are a low glycemic food, high … Read moreHomemade Sweet Potato Tots
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 add a creamy texture and boost the flavor, although you may choose a different sauce … Read moreQuinoa & Red Kidney Bean “Chili” Burgers
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 and mixing up a quick dressing, you can enjoy this meal as a side dish … Read moreRaw Pad Thai with Vegetable Noodles
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 cholesterol levels,… This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue reading … Read moreSuper Cherry Antioxidant Juice
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 for rice that can change the color, taste and nutrient profile of your… This is … Read moreBroccolini & Cauliflower “Fried Rice” Bowls
We’ve all heard of intermittent fasting but what’s reverse fasting? Just in case you haven’t heard of intermittent fasting here’s the heads up! Intermittent fasting (IF) is an eating pattern that cycles between periods of fasting and eating. Humans have evolved to function well when food is not… This is a summary only, click on … Read moreCould Reverse Fasting Help You Lose Weight?
This post was originally published on this siteIt’s easier than you think to eat an entire day’s worth of calories just in the snacks at holiday parties, gatherings and functions. But going to a party doesn’t have to equal nibbling endlessly on high-calorie, low-nutrient dense food. The best way to avoid overeating the junk is … Read moreA Veggie Wreath & Vegan Ranch Dip
As a practicing clinician, I often see people who are carbohydrate sensitive or intolerant. Carbohydrate intolerance is when the small intestine has trouble processing carbohydrate (which includes sugars and starches) into a source of energy for the body. Many times, it happens because of a… This is a summary only, click on the title above … Read moreCould You Be Sensitive to Carbohydrates?
This post was originally published on this siteA common dilemma that many people face when they are trying to lose weight or make healthy changes is the weekend. It might make sense to eat clean and whole-food based during the week, but on the weekend it’s easy to get derailed. With an more flexible schedule, … Read more12 Ways to “Clean Up” Your Weekend Habits
This post was originally published on this siteIt’s an exciting and spooky time of the year, which calls for making fun drinks. Yes, you can have fun with juice! It’s a great way to introduce healthy drinks and juices to kids (and the big kids too). You can have loads of fun with colors and … Read moreA Spooky Kind of Juice
This post was originally published on this siteNature has provided us with many ingredients that have potent anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. You can make your own herbal, cider and spice concoctions that are easy, inexpensive and work toward keeping you out of bed this winter. Fire Cider is an easy recipe that can help protect… … Read moreA Homemade Tonic To Prevent Colds & Flu
This post was originally published on this siteApples are one of those simple, seasonal foods that often get overlooked. They are mostly known for offering a little sweetness to a green juice, but they have so many health benefits too. Apple juice retains many of the key nutrients of apples, including vitamin C, B vitamins, … Read moreFall in Love With Apple Juice
This is a light, simple and delicious juice to enjoy. Honeydew melon is high in potassium, which is an important electrolyte for heart health, healthy bones, energy and the nervous system. It’s also a great source of potassium. This juice is high in vitamin C due to the honeydew and the limes,… This is a … Read moreMelo Lime Juice
Not all fats are created equal. In fact, there’s one type of fat called omega 3 fatty acids that offers an impressively long list of health benefits. These essential fats provide energy for the muscles, heart, and other organs and work as building blocks for cells. Find out the many ways… This is a summary … Read moreOmega 3s: Good for Your Brain, Mood, Skin & More
More than a trillion healthy microbes live happily within your digestive system. They are vital for immune, nutritional and metabolic functions. Imbalances in our digestive system, also known as dysbiosis, are associated with many chronic health conditions. Studies indicate that our gut microbiome… This is a summary only, click on the title above to continue … Read moreLearn More About Prebiotics: Food for Your Gut