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Raw Food Diet Recipes Every raw foodist I know has at least one mouth-watering recipe they've concocted up in their kitchens. These recipes help new raw foodists get grounded and give the experienced something to experiment with. Please submit your best recipe along with a photo below. Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page... Raw Orange Cilantro Dressing or Dip Ingredients: 1/2 an avocado 1/2 cup packed cilantro 3 medjool dates Juice from 2-3 Cara cara, blood, or valencia oranges 1 stalk celery … Versatile Lettuce Wonder-Wraps! I love the perfect simplicity of this 'recipe'. Sweet Pepper Dip Not rated yet Ingredients: 1 roma tomato, chopped 1 ataulfo mango, chopped 1 stalk celery, chopped Directions: 1) Cut sweet mini peppers in half 2) … Cherry Banana Smoothie Not rated yet Ingredients: 6 ripe Bananas (I use 3 frozen, 3 non-frozen) 1 cup frozen Cherries 2 Medjool dates 1 cup of coconut water Directions: 1 … Click here to write your own.

Combining Foods for Optimal Nutrition New research shows that some food combinations are more nutritious when eaten together. The flavors of some foods just go together—but new research shows that some foods that taste great together are also more nutritious when eaten in combination. Here are four powerful pairs that are better together: —Jessica Girdwain, May/June 2012 EatingWell Magazine Next: Broccoli & Mustard » Random Vegan Recipes Bring 6 quarts of salted water to a boil in an 8-quart pot over high heat. Pour the tomatoes and their liquid into the work bowl of a food processor. Using quick on/off pulses, process the tomatoes just until they are finely chopped. (Longer processing will aerate the tomatoes, turning them pink.) Stir the penne into the boiling water. Meanwhile, heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Just before the pasta is done, fish the garlic cloves out of the sauce and pour in the cream. Remove the pot from the heat, sprinkle 3/4 cup of the soy parm over the pasta, and toss to mix. Back to top

Raw Food Recipes for All Occasions So you've decided to try the raw food diet, and you want a few raw food recipes to get you started! Luckily there are loads of them and we've got 100 plus to get you started. Before you start looking I want to share a few important points with you that can help your understanding of the raw diet, the kitchen tool requirements, and what ingredients to avoid. It’s easy to turn a simple green salad into a gourmet experience, just by adding a few lively ingredients. There are many exciting recipes listed below, but as your taste buds come alive with this diet a simple meal that will dazzle your taste buds is as easy as combining fresh greens and other vegetables together with a tasty dressing. To prepare most of these raw food recipes you need only the basics; a cutting board and knife, a bowl, and perhaps a good quality box grater. When some people think of eating a raw vegetable diet it sounds boring, but I assure you this diet is bursting with flavors and is very satiating. Enjoy!

alkaline diet | Renu Arora, RD Acidity??? Yes, acidity. This is probably a new one for most of you, and for reasons I’ll get into later, it’s not something that the large nutrition or dietetic associations in Canada or the US are ever going to discuss. But it’s one of the most important nutritional concepts you should be aware of. I’m going to take for granted that you know the basics of acids, bases, and pH: just to remind you, though, an acid is a substance which, when dissolved, yields a pH of less than 7; something that is basic, also known as alkaline, yields a pH that is greater than 7; and something that is neutral has a pH of exactly 7.0. Blood pH is very tightly regulated in the body. Think about it: every time you eat something that makes your blood more acidic or more alkaline, your body has to react in order to keep the balance. One way our body neutralizes acid is through our phosphate buffering system and as it turns out, 85% of the phosphate from the system comes from our calcium phosphate reserves.

Plant-Based Nutritarian Weight Loss Recipe Blog 80/10/10 — Low Fat Vegan Chef Recipes Raw Vegan Recipe: Rock My Broccoli Salad with Orange Hemp Dressing March 3, 2013 *Contest is over! I’ve chosen Tina’s name “Rock My Broccoli Salad” for the title! Hey everyone. Read the full article → Vitamineral Green Smoothie Recipe February 3, 2013 So can you use green powders in green smoothies instead of fresh greens? Read the full article →

Kidney Diet - : The Ultimate A to Z Guide to Chronic Renal Failure (Part 1) In today’s article I want to talk to you about chronic renal failure; what it is, what causes it, the best blood tests, and a whole lot more. However, today I want to do something a little different, I want to break it down in to an A to Z guide so you can quickly reference the major key topics – so in that way you have a valuable resource to refer back to in the future. Interesting… Chronic renal failure is an interesting condition, it affects 2 out of every 1,000 people in the United States; 11% of all deaths in Australia are due to, or associated with, renal failure; 20 to 30 percent of people with diabetes will develop kidney disease; 1 in 9 adults have a minimum of one renal failure sign or symptom; it is one the quickest growing diseases in the world… yet it is still largely not a condition that many understand, or have been appropriately informed about. Definition: The Ultimate A-Z Guide To Chronic Renal Failure

The Ultimate Winter Bulgur Wheat | Life Currents From Day 6 of my Healthy Eating Cleanse, I bring you The Ultimate Winter Bulgur Wheat. This one was delicious! And, I’d eat this even if I wasn’t on this cleanse. Bulgur is a natural whole grain rich in fiber, “B” vitamins, iron, and other nutrients. Take a look at all the days, recipes, and reviews here. The Ultimate Winter Bulgur Wheat Adapted from Bon Appetit Serves 4 394 calories 66 g 0 g 10 g 13 g 1 g 256 g 365 g 9 g 8 g Nutrition Facts Amount Per Serving Calories 394 Calories from Fat 91 Trans Fat 0g Polyunsaturated Fat 2g Monounsaturated Fat 6g Total Carbohydrates 66g Sugars 9g Protein 13g * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Ingredients Instructions Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Adapted from Adapted from Plenty and Bon Appetit Life Currents

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For the Love of Food: Banana & Seed Granola Bars Even if you don’t live in Seattle, I am sure that you heard about our crazy weather this week. It was impossible not to hear about Seattle’s great “Snowmageddon” storm all over the news. Let me be the first to tell you how grateful that I am the storm is finally over the and city has returned to normal. I live fairly close to my job in downtown Seattle so even with the snow I was still braving the outdoors and public transit all week. I didn’t mind the snow and the cold, but waiting 45 minutes for a bus wasn’t exactly a highlight. By day two of the storm, I learned that I had to carry a snack with me at all times. The only problem with these granola bars (if you even want to call it a problem) is that they are so delicious it will be hard to eat just one. I baked my bars for 20 minutes so the middles were still a bit soft, which was just perfect because I felt like I was eating a seedy banana bread rather than a crunchy granola bar. Banana and Seed Granola Bars Ingredients Instructions

Finding Vegan | Vegan food photos - Vegan Recipes - Vegan Products - StumbleUpon Fat Free Vegan Recipes Cranberry Apple-Cinnamon Quinoa I don’t usually write about my personal life on my blog, but today marks a bit of a personal milestone that I wanted to share – it's my one year anniversary of being vegetarian! I had already considered myself a 'flexitarian' for awhile, but one year ago today marks the official day that I made the decision to stop eating meat completely....and I’m happy to say that I haven’t looked back since! I thought it would be difficult to give up some of my favourite fish or chicken meals, but honestly I haven’t ever craved them. It's funny to think that just one year ago, I had never even tried certain foods like quinoa - and now it's one of my favourite things to make! The recipe comes from a great blog, Daily Garnish. Cranberry Apple-Cinnamon Quinoa Slightly Adapted from Daily Garnish 1 cup dry red quinoa 1 cinnamon stick 3/4 cup orange juice 1 cup water 1/3 cup dried cranberries 1/3 cup pumpkin seeds 1 medium apple, diced Additional cinnamon for sprinkling Makes 3-4 servings.