This recipe can be made up surprisingly quickly since you just have to get the grains started and add the rest of the spices and ingredients while it’s cooking. The more you make it, the easier it gets! Especially since you’ll find the combination of spices, fruit, nuts & seeds that tastes good to you (and as always… feel free to mix it up and experiment as you see fit).
You can easily double this recipe so you can enjoy half of the smoothie for breakfast, and save the other half for lunch or a mid-afternoon snack. The avocado and almond butter give this smoothie a nice creamy texture, in addition to adding healthy fats and protein to help stabilize blood sugars and reduce sugar cravings.
This is a classic version of hummus with our secret ingredient added – ground cumin (try grinding your own ground cumin from cumin seeds – delicious!). The cumin really adds flavour and depth to the hummus. For a thicker version of the recipe, use less water and for a thinner version, add a bit more water – just be sure to add it in small amounts so your hummus doesn’t turn out to be too runny, because it will thicken up when stored in the fridge.
FLAX FISH Battered fish is tasty, but is often high in fat & carbohydrates, and contains gluten. This recipe is a great substitute, for those looking for a healthier version of battered fish. The light sesame oil has a high smoke point, so is safe for frying, and by using ground flax seeds as your…
Fruits & veggies with vibrant colours have some of the worlds most healthy nutrients in them. Taste the rainbow of colourful fruits and veggies… if you see something interesting at the market that is a beautiful colour you haven’t tried before, pick it up and give it a taste!
Choose organic veggies & fruits as much as possible… especially ones with high pesticide load such as apples, celery and peppers. Check out the latest recommendations of which fruits and veggies have the highest toxin load, and which are clean.
The Liver is the most important detoxification organ in the body. However, after years of being overworked and underpaid, it may start to become sluggish. Incorporating these simple foods will help keep the liver from going on strike when you need it most!