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Articles by Julie Daniluk, R.H.N.

To ensure healthy and optimal digestion, we must support our digestive ‘fire’, says Julie Daniluk

Stoke Your Digestive Fire to Boost Your Energy and Clear Inflammation

12:14 am February 4, 2017

As the raw food movement gains enthusiasts worldwide, you will often hear them say that raw food is best for health because it is highest in nutrients. Technically, this is correct because raw food is higher in enzymes and vitamins than processed... Read more »

Beet the Scale Borscht

Beet the Scale Borscht

1:19 pm Nov 2, 2015

This simple, low-calorie vegetable borscht showcases the flavour and colour of beets and red cabbage with a backdrop of fresh dill. Phytonutrients known as anthocyanins are what give beets and red cabbages their deep magenta colour. These nutrients...

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Kasha Crepes

Kasha Crepes

1:07 pm Nov 2, 2015

In North America, buckwheat kernels, or buckwheat groats, are often called kasha. Despite the name, this is actually a wheat-free fruit seed that is related to rhubarb. It has many health benefits, one of which is its ability to balance blood sugar,...

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Carob Super Green Squares

Carob Super Green Squares

12:59 pm Nov 2, 2015

I promise you that this nutritious treat tastes like chocolate! Consider doubling the recipe and freezing some. All the minerals are hormone balancing and supportive to your bones. (Makes 30, 1 x 1 inch squares)
Egg-, Soy-, Dairy-, Nut-, and...

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The G8

12:53 pm Nov 2, 2015

Otherwise known as the Group of 8, ‘The G8’ normally refers to the world’s eight wealthiest countries. Here, G8 stands for eight of the nutrition world’s richest sources of anti-inflammatory goodness! This blend is wonderful for hormone...

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Chocolate Chia Raspberry Pudding

Chocolate Chia Raspberry Pudding

4:02 pm Nov 4, 2014

Pudding for breakfast? Sure! This pudding is healthy, nutritious, anti-inflammatory, and a fun way to start the day.

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Green Bean, Apple, and Ginger Salad

Green Bean, Apple, and Ginger Salad

3:54 pm Nov 4, 2014

(Serves 8)
When I made this recipe for my in-laws, my mother-in-law said, “Eating with you is like dining in a restaurant.” The sweet apple, spicy ginger, and fragrant thyme all combine to make a quick and easy delicious dish that will crush...

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Pesto Sweet Potato Casserole

Pesto Sweet Potato Casserole

3:39 pm Nov 4, 2014

Just in time for holiday celebrations, here is a vegetarian casserole that is sure to please all of your guests! The combo of sweet potato, lentil, and pesto is so yummy it might become your new family holiday tradition.

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Crush Your Cravings Pesto

3:27 pm Nov 4, 2014

Here’s a pesto that will please your taste buds while it crushes your cravings! When served with whole grain crackers, this pesto contains all 5 of the suggested appetite suppressants.

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Slimming Thai Fish Soup

2:52 pm Sep 8, 2014

(Serves 4 - 5 people)

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The G8

2:42 pm Sep 8, 2014

Here G8 stands for a group of eight of the ‘nutrition’ world’s wealthiest sources of anti-inflammatory goodness! Make this drink instead of buying a sodium-filled, 8-vegetable concoction from the store. 
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Painted Fruit

Painted Fruit

1:41 pm Sep 8, 2014

This is a fun and delicious way to serve fruit for breakfast. Spirulina is one of nature’s most powerful superfoods. It contains a highly digestible form of complete protein and various minerals that boost the immune system to fight off bacteria...

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Stress Busting Harvest Salad

Stress Busting Harvest Salad

1:31 pm Sep 8, 2014

(Makes 2 large salads)
If you want a true stress-busting salad, this combo will do the trick. The sprouts provide great B vitamins that nourish the nervous system. The red pepper provides exceptional Vitamin C that is important for adrenal health....

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Lemon Vegan Gell-O

3:47 pm Mar 28, 2014

(Makes 10 servings)

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Monster Superfood Breakfast

3:45 pm Mar 28, 2014

While I like to encourage people to start their day with alkalizing vegetables and healthy sources of protein, occasionally we wake up in the mood for something sweet – it happens!  It is important to listen to what your body wants so I just make...

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Skinny Onion Rings

Skinny Onion Rings

3:39 pm Mar 28, 2014

Onions are anti-inflammatory powerhouses, but not when they have been dipped in batter and deep-fried in toxic oil! I have come up with a light and crispy onion ring recipe that preserves all of the goodness of onions. Try using purple onions –...

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Happy Wraps

Happy Wraps

3:30 pm Mar 28, 2014

These extraordinary wraps are perfect fast food when on the run. A great new product to hit the market recently is a wrap made from coconut meat. With each wrap containing just 70 calories, this gluten-free substitute is a great alternative to...

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Roasted Garlic Vinaigrette

3:24 pm Mar 28, 2014

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Healing Salad in a Jar

Healing Salad in a Jar

3:09 pm Mar 28, 2014

(Makes 2 servings)
If you like to take a salad for lunch but don’t have time to prepare it in the morning, I have the solution for you. By using a mason jar and putting the dressing in first, you can make salads the day before. When you are ready...

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Julie’s Garam Masala

1:13 pm Nov 15, 2013

(Makes 1⁄2 cup)

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Gentle Healing Dal

Gentle Healing Dal

12:50 pm Nov 15, 2013

Garam masala is the most aromatic and fragrant of all Indian spice blends. Compared to store-bought garam masala, a fresh homemade spice blend tastes better and has a more potent healing effect. (Makes 6 servings)

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Sweet Potato Mash with Vanilla Bean

Sweet Potato Mash with Vanilla Bean

12:34 pm Nov 15, 2013

This recipe was formulated by the co-host and chef of Healthy Gourmet, Ezra Title http://www.chezvousdining.ca
(Makes 6 servings.)

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Warming Quinoa Porridge

Warming Quinoa Porridge

12:23 pm Nov 15, 2013

This hot cereal takes just a few minutes to prepare and showcases the warming spices cinnamon, cardamom and turmeric.  This combination of healing herbs will soothe the digestive tract, clear inflammation, and warm you from the inside out! (Makes 2...

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Ginger Chai

Ginger Chai

12:06 pm Nov 15, 2013

My all-time favourite fall and winter beverage, this comforting drink is anti-inflammatory and calming without making you drowsy. I recommend it to alleviate brain fog or an upset tummy. (Makes 8 cups)

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Cosmic Blend Salad

Cosmic Blend Salad

1:36 pm Apr 2, 2012

The salad greens are from Kind Organics at the BrickWorks Market here in Toronto. http://www.kindorganics.ca/ 
Cosmic blend is a premium blend of organic baby salad greens, micro-greens, lots of herbs and edible flowers. Description: baby greens...

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Purple Hemp Coleslaw

Purple Hemp Coleslaw

1:09 pm Apr 2, 2012

Look for unpasteurized sauerkraut in your local health food store as the natural process of fermentation creates beneficial probiotic bacteria. The tasty zip in this recipe is from the tangy sour flavour of the sauerkraut.
I love Ambrosia apples...

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Asparagus and Salmon Rolls

1:02 pm Apr 2, 2012

Asparagus is brimming with B-vitamins that energize and protect your heart and brain. It also boasts 5 grams of vegetarian protein, vitamin C, fiber and tissue repairing manganese and iron! Salmon is one of the richest sources of Omega 3 fats, best...

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Ginger, Apple, Green Bean Salad

Ginger, Apple, Green Bean Salad

12:46 pm Apr 2, 2012

Green beans are an excellent source of protein and fibre, vitamins A, B complex, C, and K, and the minerals iron, magnesium, manganese, and potassium. This makes green beans one of the most nutritious foods – like a vegetable multivitamin. Green...

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Spicy Orange Carrot Soup

Spicy Orange Carrot Soup

12:39 pm Apr 2, 2012

To say I am fond of carrots is an understatement. The old saying, ‘I liked it so much I bought the company,’ rings especially true for me – I have been a co-operative member/owner of The Big Carrot Natural Food Market in Toronto for more than...

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Heirloom Tomato Salsa

Heirloom Tomato Salsa

12:34 pm Apr 2, 2012

Store-bought salsa is so soggy and sad. This recipe takes five minutes and pops with sharp, sweet and spicy flavours.
Tip: Heirloom tomatoes are perfect to eat when they yield to slight pressure, but should not feel mushy. And they should not be...

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Strawberry, Red Onion, and Spinach Salad

Strawberry, Red Onion, and Spinach Salad

11:50 am Apr 2, 2012

This is a classic strawberry spinach salad. It is a perfect blend of sweet and sour and savoury. The spinach is one of the richest sources of lutein, which protects your vision. As an antioxidant, lutein protects the macula tissue in your eyes by...

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Lucky 7 Salad

Lucky 7 Salad

3:38 pm Nov 1, 2011

This immune-balancing, sterol-rich salad was created by myself and Ezra Title on Healthy Gourmet. Our TV show brings super nutrition-charged choices dressed up with sin-sational flavours. Check out http://ownca.oprah. com/Shows/Healthy-Gourmet for...

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Pumpkin-Cilantro Pesto

Pumpkin-Cilantro Pesto

3:17 pm Nov 1, 2011

Cilantro is an effective heavy metal detoxifier in addition to providing important phytonutrients and flavonols. It is known as the anti-diabetic herb in Europe, used as an anti-inflammatory in India, and is currently being studied for its potential...

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Lemon Blueberry Tarts

3:13 pm Nov 1, 2011

These amazing tarts are created by Cindy MacMillan, a Holistic Nutritionist who inspires people to a state of optimal health through simple and delicious food ideas. This recipe is teeming with sterols and tastes heavenly.

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Vanilla Sesame Milk

2:56 pm Nov 1, 2011

Sesame is one of the richest sources of plant sterols. Recent studies confirm that raw honey nourishes the nervous system and stimulates immune function. Makes 3 cups of Milk and 1 cup of Sesame paste.

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Broccoli Seaweed Salad

Broccoli Seaweed Salad

1:55 pm Nov 1, 2011

Recent studies at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, have shown that broccoli contains high amounts of the compound sulforaphane, which has anti-cancer, anti-diabetic, and anti-microbial benefits. Take care not...

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Strawberry Endive Boats

10:40 am May 2, 2011

To view the complete “Fabulous Fibre” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/fabulous-fibre/

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Irish Bramble-Rhubarb Crumble

Irish Bramble-Rhubarb Crumble

10:37 am May 2, 2011

To view the complete “Fabulous Fibre” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/fabulous-fibre/

Bramble is an old-fashioned word for raspberries or blackberries. Before the 1600s, oats were the main source of carbs in Ireland, and...

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Red Pepper Lentil Salad

10:34 am May 2, 2011

To view the complete “Fabulous Fibre” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/fabulous-fibre/

This hearty new spin on an old classic makes a great, fast meal and packs well for lunch the next day. Expect steady long-lasting energy...

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Edamame Hummus

10:32 am May 2, 2011

To view the complete “Fabulous Fibre” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/fabulous-fibre/

Popular in Japanese cuisine, edamame are tender young soybeans, still in the pod, and very high in fibre.

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Apple Detox Pie Shake

3:18 pm Apr 29, 2011

To view the complete “Fabulous Fibre” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/fabulous-fibre/

Apples contain calcium D-glucarate, a phytochemical that protects the body against cancer by increasing liver detoxification. Slippery...

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Gazpacho: The Ultimate Cooling Soup

Gazpacho: The Ultimate Cooling Soup

2:09 pm Feb 17, 2011

Tomatoes and cucumber are very cooling, according to Chinese Medicine. When the heat waves strike in July and August, it is wonderful to rely on these natural coolants to help you dispel excess body heat. Serve in shot glasses at your next patio...

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Frozen Local Berry Sorbet

2:08 pm Feb 17, 2011

Blueberries have 87 mg of vitamin C per cup, which tops the list of immune boosters for many reasons. Vitamin C increases the production of infection-fighting white blood cells and antibodies and increases levels of interferon, the antibody that...

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Kale Pesto

Kale Pesto

2:01 pm Feb 17, 2011

Kale, a member of the cabbage family, is a wonderful source of Calcium and Vitamin K. Its greatest asset includes its ability to withstand frost and grow during the early Canadian winter, making it the last local green to disappear from the produce...

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Mint Julep – An alkalizing energy drink

1:26 pm Feb 17, 2011

(Yields two 16 ounce servings)

Mint grows everywhere in Ontario. It is a wonderful carminative herb that soothes the digestive system and eases muscle cramps. Cucumber is a very energetically cooling plant, which is perfect for our screaming hot...

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Liver Cleansing Beetroot Salad

1:24 pm Feb 17, 2011

Beets are a known liver cleanser and a good source of iron that carries oxygen in the blood, helping you to stay energized.

Carrots are rich in beta-carotene that the body converts into vitamin A, the nutrient responsible for encouraging rapid cell...

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Sweet Potato Pie Crust

4:01 pm Feb 15, 2011

This pecan crust recipe adds a huge taste explosion to any pie filling. It is so easy to make and the high cinnamon helps to keep your blood sugar balanced. It really helps to start out with pecans from the freezer, because it helps to prevent the...

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Mom’s Sweet Potato Pie

3:57 pm Feb 15, 2011

This is a staple in our house. As our dietary needs have changed, the ingredients keep getting healthier but the same great flavour comes through because of all the spices!

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African Nut Butter Stew

3:55 pm Feb 15, 2011

This stew is truly a one-pot meal because it is so rich and creamy that it will deeply satisfy. The rice and beans are combined to make a perfect vegetarian protein option.

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Ginger Zucchini Salad

3:51 pm Feb 15, 2011

By slicing the zucchini with a peeler, it becomes so delicate that it soaks up the flavours of the dressing beautifully. The sesame oil and ginger are a super duo for fighting inflammation!

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Teff Breakfast Porridge

3:49 pm Feb 15, 2011

In Africa, people eat a nutritious ancient grain called Teff. This iron-rich alternative to oatmeal is easy to digest, and leaves you feeling satisfied the whole morning. (One big reason we reach for hormone disturbing drinks like coffee is our...

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Fruit Gell-O

11:32 am Feb 11, 2011

This recipe is inspired by my macrobiotic teacher Anna Rosenberg who helped me understand the energetic qualities of food. This is a light dessert that will remind you of your childhood. Agar is a type of clear seaweed that is used as a vegan...

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Garlic Buckwheat Soba Noodles with Cabbage and Pumpkin Seeds

11:29 am Feb 11, 2011

Cabbage contributes nutrients that help prevent carcinogens, which have been broken down by the liver, from regrouping and causing cancer. These nutrients have also been shown to help with the liver’s elimination of chemicals. Soba noodles, made...

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Curried Cauliflower Mousse

11:25 am Feb 11, 2011

Puréed cauliflower is positively decadent. And the spices in this recipe are wonderfully anti-inflammatory!

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Slow-Cooked Swiss Steak

Slow-Cooked Swiss Steak

3:05 pm Feb 8, 2011

This is my mother-in-law’s recipe. She was a busy mom who taught in a classroom all day, so when she arrived home afterwards she knew she could rely on this fast, healthy, no-fuss dinner that all her kids would enjoy. My husband is from the Great...

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Dandelion Salad with Tahini Dressing

Dandelion Salad with Tahini Dressing

2:57 pm Feb 8, 2011

Don’t spray your back yard with pesticides! Collect those free abundant dandelion leaves and make a salad that helps cleanse your liver and kidneys. A common food in Italy, dandelion is crispy, fibrous and only slightly bitter. When you put...

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Warming Quinoa Muesli

2:53 pm Feb 8, 2011

A wonderful alternative to oatmeal, this is a hot cereal that everyone has time to make as rolled quinoa cooks up in just 90 seconds.

(Makes 2 servings)

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Julie’s Gluten-free Strawberry Rhubarb Bumble

1:30 pm Feb 4, 2011

Strawberries are a rich source of phenols called anthocyanins that provide their flush red colour. They serve as potent antioxidants which help prevent oxygen damage in all of the body’s organ systems. The anti-inflammatory properties of...

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Salsa Verde

1:27 pm Feb 4, 2011

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Avocado Puree

1:24 pm Feb 4, 2011

Avocados are an excellent source of glutathione, an important antioxidant in preventing aging, cancer and heart disease. The potassium content and calories of an avocado are three times that of a banana. Other essential minerals are iron and copper...

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Escabeche

1:22 pm Feb 4, 2011

Fennel contains anethole, which is shown to reduce inflammation and help prevent the occurrence of cancer. By shutting down the signaling process of Tumer Necrosis Factor (TNF), the anethole in fennel prevents activation of a potentially strong...

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Ezra’s Wild Salmon with Escabeche of Vegetables, Avocado Puree & Salsa Verde

1:17 pm Feb 4, 2011

Wild salmon is an excellent source of Omega-3 fatty acids, which protects the heart and raises your HDL (“good” cholesterol). Omega-3 is necessary for the function of almost every cell in the body, especially cells of the nervous system, brain,...

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Pickled Wild Leeks

1:13 pm Feb 4, 2011

Leeks reduce total cholesterol and LDL — the “bad” cholesterol. This can be important for preventing atherosclerosis and heart disease. Allium vegetables have also been shown to lower high blood pressure, another risk factor for heart attack...

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Ezra’s Herbed Barley Risotto with Squash Puree, Spring Garlic, Asparagus and Pickled Wild Leeks

1:09 pm Feb 4, 2011

Asparagus is an excellent source of vitamin K, the B vitamin folate, vitamin C and vitamin A. It is a very good source of numerous B vitamins — including vitamin B1, B2, B3 and B6 — as well as dietary fibre, manganese, copper, phosphorus,...

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Kale Chips – Crispy, Not Fried

Kale Chips – Crispy, Not Fried

4:17 pm Jan 26, 2011

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Butternut Squash Puree

4:15 pm Jan 26, 2011

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Lacto-fermented Sauerkraut

4:14 pm Jan 26, 2011

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John Robertson’s Morel and Fiddleheads in Thyme Butter

4:14 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

In Robertson’s words, “This is the most memorable meal I’ve had at the Algonquin...

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Spring Tonic Soup

Spring Tonic Soup

4:11 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

This recipe, adapted from Susun Weed’s book Healing Wise (Ashtree Publishing), is a...

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Sesame Burdock Sauté

Sesame Burdock Sauté

4:06 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

This recipe is from my book Meals That Heal Inflammation. Burdock is one of the most...

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John Robertson’s Sorrel Soup with Sour Cream

John Robertson’s Sorrel Soup with Sour Cream

4:01 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

John Robertson is the executive chef at The Big Carrot Natural Food Market (...

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Burdock Tea

3:59 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

Burdock (also known as Gobo) is a root used in Japanese cooking. Not only does it...

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Julie’s Wilted Dandelion Greens with Dried Blueberries and Pine Nuts

3:56 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Taste of Wild Things” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/a-taste-of-wild-things-foraging-for-the-first-foods-of-spring/

Dandelion greens are amazing for their nutrient-packed goodness and liver/kidney...

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Mango Coco Loco Smoothie

2:52 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

This smoothie is more like a pudding. It is rich and creamy, deeply satisfying,...

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D’s Detox Dream Smoothie

D’s Detox Dream Smoothie

2:50 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

The editor of my book loves to detox with tasty smoothies. This recipe is...

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Detox Lightning Smoothie

2:48 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Carrots, beets, and cucumbers detoxify the liver, gallbladder, and kidneys. Lemon...

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Transit Breakfast Smoothie

2:46 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

When you want a “stick to your ribs” breakfast, but don’t have a lot of...

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Power Station Smoothie

2:43 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

This is my favourite smoothie of all time because it has it all. And in the...

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Blueberry Booster Smoothie

2:41 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Bee pollen is one of nature’s most powerful superfoods. It’s exceptionally...

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Watermelon Pomegranate Chiller Smoothie

Watermelon Pomegranate Chiller Smoothie

2:39 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Some research has shown that watermelon may be an excellent agent for promoting...

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Hippy Hippy Shake Smoothie

2:37 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

This shake is a wonderful celebration of flavours. Tiger nuts have long been...

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Amazon Tour Smoothie

2:35 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” article, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Studies show that anthocyanins found in acai berries can help prevent blood clots,...

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Sprout to Life Smoothie

Sprout to Life Smoothie

2:32 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Sunflower sprouts are rich in B vitamins and essential amino acids.

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Apple Detox Pie Smoothie

2:30 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

Apples contain Calcium D-glucarate, a powerful phytochemical that, according to...

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Maca Pina Colada Smoothie

Maca Pina Colada Smoothie

2:26 pm Jan 18, 2011

To view the entire “Super Summer Smoothies” feature, visit http://vitalitymagazine.com/food-features/super-summer-smoothies-beat-the-heat-with-high-octane-cool-fuel/

This recipe was adapted from the book Fat Wars: 45 Days to Transform Your Body...

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