Looking for new ways to cram in more fiber?  Then try this fabulous creamy smoothie! Adding cauliflower to a smoothie might seem odd, but it creates an attractive velvety texture and is a useful way to add more nutrition into your diet. Frozen cauliflower florets work best – but you can also use  frozen riced…

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This salad contains 177 milligrams of magnesium per serving. Ingredients: 1/4 cup walnuts (chopped) 1/4 c Hemp Seeds 2 Tbsp Olive oil 1 Tbsp Nutritional Yeast or Parmesan cheese 2 Tbsp Lemon (juiced) 1 Garlic (clove, peeled) 6 cups Kale Leaves (chopped) 2 cups Garbanzo Beans (cooked) Sea Salt & Black Pepper (to taste) Instructions:…

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With its mix of textures, flavors and bright colors, this hearty salad will brighten up your mood. If you’ve got vegans in the crowd, make extra so they can have this as a main! Serves 4 Ingredients: 1 bunch kale chopped (steam removed) 1/2 red onion diced 1/2 large sweet potato peeled and cut in…

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Cabbage – Cabbage has a multitude of health benefits, from strengthening immune systems and improving digestion to killing bacteria and fighting cancer. This cabbage soup recipe is full of high immunity vegetables. It has been a Godsend around our house this last week with all the gunk going around! Leafy Greens – such as spinach, kale…

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In addition to antioxidants, this smoothie bowl is loaded with blood-pressure lowering potassium, vitamin C, fiber  and dietary nitrate. Enjoy! Serves 1 1 cup kale ½ cup berries (your favorite kind) ½ cup beets, raw, diced ½ banana 2 tbsp flax seeds, ground 1 dash cinnamon ½ cup almond milk, unsweetened Instructions: Add all ingredients…

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Guess how many people have high blood pressure? A billion! It’s said to be the “#1 risk factor for death and disability in the world.” If you have high blood pressure, it’s best that you are monitored by your healthcare professional. And if you’re on medication for high blood pressure never change that without speaking…

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Enjoy this guilt-free version of ice cream. Made with only three ingredients, it’s a snap to prepare. Serves 2 2 bananas, chopped and frozen 1 tbsp cocoa powder, unsweetened 2 tbsp almond butter, unsweetened Instructions 1 – Add chopped frozen bananas to a food processor. Pulse or lightly blend until almost smooth. 2 – Add…

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These easy pumpkin muffins are a great grab and go breakfast any time of year! Unlike most baked goods, they are made with real pumpkin, and they make a delicious and low sugar treat with plenty of protein, fiber, and healthy fats. Servings: 6, calories per muffin: 190, 7 gm protein, 2 gm sugar, 3.2…

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This easy baked cinnamon apples recipe – only seven ingredients needed with minimal prep! Serve over pancakes, oatmeal or enjoy as is with a scoop of yogurt! Serves 4 2 apples, thinly sliced 1 tbsp coconut oil ½ tsp ground cinnamon ⅛ tsp sea salt ¼ tsp vanilla extract 1/4 c pecans Place sliced apples…

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Coconut oil has grown in popularity in recent years, among claims that it can do everything from supporting weight loss to slowing the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. But what exactly is it about coconut oil that makes it healthy? And which type is best? Let’s dive into some of the fascinating research and find out.…

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