We’ve started taking Molly to Dr. Palmquist, a holistic veterinarian who practices both Western and Eastern medicine. One of the foods he recommended for her healing is bone broth, telling me: “There some magic stuff in those bones.” I’m inclined to agree.
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This avocado cucumber soup is a wonderful anti-inflammatory recipe due to all the phytonutrients in the avocado. You also have natural fiber, vitamins A, B, C and K with more phytonutrients and antioxidants from cilantro and mint. And if none of that excites you, dig in anyway, because it’s a really tasty, refreshing soup!
To avoid the picky eater trap, I realized I had to do more than just feed my daughter different sorts of tasty and healthy foods. I had to involve her in food by cooking together, shopping for food together and more.
Carrie Vitt spent nine months going from doctor to doctor without anyone really listening to her or running tests. She finally found a doctor who listened, ran the required tests and in the spring of 2009 diagnosed her with an autoimmune disease called Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.
Menu planning and cooking healthy, unprocessed foods should be fun, relaxed and involve the whole family – and this three-bean sweet potato chili is one of our family’s favorite recipes.
This butternut squash and chickpea soup is completely unprocessed, seasonal, vegan, and super simple to make. It’s perfect for a chilly autumn afternoon; the soup will fill your house with a warm and spicy aroma.
When I recently interviewed a group of octogenarians, they all mentioned that “from-scratch” cooking while they were young was just called, uh, cooking. And involving children in preparing food is a contributing factor in sticking to a healthy diet.
My grandmother used to say, “If you can boil water, you can make soup.” She never grasped the concept of soup in cans. For her, soup was what one did when the garden delivered too many tomatoes or carrots at once, or one employed the remnants from the crisper drawer after a solid cleaning.