Recipe: Spicy Baked Chickpeas

spicy baked chickpeas

Yes, you’ll be craving chickpeas! This recipe makes a super easy, fiber-rich, and healthy snack that can also be used as a gluten free garnish for salads in place of croutons. Besides being an excellent vegan…

Recipe: Grilled Vegetables with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Create a masterpiece collage by combining the best of summer vegetables and an array of colors. When we eat a rainbow we are benefitting from the super antioxidant and cell protective power of phytochemicals. Every color in our plant foods has a different gift, a different function in our cells.

Recipe: Roasted Garlic Yogurt Dip

Roasted Garlic Yogurt Dip is quick and easy and can be enjoyed with chips and fresh or cooked  vegetables or as a topping for fish or chicken.  Garlic is protective to the heart and blood…

Recipe: Crunchy Fennel Chips

Fennel Bulbs are full of  flavor and rich in fiber.  Fennel provides  cell protective flavonols and antioxidants and are a great source of potassium as well as small amounts of  iron, selenium, calcium and magnesium,…

Recipe: Endive Stuffed with White Beans, Sardines and Orange Slices

This is the most amazing, nutritious simple, easy to prepare appetizer. The delicate bitter crispness of the endive contrasts with the smooth texture of the beans and the sharp tangy sweet orange slices and zest. The sardines are a rich source of both protein and healthy omega 3 fatty acids so important for normal inflammation control and healthy cells. These omega 3 oils also support an anti-cancer environment.

Recipe: White Bean Dip | 10 Minutes to Healthy Yum

This tasty easy to make bean dip flavored with herbs and spices is a quick and easy vegetarian gluten free super healthy snack filled with protein and fiber from the beans and healthy fats and antioxidants from olive oil along with super antioxidants and cancer fighting heart healthy plant chemicals from parsley and cumin and garlic.

Recipe: Oven Roasted Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts are miniature and very tender cabbages. All members of the cabbage family are rich in sulphoraphanes, phytochemicals that promote detoification of environmental chemicals and hormones such as estrogens. Sulphorphanes also support normal inflammation control as well as contributing cell protective anti-oxidant activity. Here is a basic easy to prepare recipe with some very tasty variations!!!