Pink is pretty. It’s also full of anti-oxidant phytochemicals that are just plain old GOOD for you. This smoothie is loaded with raspberries, and berries are some of the highest antioxidant foods on Earth. Peaches are a very high-nutrition-density food, so are the almonds in this smoothie. This smoothie will make you smile. Check out the recipe.
Are you a smoothie lover who makes the same 4 or 5 smoothies over and over again? I have started a new feature to share my favorite smoothy recipes. Smoothies are an integral part of the Eat to Live food program. You can pack a lot of nutritional goodness in one tall glass. Check in on Saturday mornings for a new smoothie inspiration every weekend.
Check out this souper-delicious and healthier version of African Peanut Stew. It hits the spot on a chilly winter night, or in spring or fall. You can leave out the small amount of chicken meat in this recipe, if you want to make a vegetarian/vegan version. Yummm!
This delicious and healthy spring salad emphasizes Dr. Joel Fuhrman’s Eat-to-Live superfoods: beans, brussels sprouts, onion, tomatoes, mushrooms, peppers and asparagus. Make enough of the basic salad mix for several meals. It keeps well. When you are ready to serve the salad, put two heaping cups of the basic salad on a large bed of fresh spinach, then add toppings and dressing. Yummm!
Back in 1975, on the third class buses from the Mexican border south to Guatemala, we drank bottled water, cerveza or coke, ate our traveler’s bread (as I have come to remember it) and hardly anything else. Here is a recipe I recreated from memory, for another visit to Mexico later this week. I hope you try it and love it as much as I do.
It’s getting close to that time of year when we do a fruit fast for both health and spiritual reasons. We’re not actually fasting on just fruit this year, but I have been wanting to add more fruit to our daily diets, and make healthier breakfasts and lunches. So, I invented my own dairy-free green smoothie for lunch today.