HEALING RECIPES

What is Healing Recipes? Your guide to healthy eating, bringing you up to date nutritional information along with healthy recipes to give your body the best fuel possible. Eat your way to natural health and healing with natural healing recipes here at All Things Healing. These recipes for healing are easy to make and packed with nutrients essential for the body. Visit us online today!   Most people are under the impression that being healthy is about being thin, which is far from the truth. Being healthy is about taking care of your body and keeping it away from illnesses and diseases. It is about a person’s overall wellness, not just physical, but mental and spiritual as well. Being healthy is important to all of us. In fact, people have been advocating proper diet and eating habits for the last decade. Despite the many recipes for healing out there, a lot of people still suffer from obesity, heart disease, and other illnesses. All Things Healing believe that natural food can help people achieve complete health. We also believe that choosing the right kind of food and the right kind of guidance are key to proper nutrition. And since All Things Healing aim to provide natural health and healing through the use of natural and whole food, we have provided natural healing recipes that are not only delicious, but also nutritious. We have recipes for healing and decreasing high cholesterol levels which can reduce the risk of heart disease in a person. These recipes have whole and natural ingredients that will help your blood circulation and metabolism. We also have videos on how to make our natural healing recipes using organic food that can easily be found in your local farmer’s market. We have recipes and articles on how to use whole foods to decrease the risk of cancer and obesity. Our Recipes for Healing Editor Kelly Robinson will ensure that our videos, articles, and recipes are updated regularly to promote natural health and healing for our mind, body and spirit, the ATH way. Spiritual and Healing Practices: Natural Recipes for Healing Most people are under the impression that being healthy is about being thin, which is far from the truth. Being healthy is about taking care of your body and keeping it away from illnesses and diseases. It is about a person’s overall wellness, not just physical, but mental and spiritual as well. Being healthy is important to all of us. In fact, people have been advocating proper diet and eating habits for the last decade. Despite the many recipes for healing out there, a lot of people still suffer from obesity, heart disease, and other illnesses. All Things Healing believe that natural food can help people achieve complete health. We also believe that choosing the right kind of food and the right kind of guidance are key to proper nutrition. And since All Things Healing aim to provide natural health and healing through the use of natural and whole food, we have provided natural healing recipes that are not only delicious, but also nutritious. We have recipes for healing and decreasing high cholesterol levels which can reduce the risk of heart disease in a person. These recipes have whole and natural ingredients that will help your blood circulation and metabolism. We also have videos on how to make our natural healing recipes using organic food that can easily be found in your local farmer’s market. We have recipes and articles on how to use whole foods to decrease the risk of cancer and obesity. Our Recipes for Healing Editor Kelly Robinson will ensure that our videos, articles, and recipes are updated regularly to promote natural health and healing for our mind, body and spirit, the ATH way.

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by Cathy Walthers

This is one of my personal favorites. Friends often request this quinoa salad and I happily oblige because it’s a snap to make and goes well with everything. The quinoa in this recipe cooks in 15 minutes, and just a simple dressing of lemon juice and olive oil seasons it perfectly...


Quinoa: The Super Grain ~ Quinoa offers 20 different amino acids that your body uses to maintain and repair tissues, including all of the essential amino acids—making it a complete source of protein without the fat and calories found in animal protein.

 

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by Gena Hamshaw, CCN

There was a time not so long ago when I assumed that Caesar salad and I would never meet again. I was a new vegan, and I didn’t know all of the ins and outs, but I did know that eggs and parmesan were not on the menu...

 

Editor's Note: Gena Hamshaw, the force behind Choosing Raw where this recipe originally appeared, is one of the smartest, most articulate vegan bloggers out there...

 

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from Incredibly Easy Vegetarian

Acorn squash is a delicious vegetable high in fiber, beta-carotene, phytonutrients and other antioxidants. There are a million ways to prepare them, but I chose this recipe in particular because it is low in fat and high in fiber and B vitamins and therefore perfect for February, which happens to be heart health awareness month...

 

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by Andrea D’Amore

The onion and mushroom soup recipe is one of my favorites and will be one of your body’s best defenses this cold and flu season.  Mushrooms, especially the Asian varieties like shitake, crimini, etc. all support the immune system with their high zinc content...

 

Editor’s Note: With cold and flu season just around the corner, its time to think about foods that can help us boost our immune system and wipe out the invading bacteria and viruses that are likely to attack this fall and winter...  

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Editor’s Note: This is a really great light soup that makes a great lunch when paired with a salad, or for a heartier meal pair a stir-fry of seasonal vegetables.  The miso here is made from chickpeas and although it is just typically used as a flavoring agent, it has quite a nutrient profile.  It contains a substantial amount of protein in a relatively small amount and because it is fermented with a fungus that can produce vitamin B12, it is one of very few vegan sources of that vitamin. It also provides tryptophan, an amino acid essential for the production of serotonin with in the body, diets high in this amino acid have been associated with lower levels of depression...

 

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by Leslie Cerier ‘The Organic Gourmet’

From Andrea D'Amore: Seasons are changing and this is a wonderful recipe to start using fall’s vegetables. Both beets and Brussels sprouts can be bitter and therefore some people choose to stay away from them, however they both possess unique phytochemicals that should be added to your diet and preparing them this way really cuts the bitter flavor...

 

 

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Editor's Note: I wait for pomegranates ALL YEAR LONG. They are probably in my top three favorite foods of all time and this just looks like a wonderful recipe to add to my ever growing list of foods I try to serve at Thanksgiving to get my family converted to a healthier and cleaner way of eating. Butternut squash is full of beta-carotene and when roasted becomes very savory sweet. I believe that the pomegranates, which are rumored to be the HIGHEST levels of anti-oxidants of all fruits will pair vary nicely with the squash and crisp greens while protecting your heart and brain against disease and cancer. Also full of fiber and vitamin C this dish lends a helping hand to the digestive and immune systems as well.

 

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by Heather Casto

Blueberries are extremely rich in antioxidants. The dark purple pigment in blueberries contain a phytonutrient known as anthocyanin. This helps reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol. Anthocyanin also enhances the vitamin C content of the berry and helps strengthen cardiovascular health, cancer and diabetes among others...

 

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by Marika Blossfeldt, HHC, AADP

I found a brownie recipe on the Institute for Integrative Nutrition website. It called for carob powder. For a chocolate lover like me, that was unacceptable. How can you make a brownie with a chocolate substitute? So I tweaked the recipe to include high-quality chocolate (preferably sweetened with evaporated cane juice) and a pinch of cayenne pepper. Both cacao and cayenne pepper are aphrodisiacs. Cayenne pepper also dilates capillaries and thus allows cacao’s abundant nutrients to reach cells more easily...

 

 

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by Natalie Duhamel, HHC, PTS, AKC

Ever see kale in the supermarket and wonder what the heck to do with it? Here’s a super-simple and ridiculously tasty recipe.

 

Editor's Note: This delicious spicy kale recipe is a regular at my dinner table. It is warming and nutritious!

 

 

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by Marika Blossfeldt, HHC, AADP

A colorful and tasty delight. Swiss chard can have white, pink, red or yellow stems. These are softer than those on kale or collards, and I often include them in my recipes. If blood oranges are unavailable, a regular orange will do...

 

 

 

 

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by Rachel Venokur-Clark, Green Options
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

Minerals are essential for optimum health. Due to the Standard American Diet, many of us are lacking in these vital nutrients. Eating too many processed foods or foods grown in mineral-depleted soils can result in a lack of minerals in the body which can lead to an onslaught of health problems as well as food cravings. Minerals help to regulate a variety of processes in the body including helping to create enzymes, hormones, skeletal bones, skeletal tissues, teeth and fluids.

 

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Kale and Roasted Root Vegetable Soup

by Emily Malone
A gem from the Daily Garnish's Emily Malone, this soup is sure to warm up a cold winter evening and - packed with the protein and fiber double punch of black beans, carotene rich carrots and sweet potatoes, and the king of dark leafy greens, kale - it will give your immune system the essential nutrients to keep strong this season...
 

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