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 Natalie Duhamel, HHC, PTS, AKC

If you’re in a hurry for dinner, here’s a quick pesto recipe that you can throw over some pasta. Please, make it whole wheat or flax or something-not-white pasta. And put a nice salad on the side for bonus points...

 

Editor's Note: When I'm in a hurry for dinner, I whip up this pesto while I am cooking whole-wheat, multi-grain or brown rice pasta. It's super fast, and incredibly delicious.

 

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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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by Karen Knowler

There is quite the controversy when it comes to dairy. Some swear by it for a source of calcium, vitamin D and minerals and others will tell you to stay as far away from it as you can. Further still, some people are terribly intolerant to and allergic to milk and dairy. Regardless of your stance, this is a fabulous alternative to dairy ice cream....

 

 

 

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by Marika Blossfeldt, HHC, AADP

This is the first bean soup I ever made. I had eaten bean, pea or lentil soups before, but I had never actually cooked one myself. It seemed to be a big deal to soak the beans and then cook them. But one day I got inspired and decided to give it a try...

 

 

 

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by Kristin Wartman

Even though Spring is just around the corner, here in New York we’re still having our fair share of chilly weather. Last Wednesday, after a nearly 60˚ day, the temperature struggled to reach 30˚ and all I could think of was soup. I’ve been making a variation of this soup all winter since cabbage and potatoes are some of the only vegetables we can get locally...

 

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Note: Natural foods chef Andrea Beaman shares a quick and nutritious squash and carrot soup recipe filled with beta carotene.

 

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by Prima Sarkis Demirdjian

From Natalie Duhamel: I personally know the healing power of oregano. In fact, oil of oregano is the first thing I  each for in my natural healing cabinet at the first sign of a scratchy throat or sniffly nose. So what could be better than fresh, fragrant oregano? This sounds like a delicious and healing side dish. Prima tells me this is a great side for a meat main course. I suspect it might also be great next to some chickpea or lentil cutlets...

 

 

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by Cheryl Tallman

A simple way to begin introducing Thai flavor to your baby is by adding coconut milk in homemade baby food. As with any new food, follow the "one at time" rule - and introduce just one new food over a 2-3 day period. This will help you identify a culprit food in the event of an allergic reaction...

 

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by Marika Blossfeldt, HHC, AADP

A light summer meal – prepare it when zucchinis and tomatoes are in season...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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by Debbie Zambetti,

This is a great way to use up left-over brown rice. However, if you don't make big batches of brown rice to eat throughout a week, then, clearly, cooking the rice should be the first step in this meal...

 

 

 

 

 

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by Kelly Robinson

The magical cauldron of hot soups, broths and stocks on a cold night – and chicken soup (or miso) to “cure what ails you” – is what most of us have in our minds when we think of soups. But when it is 90 degrees in the shade, a cold soup might be just the healing choice. The healing value of soup includes weight loss – statistics show that if you eat a bowl of soup at least once a day you are more likely to lose more weight than those who eat the same amount of calories but don’t eat soup – and detoxification, as a liquid, soup is already helping you flush waste from your body. It also helps replenish your body with essential minerals. With the fruits and vegetables available now at our farmers markets and in our gardens, why not try a few super cool soups?...

 

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by Marc Lesser

I was once preparing kale for a fundraising event in my home — a large pot of kale for about 25 people. A friend who is a chef and cookbook writer walked into my kitchen and asked me what I was preparing. I invited him to taste the kale. He tasted it and really liked it. He asked, “Is this your signature dish?”  Without hesitating, I said “Yes...”

 

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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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