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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 Dreena Burton

This recipe is one of my favorites.  It’s much like a ratatouille, but using chickpeas instead of the traditional eggplant and zucchini, and an original spice combination. The result is a dish with a complexity of flavors and the bonus of minimal preparation!

 

 

Editor's Note: I can't tell you how often I make this dish. I've even played with it and made it in a crock pot (slow cooker) overnight.

 

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Editor's Note: As we transition from spring to summer there are all kinds of things popping up at the farmer's market that look delish. As I start to break out all of my summer recipes I think I will be adding this squash soup with basil to them.

 

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Adapted by Andrea D’Amore,

I know what you are thinking... another veggie burger recipe?!?! Well this one struck me as something I hadn't tried before and I had to share it once I made them. This recipe has one of the most appealing textures of any food I've had in a while and a great hearty, nutty flavor to them. Almonds happen to be an excellent source of magnesium and calcium, bet even more by serving these patties on top of a bed of fresh spinach...

 

Editor's Note from Andrea D'Amore: I know what you are thinking... another veggie burger recipe?!?! Well this one struck me as something I hadn't tried before and I had to share it once I made them. This recipe has one of the most appealing textures of any food I've had in a while and a great hearty, nutty flavor to them. Almonds happen to be an excellent source of magnesium and calcium, bet even more by serving these patties on top of a bed of fresh spinach.

 

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by Sue Ann Gleason

Yesterday I decided to play with my chocolate for breakfast smoothie. I think I shocked a few of my fans when I posted this photo on my fan page. But seriously? It’s a delicious way to go green. If you’re new to my chocolate for breakfast world, I’m a self-professed chocolate aficionado...

 

Editor's Note: I LOVE my breakfast smoothies and I'm totally going to have to add this one to my repertoire. How can you go wrong when you start your day with chocolate? But don't let the recipe fool you - it's super- nutritious too!

 

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Editor’s Note by Sheila Fields: I have been thinking spring all through this long, dreary New York winter and what could be more spring like than fresh, organic asparagus! Zesty ginger and the spices add a little warmth to the recipe. Asparagus is an alkaline food...

 

 

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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 Andrea D’Amore

With so much basil in my herb garden I’m giving it away in handfulls and a farmer’s market that is blowing up with the flavors of summer I spent the other night getting creative in my kitchen. The end result, although a tad richer than some of my culinary experiments, was so wonderful I couldn’t keep this creation to myself, so here you are, a recipe full of whole, delicious foods, phytochemicals, nutrients, vitamins and so on...

 

 

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by Kelly Robinson

We started our organic garden in early May. This being the fourth year I’ve tried a small raised-bed garden, you’d think that I’d have it down, but each new season brings new challenges. This year we’ve had 14 days at 90 degrees and above and certain plants have just dried up no matter how diligently we water. One thing that has thrived is two lovely rows of hot peppers. Peppers add great taste to favorite dishes. You might not know that in addition to adding a little spice to your life, organic peppers are superior healing agents and promote good health...

 

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by Sharon McRae

From Natalie Duhamel: Sharon, a fellow graduate from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, sent me this fabulous-looking recipe for pizza hummus. So if your family balks at the idea of hummus, try this delicious twist...

 

 

 

 

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Editor's Note: Avocado is a great source of healthy fats! Check out this video from Nathalie Lussier, also known as the Raw Foods Witch!

 

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by Cathy Walthers

If you belong to a local farm CSA, you need at least 1 good beet soup to help use up your beets. This soup makes a wonderful first impression because of its gorgeous color – a great first course for a special occasion such as the holidays. After people comment on the color, they rave about the taste and meld of subtle flavors. For a final touch, swirl a bit of cream in each bowl and garnish with a mint sprig...

 

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by Jessica Kellner
Cross-posted from www.Care2.com

I love bruschetta. Toasted bread with a savory topping amounts to the perfect snack in my opinion. Serve up this sophisticated appetizer for finger food with flair...

 

Editor's Note: I know that we aren't quite into pepper season, but as I said before I want to give everyone a few ideas on yummy, healthy things to add to your traditional spring and summer get together recipes.

 

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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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