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by Rachel Assuncao

First, quinoa, is incredibly nutritious! It’s a great vegetarian source of protein, and it includes all of the essential amino acids. And in recipes (even cookie recipes) it functions well as a substitute for things that contain wheat, like cous cous. It also provides high levels or magnesium, manganese, selenium, folate and B6...



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by Matt Frazier

These bars are wonderful. As someone who tries very hard to stay away from processed/packaged foods, but yet is always on the go, these are a great alternative to some vending machine snack or worse fast food. They also are much cheaper to make than buying high end, expensive and organic protein bars, which was a habit I needed to break for the sake of my wallet...



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by JoAnne Romanelli

1 cup quinoa, rinsed
2 chopped cucumbers
4 scallions...


Editor's Note from Natalie Duhamel: Quinoa is a great, high-protein, gluten-free substitute for bulgur wheat in this traditional Middle Eastern salad.



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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: People may not be aware of how several of the modern day diet and lifestyle choices such as "Gluten-Free" and Veganism parallel that of Ayurveda. One of the most nourishing and gut healing recipes in Ayurveda is that of kitchari. Kitchari is naturally gluten-free, as its ingredients include split yellow mung dal and basmati rice. In these modern times though, people have adapted and expanded recipes such as kitchari to include other gluten free grains and dal and omit or replace ghee with oils.



by Ricki Heller, PhD, RHN

Quinoa, like most complex carbohydrates, is a nutritional powerhouse.  Besides offering the highest protein content of any grain, this gluten-free gem also provides a nearly complete protein, as it is, unlike other grains, high in the amino acid lysine. (One reason why vegetarians are advised to combine grains with legumes, or grains with nuts/seeds, is to achieve a “complete” combination of all nine essential amino acids...


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Editor's Note: Quinoa is great for the 'non meat eater" it is a great source of protein. Calcium,Folate and Copper are other nutrients in Quinoa. Throw in the Sweet potato and you have a really nutrient filled meal! Sweet potato's is a great sweet replacement for my clients.


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Editor's Note from Julie Cerrato: I had the unique opportunity to share the wisdom of Ayurvedic cooking on Veria Living TV! Talking with experts about the shad rasas (6 tastes) and balancing each meal to be satiating to the digestive system was an amazing chance to bring Ayurveda to the masses. Please check out my segments with a delicious recipe for quinoa salad using Ayurvedic nutrition principles and SHARE it with everyone! Namaste




by Rebecca Frye
This is a delicious and satisfying grain salad, packed with nutrients from the deep green kale, and fresh brussel sprouts, as well as a great source of protein and essential amino acids from the quinoa...






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