Cranberries should not be the star only during Thanksgiving with all the warm fuzzy feelings of the holiday season. That’s because they easily live up to their title as a superfood. Cranberries are packed full of antioxidants and are extremely low in calories. They also contain excellent amounts of vitamins A, C, and K. Regular consumption of cranberries are shown to prevent a wide range of diseases like recurring urinary tract infections and so much more.
I really wanted to design a smoothie recipe that will allow me to take advantage of all the great fall flavors and nutrition. Some of the things that come to mind – sweet potato, pumpkin, apples, ginger, and cinnamon. Very warm flavors that are also guaranteed to provide me with a lot of fall nutrition. Make use of this recipe to try out some sunflower seed butter and see if you like it.
‘Golden Milk’ has been getting enormous popularity these days — and for good reason! There are many healing ingredients used in this Golden Milk Recipe. However, the star ingredient is turmeric, which gives this popular beverage its ultra-healing benefits and its bright golden color. Most everyone can benefit from using turmeric in recipes and its an easy and effective way to fit in this ‘golden gem.’ The health-promoting effects are vast and worthy of all the merits!
This gluten-free oatmeal cookie recipe is a real departure from sugary cookies and unhealthy ingredients. Any unwanted guilt vanishes with the fewer carbs and calories. The smaller bites also provide built-in portion control. This cookie recipe makes a great holiday strategy to keep a trim waistline. Most importantly, each ingredient is laden with antioxidants to stay healthy.
Cacao contains a rich supply of antioxidants, fiber, and minerals, especially magnesium. Cacao provides two amino acids, called tryptophan and serotonin, which are the feel-good brain transmitters. If eating chocolate, being healthy and indulging in a guiltless treat is a new concept to you, rejoice and share the great news!
Almond flour is a healthy alternative to a gluten-free diet and is low in carbohydrates, high in fiber and provides a high source of protein. Almond flour is not the same as almond meal. Almond meal is made by grinding almonds with their skins, making it much coarser than almond flour.
No reason to count the calories! This guiltless recipe has bountiful health benefits while helping to improve your memory, improve heart health, balance blood sugar metabolism, improve weight loss, control food cravings, boost your immunity and is a natural mood elevator and anti-depressant.
This quick and easy recipe makes a wonderful tasty breakfast that you can prepare in advance or take on the go. You can also use chia seeds in recipes for your breakfast, snack or even dessert.