Raw Foods

 

 

Raw Tabouli salad 

Print Friendly 

Description:
It is simply YUM, fresh, super easy, and wait until you hear of the benefits!
PARSLEY: This herb has so many health benefits. Parsley is rich in the beauty Vitamins A and C, folic acid, and has flavonoids that act as antioxidants- which put the kibosh on free radicals creating damage to the cells. Parsley is also very high in iron, and the high vitamin C content assists the absorption of iron. It is a blood purifier and helps to kill bacteria in the body. Parsley is an excellent digestion restorative remedy. It improves the digestion of proteins and fats, and because of its high enzyme content, parsley benefits digestive activity and elimination. It also helps cleanse the liver of toxins and rejuvenates it.
If that weren’t enough, parsley is also high in B12, chlorophyll and essential fatty acids- and helps balance hormones in women! Now I bet you think of parsley as more than that a dinky garnish you push to the side of your plate.


Ingredients:
1 bunch cilantro
1 bunch parsley
2 scallions (green onions)
½ pint cherry tomatoes
1 Tbsp agave syrup
1 avocado (diced)
1 cup raw almonds (soaked or un-soaked)
1 lemon juiced
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 tsp salt


Directions:
Take cilantro and parsley leaves off of stems and rinse and spin dry.

Chop and add green onions, tomatoes and avocado.

Food process almonds until fine. Add to vegetables.

In small bowl mix lemon juice, oil, salt and agave and pour over vegetables and mix.


Special Diet: Vegetarian, Low Sodium, Low Fat, High Protein, High Fibre, Low Calorie, Diabetic - Low Carb


Category: Raw Foods

Submitted By: OK In Health



Previous 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Next
Connect with Us
facebook    twitter

Maria's Ireland Sacred Tours


Wellness Tip
Dried fruit
Looking for a convenient way to eat 5 fruits and vegetables a day? Consider keeping dried fruit on hand for a quick and healthy snack. Our registered dietitian recommends dried figs, apricots, raisins, plums, blueberries, peaches, pears, or dates along with plenty of water. Dried fruit contains more nutrients and calories than an equal amount of whole fruit. A golf ball sized portion counts as 1 fruit serving. No washing, peeling, or slicing required!


Maria's Ireland Sacred Tours


Wellness Directory
Shuswap Float & Wellness Ltd
Specialty: Hydrotherapy (Water Therapy)
Floatation Therapy, Halotherapy, NeuroSpa energizing chairs, Raynor Relaxation Eldercare and Aromatherapy Massage, Reiki, Access Consciousness Bars, Sound Essence Energy Mist therapy in Salmon Arm, BC
View Details


Ferlow botanicals - natural products


Event
Holistic Market & Psychic Fair
Date: Nov 10, 2019
Location: Kelowna & Central Okanagan
The Holistic Market brings together healing arts practitioners, artists, holistic vendors & speakers in Kelowna every month. Market dates are Sundays 11-4
View Details


Kelowna Wellness Fair 2019


Article
Scientists Say That Travelling Makes Us Much Happier Than Any Material Wealth
Dr. Gilovich says, your experience is a bigger part of yourself than your material goods. You may actually like your purchases and you may even go to the extent of thinking that a part of you is connected to that stuff; however, they are separate from your identity. On the other hand, your travel experiences are part of who you are. Your richest and most cherished memories are....
Full Article


Penticton Wellness Fair 2019


Recipe
BRUSSELS SPROUTS GRATIN (Gluten Free / 3 points)
Category: Side Dishes
Description: Brussels Sprouts Gratin are the perfect Holiday side dish! The brussels sprouts are roasted until crisp, then topped with a light cheese sauce made with Gruyere and Parmesan, and baked until brown and bubbling. If you are as obsessed with brussels sprouts as I am, you’ll love these.
This recipe can be made the night before and heated on the day.
Brussels sprouts are available year round; however, they are at their best from autumn through early spring when they are at the peak of their growing season.
Plant phytonutrients found in Brussels sprouts enhance the activity of the body's natural defense systems to protect against disease, including cancer. Brussels sprouts are rich in many valuable nutrients. They are an excellent source of vitamin C and vitamin K. They are a very good source of numerous nutrients including folate, manganese, vitamin B6, dietary fiber, choline, copper, vitamin B1, potassium, phosphorus and omega-3 fatty acids.
Full Recipe


Penticton Wellness Fair 2019