Dinner… but Healthy!

Healthy Dinner Recipes

This article is shared with permission from our friends at blog.paleohacks.com. Whenever I make something, I think to myself, “I could put bacon in that,” because bacon gives everything (even ice cream) a decadent, savory touch. Following that thought, this Tahini Bacon Zoodles recipe was born. This creamy tahini sauce with bits of…

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This Avocado Basil Pesto is vegan and popping with flavor!  The Avocado gives it a nice creamy base, but doesn’t take away from that rich basil flavor you know and love.  Try this as a dairy-free pesto on just about any pasta cooked or raw.  You can also use it…

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This Lentil and Bean Chili (Vegan, Gluten-free) recipe below is especially beneficial for those of us who are suffering from digestive problems like IBS or constipation. Though you may feel embarrassed about having such a condition, many of us have problems passing stools or regulating stools. This is why we have provide you…

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This article is shared with permission from our friends at kaynutrition.com. A simple and warming one pan dinner that can feed the whole family. Loaded with sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms and Italian herbs it’s full of flavour, and the addition of the white beans make it filling without the extra starchy calories….

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By Ricky Elmer Brussel sprouts are an amazing cruciferous vegetable that you should know about if you don’t already. They hold many health benefits from antioxidant properties to cancer prevention and they also taste great! Health Benefits of Brussel Sprouts: Antioxidant Support – They contain many vitamin antioxidants such as vitamins…

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What’s a One Pan Dinner? You probably guessed from its name, but one pan dinners are meals made by baking or broiling all the ingredients on just one baking sheet altogether. It’s a similar concept to slow-cooker meals and one-pot dinners in that the food preparation is really straightforward, but…

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Although inflammation is a necessary part of your immune response to real health threats, when it occurs out of context, it does a lot more harm than good. Inflammation and Chronic Disease Research has shown that unchecked inflammation in the body is associated with even the earliest stages of disease…

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What’s the Deal with Heavy Metals? Heavy metals are a type of metal that have a high density (at the molecular level), and are toxic and/or poisonous for human beings, even in low concentrations. Some of the most well-known examples are mercury, aluminum, and lead. Of course, these are well-known…

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Not all fats are created equal. Fat tends to come with a negative connotation. We cut it off our steak, reach for low-fat options or try to steer clear of foods that contain any fat altogether. It is true that eating too much fat can raise our cholesterol levels and…

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Here at Healthy Holistic Living, we search the web for great health content to share with you. this article is shared with permission from our friends at drfranklipman.com. By Be Well Health Coach Laura Kraber Healthy Food Swaps Sugary and/or high starch foods are ubiquitous in our culture but that…

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