Cleanse Program

Fresh Fava Beans with Garlic Butter

Sure to be a Fava-rite! Fava beans, otherwise known as broad beans, are one of the oldest cultivated members of the legume family.  The furry pods carry the large “pea” which are harvested through late spring into the fall. High in fiber, plant protein and essential vitamins and minerals, these beans are a novelty through… Continue Reading Fresh Fava Beans with Garlic Butter

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Refreshing Apple Turnip Slaw

When the heat turns-up, cool down with this refreshing summer salad! Turnips aren’t often considered when it comes to adding more veg to your diet but they are one of my fave root veggies and I love them raw! They grow super easy and fast in a home garden and are easy to find at… Continue Reading Refreshing Apple Turnip Slaw

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Roasted Almond and Argula Pesto

Thinking outside the pesto box Hear that eating arugula is good for you but don’t know how to use it? This delightful and  flavourful pesto steps away from the traditional basil pesto and, instead, uses fresh arugula along with roasted almonds. Kick it up a notch with a fresh jalapeño and slather this on your… Continue Reading Roasted Almond and Argula Pesto

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Kale hater Saute

You, too, can be a kale convert! Even the kale haters will be left speechless as they take another bite of this simple but game changing kale sauté recipe. Isn’t it all about the sauce? Kale is one of the best plant foods out there and getting it into your diet on a regular basis… Continue Reading Kale hater Saute

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Easy Oven Baked Kale Chips

Move over potato chips, the King of the kids is here! It’s true, kale is an amazing leafy green that deserves its reputation. It can be difficult to get as much of these super foods into our diet as we would like so it may take some creativity! This recipe is especially great as it… Continue Reading Easy Oven Baked Kale Chips

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Kale – the Queen of the Greens

Mama says eat your greens! Kale is a super star in the plant world that has had a resurgence of popularity over the last few years. Diet fads can come and go and so called “super foods” with them. When it comes to kale, it is the real deal! If there is any vegetable to… Continue Reading Kale – the Queen of the Greens

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Make Your Own Bone Broth

Waste not want not! Making your own bone broth is a little time consuming but very easy to do. Simmering down veggie scraps and bones instead of discarding them into the compost or garbage is a great way to get the most out of your food. Bone broth has been touted to be rich in… Continue Reading Make Your Own Bone Broth

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Immune Support Lemon Chicken Soup (Vegetarian Option)

Pucker up with this zesty lemon broth and show those bugs who’s boss! I decided I better create a super soup that brings together some of the immune boosting properties I shared in my post about Revving Up Your Immune System This Cold and Flu Season With These Top Tips. This soup brings together pre-biotic… Continue Reading Immune Support Lemon Chicken Soup (Vegetarian Option)

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DYI Immune Boosting Tea Blend

Brew to ward off the flu! Make your own easy to prepare DYI immune booster infusion with a few simple herbs from the apothecary. I love to take a trip to our downtown bulk herb store to get what I need. The last time we were in the herb store I commented to my husband… Continue Reading DYI Immune Boosting Tea Blend

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Carrot, Parsnip and Dill Soup

It’s dill-icious! Packed with beta-carotene and simple flavors, this soup is quick and easy and makes a great weeknight meal. Serve it up with these Savory herb and Cheese Drop Biscuits with Oat Flour or this! Jalapeño and Cheese Cornbread. Ingredients: Directions: Want more soup recipes? Creamy Butternut Squash Soup with Fresh Turmeric and Ginger… Continue Reading Carrot, Parsnip and Dill Soup

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Inner Vision Health and Wellness Karyn Lawson RMT INHC