You asked for it. You got it. I put together a quick video showing one day’s worth of whole food, plant-based meals for me.To the post!
That’s right. 3 seconds. No knife. Coconut loving friends, you are going to go nuts when you see how cool this is.To the post! →
I’ve been eating a lot of pomegranates lately because they’re cheap and in season right now.
Every time I mention eating pomegranates on my facebook page, someone asks,
“What’s is the best way to open them?”
So I shot a quick video to show how I deseed a pomegranate fast without water,
and without making a mess. Enjoy!
I’m throwing down the gauntlet with this oatmeal recipe.
Step aside Wheaties, THIS is the Breakfast of Champions.
Block out the flashbacks of being force fed boiled brussels sprouts as a kid.
This an absolutely delicious way to prepare one of the healthiest vegetables around.
Prepare to be amazed.
Craving some comfort food? Me too.
Especially in these cold winter months.
Unfortunately comfort food is almost never healthy food.
Here’s an awesome way to make spaghetti without using noodles.
You’ll never guess what it is!
Hint: spaghetti…but not noodles.To the post! →
We clipped this recipe out of a Better Homes and Gardens magazine in April 2007.
This is the most delicious butternut squash dish I’ve ever eaten, and it can be prepared vegetarian or vegan.
This will score you some serious points at Thanksgiving dinner.
Before I got cancer I ate whatever I wanted, which was a lot of processed and cooked food. Little did I know, I was poisoning and polluting my body. People often ask me what I eat now, so here’s a basic overview.To the post! →
The Centers for Disease Control and the National Cancer Institute recommend you eat at least 5 servings of fruits and veggies per day, but 10 servings per day is optimal. Let’s face it, that’s tough to do! Most folks I know don’t even average 1 serving per day.
Our bodies are starving for nutrients and juicing is the best way to extract massive amounts of nutrients from vegetables; without having to sit down and eat several pounds of vegetables per day. Knowing what to juice and what not to juice is critical.To the post! →
This recipe was given to me as part of my Anti-Cancer Diet by my Naturopath and I drank it nearly everyday, usually as an afternoon snack. Surgeon Generals Warning: Highly Addictive Deliciousness.To the post! →
To strengthen your body’s ability to fight cancer, you need to eat what I ate:
The biggest baddest healthiest salad on the planet!
It consists of raw organic vegetables, sprouts, seeds, nuts and homemade dressing.
This salad is super healthy, delicious and will fill you up without zapping your energy.