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Curry Chickpea Crunch

Curry Chickpea Crunch

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Green Bird Burgers

Green Bird Burgers

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily MazzarellaI make a batch of these tasty turkey burgers and freeze them for my week’s lunches. Sometimes I add a finely chopped green, such as chard, to boost the veggie content further.

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Salmon-Salad Hand Rolls

Salmon-Salad Hand Rolls

November 26, 2018

 Author: Lily Mazzarella I’m always on the lookout for easy protein-veg meals. These nutrient-dense salmon nori rolls take 15 minutes to make and are perfect for when it is too hot to cook!

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Salmon & Cremini Mushroom Skewers With Green Velvet Sauce

Salmon & Cremini Mushroom Skewers With Green Velvet Sauce

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily MazzarellaI like the idea of kabobs—but don’t usually find them very satisfying: some items are undercooked (usually the onions and peppers of traditional kabobs), while others are charred to crisp. I realized there was a simple solution for this: keep “like with like” on the skewer, and cook each item to its own specification.

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Rosemary White Bean Dip

Rosemary White Bean Dip

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Chicken larb

Chicken larb

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Savory Herb Snack Mix

Savory Herb Snack Mix

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Grilled Romaine

Grilled Romaine

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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PRETTY-ON-THE-INSIDE PEA SHOOT AND MINT-BASIL SUMMER ROLLS

PRETTY-ON-THE-INSIDE PEA SHOOT AND MINT-BASIL SUMMER ROLLS

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Quinoa-White Bean Veggie Burgers

Quinoa-White Bean Veggie Burgers

November 26, 2018

 Lily Mazzarella

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Cacoa Mint Smoothie

Cacoa Mint Smoothie

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Just The Greens Smoothie

Just The Greens Smoothie

November 26, 2018

 Author: Lily Mazzarella

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STRESS-ADAPT PALEO GRANOLA

STRESS-ADAPT PALEO GRANOLA

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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The Cherry Connector

The Cherry Connector

November 26, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella

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Pumpkin Energy Balls

Pumpkin Energy Balls

October 26, 2018

Author: Paige Doyle It's that 'sweet' time of year and as much as we want to participate, we also want to keep feeling good! Learn how to make this healthy treat that even an unhealthy craving will love.

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Elderberry Gummies

Elderberry Gummies

October 09, 2018

Author: Lily Mazzarella Elderberries have demonstrated activity against the influenza virus….and we couldn’t be more pleased about it. These delicious berries lend themselves to a tasty syrup that is easy to make and forms the base of kid (and adult) approved protein-rich Elderberry Gummies.

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Tips (and a Recipe!) To Beat Sugar’s Sneaky Game

August 22, 2018

Author: Paige DoyleWe all know about the high sugar content in foods such as ice cream, cookies, candy bars, and donuts. But did you know that sugar is found in a vast array of foods other than just those that are considered “sweet”?

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Hot & Sour Sore Throat Soup

Hot & Sour Sore Throat Soup

December 19, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis tangy, nourishing soup is equally delightful at the onset of a sore throat and chills, as it is simply at the end of a long work day. You’ll get a hefty serving of greens along with immune enhancement from garlic, mushrooms, and fire cider. Sauerkraut may sound like an odd soup addition, but trust me, it’s terrific — it gives immediate body and complexity.  

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Sage-Garlic Honey

Sage-Garlic Honey

November 24, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaHoney: More than just a sweet treat. In its raw, unheated/unpasteurized form, you may be shocked at the plethora of heavy hitting health benefits honey possesses.

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Fire Cider

Fire Cider

November 22, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaIf you’ve never tasted fire cider before, you’re in for a treat. This zesty, delicious vinegar preparation straddles the line between food and medicine,

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Berries + Coconut Cream

Berries + Coconut Cream

April 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis coconut cream is to die for. It tastes suspiciously, and wonderfully, like Cool Whip, but actually decomposes like normal food!

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Vegan Chive & Herb Cashew Cream Cheez

Vegan Chive & Herb Cashew Cream Cheez

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazarrellaFor some people, giving up dairy is what’s most challenging about the prospect of doing a cleanse. But dairy is pro-inflammatory for some, and creates congestion in most of us, so it’s a good idea to give it up for a while and see how your body does without it. Trust me, this creamy cashew cheez will get you through the tough times!

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Chickpea Pancake

Savory Golden Chickpea Pancake

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaBehold the savory pancake: made with protein and fiber-rich chickpea flour, these pancakes are delicious topped avocado slices, Dandelion-Pistachio Pesto, or Herb and Chive Cashew Cheese. Kids love them, too—and you can hide veggies inside!

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Strawberry-Goji Happiness Smoothie

Strawberry-Goji Happiness Smoothie

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazarellaThis light, creamy, not-overly-sweet treat features vitamin C-rich springtime strawberries and goji berries, a.k.a. Happiness Berry or Wolfberry. Goji is a traditional Chinese medicine used for liver and kidney deficiency patterns, for “brightening” the eyes (no wonder, as it is chock-full of carotenes and anti-inflammatory pigments), and promoting happiness and longevity.

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Preserved Lemons

Preserved Lemons

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaPreserved lemons are a staple of Moroccan and Middle Eastern cooking for good reason: they lend a rich, mellow acidity (and salinity) to any recipe they grace, imparting depth and body to dishes ranging from umami spring lamb stew to blended vegetable soups, to crisp, bitter dandelion greens.

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Spring Asparagus, Leek + Pea Soup

Spring Asparagus, Leek + Pea Soup

March 21, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis silky, vibrant green soup is the epitome of spring. It is simple to make, but with the addition of some reserved peas, pumpkin seeds and fresh herbs, is texturally complex and delightful. If you’re having the soup for lunch, make sure to add a serving of collagen or pea protein to keep your energy up and your hunger in check. Enjoy with flax crackers, or pair with a turkey patty, sweet potato, or chickpea pancake for a heartier meal.

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Dandelion Greens with Preserved Lemons

Dandelion Greens with Preserved Lemons

March 20, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaI love dandelion greens! These delectable bitters are chock-full of potassium, vitamins A, C, K, folate, and choline. In herbal medicine, we use them as a classic bitter tonic to stimulate digestion and gallbladder activity, and to decongest the liver.

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Burdock + Bright Roots Detox Salad

Burdock + Bright Roots Detox Salad

March 20, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis gorgeous rainbow of a salad takes just a few minutes to make, delights everyone who eats it (It’s a great potluck dish!), and stores well tightly covered in the fridge for up to 3 days. It is fiber-rich and contains 3 hepatoprotectant superstars: burdock, beets, and kohlrabi.

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Mango Lassi

Turmeric-Mango Lassi

March 20, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis delicious lassi side-steps the dairy with coconut yogurt, mango, and creamy nuts and seeds. If you don’t have a batch of Divine Turmeric Paste this is a reason to whip one up (or use dried spices if you don’t have time!). Turmeric stimulates the flow of bile, protects liver cells against toxins, and reduces inflammatory enzyme load in the body. What more do you need?

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Herby Artichoke

Herby Artichoke + Artichoke Water

March 18, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThe artichoke is a perfect spring food—they are in season and perfectly suited to our purposes of liver and gall bladder support. Artichoke leaf (botanically speaking, we eat the bract, which subtends the gorgeous, spiky, periwinkle flowers) is a classic herbal medicine for the hepatobiliary system; compounds found throughout the plant help repair and prevent damage to the liver, while the bitter flavor gets the gall bladder moving.  

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Flax Crackers

Rosemary Flax Crackers

March 17, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaMany people miss crunchy and carb-y snacks when they do a cleanse. These simple flax crackers fill the void, and pair well with Cashew Cheez, pesto, avocado, smoked salmon, and tahini dressings.

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Massage Oil Recipes for Sensuality & Romance

Massage Oil Recipes for Sensuality & Romance

February 13, 2017

Author: Robin LanderMany essential oils have sensual qualities. In the plant kingdom, flowers are mainly meant to attract, while resins soothe and repair, fruit brings sweetness and playfulness, and roots strengthen and ground. Sensual essential oils can help inspire creativity, lower inhibitions, promote passion and confidence, and revive the spirit.

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Sweet Potato Rounds + Stress-Adapt Nut Butter

Sweet Potato Rounds + Stress-Adapt Nut Butter

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaSome of us crave carbs, some of us crunchy…others of us…we know who we are…crave sweet. Here’s a supercharged snack that satisfies that itch. 

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Morning Uplift Chia Pudding Bowl

Morning Uplift Chia Pudding Bowl

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaLoaded with fiber, protein, omega-3 fatty acids and a plethora of other micronutrients, this chia pudding bowl recipe is a soothing, nourishing and easily digestible morning uplift.

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Turkey Sage Breakfast Patties

Turkey Sage Breakfast Patties

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaI eat meat for breakfast. After years of experimentation (and holding on to my beloved toast and oatmeal for dear life), I have determined that animal protein is what fuels me best in the beginning of the day.

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10-Minute Green Power Soup

10-Minute Green Power Soup

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThere’s nothing like a green soup to help you feel fresh, nourished and energized. The beauty of this one is that it requires next to no chopping or prep: it takes advantage of the plethora of high-quality frozen organic vegetables on the market.

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Golden Cauliflower Soup with Garam Masala Pumpkin Seeds

Golden Cauliflower Soup with Garam Masala Pumpkin Seeds

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis hearty, golden soup features the warming spices ginger and turmeric, which bestow a plethora of benefits on our digestion, cellular transformation, and elimination.

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Congee with Nori Crumbles & Flax

Congee with Nori Crumbles & Flax

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaCongee is a traditional Asian porridge long-prized for its restorative, healing and nourishing powers. It is a radically simple dish: a small amount of rice is essentially “pre-digested” in a nutritive broth, and eaten by the bowlful.  

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Stress-Adapt Protein Cookie Dough Bites

Stress-Adapt Protein Cookie Dough Bites

January 13, 2017

Author: Lily MazzarellaThis tasty herbal treat is a perfect mid-morning or early afternoon Cleanse pick-me-up for the times you might be crashing/craving/irritable and reaching for something sweet and caffeinated.

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Radical Immune Energy Balls

Radical Immune Energy Balls

September 30, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaEat your medicine These tasty herbal treats are perfect mid-morning and early afternoon pick-me-ups – the times you might be crashing/craving/irritable and tempted to reach for a sugar-y, immune-suppressing snack. Boost your system with medicinal mushrooms and herbal immune tonics instead!

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Do It Yourself Body Care with Essential Oils

Do It Yourself Body Care with Essential Oils

August 27, 2016

Author: Robin LanderMaking your own body care products is a rewarding way to have complete control over your ingredients, scent, texture, look, and feel. With a little practice and the right quality ingredients, you can make luxurious, premium products that rival even the best store-bought brands. These also make wonderful gifts!  

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Reishi Russian Coconut Popsicle

Reishi Russian Coconut Popsicle

June 30, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaMushroom popsicles?? Oh yes! Reishi and Chaga are woody mushrooms with myriad health benefits. Both are replete with antioxidants and immune-enhancing polysaccharides and inflammation-modulating triterpenes. 

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Simple Proteins

Simple Proteins

June 29, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaThese can be added to bowls and salads, topped with sauces and herbs, and eaten with your green soup at lunchtime if you need some protein bites. Increase or reduce recipe size depending how many people you are cooking for, and whether you want leftovers!

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Green Dream Smoothie Bowl

Green Dream Smoothie Bowl

June 27, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaI’ve always loved my smoothies on the thicker side, so why not really go for it, and eat it with a spoon? The ground chia and flax form a gel so this recipe has a wonderful pudding-like consistency (experiment to find your preferred consistency). I use collagen powder as it dissolves fully – but of course use your protein powder of choice. For extra flavor and texture, I love adding coconut shreds, Stress-Adapt Herbal Pow[d]er, berries, paleo granola, and hemp seeds.

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Simple Lentil Salad

Simple Lentil Salad

June 27, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaDon’t worry if you’re missing a spice – it will still be delicious!

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Sleep Juice

Sleep Juice

June 27, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaThose of us unlucky enough to deal with insomnia and any inflammatory condition such as joint pain, eczema, asthma, allergy, or colitis know that a missed night of sleep equals an immediate skyrocketing of symptoms. And we all know what it’s like to get up from bed after a lost night’s sleep and see our skin blotchy, and our eyes bleary and blood-shot.

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Cashew Crema

Cashew Crema

June 21, 2016

Author: Lilly MazzarellaNaturally sweet and delicious, cashews offer the perfect alternative to dairy, and can be used to make vegan sauces and cheeses, and to make smoothies thick and creamy. Cashews are super nutritious – high in copper, manganese, magnesium, and zinc, and despite their creaminess, lower in fat than most nuts. The fats they do contain help maintain healthy inflammation levels.

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Cool It Juice

Cool It Juice

June 20, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaFeeling hot, sluggish, irritable, and puffy? This delicious and refreshing anti-oxidant rich juice will make you feel like a superstar. Its inflammation-fighting botanicals hit a multitude of molecular targets, which registers to you as a cool body and mind. 

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Cherry Love Smoothie

Cherry Love Smoothie

June 20, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaStart your day off right with this inflammation-fighting smoothie that has the added benefit of tasting like a cherry milkshake!

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The Power Bowl “How To”

The Power Bowl “How To”

June 19, 2016

Author: Lily MazzarellaTo bowl or not to bowl…. I admit: my healthy skepticism got a bit of a workout in the beginning phases of the recent “bowl” craze. My Instagram and Facebook accounts were suddenly flooded with photos of bright, wholesome food bowls, accompanied by the usual social media hyperbole: “This tempeh-kimchi-bee pollen bowl is everything!” Bowl restaurants sprang up in cities like dandelions in springtime. After all, I thought, what is so different about eating veggies, rice, a...

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