Looking for nutritious, delicious recipes to get your year off to the right start? Frustrated with the bevvy of recipes posing as healthy, but actually full of protein powders, food additive laced ‘diet’ food products and anything but real food? Do you have a life outside the kitchen and grocery store? Ha!
Here are 28 nutritious, delicious recipes made with real ingredients for people who have a life and appreciate real food. It’s really that simple. Simple is good. Enjoy!
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Closing National Nutrition Month and the 1 year anniversary of NutritionSheila.com off on a high note with another recipe from around the world and a cross collaboration with a dear friend Amber Klemt of IfItBakesYouHappy.com. Amber chose this delicious Cuban Mojo Bowl recipe that is unlike anything I've ever had before. Way fun to try!
Featured here is the vegetarian version of the recipe. Well, technically vegan. For those looking to pair this dish with a meat, head over to Amber's blog. To provide more protein and flavor, I made up Mojo Quinoa and I regret nothing.
This recipe is loaded with nutrition and has a nutrient profile that would be incredible for healthy, radiant skin. If I wake up a super model tomorrow I'll report back my findings.
This recipe was inspired by a grape accidentally falling into Thai coconut-peanut dressing. The next 8 grapes that fell in there were not by accident. No sir. Shockingly great flavor combo!
I’m dedicating it to my highly active sister who does some serious cross-training: yoga to weight lifting on the daily. She needs food to fuel her energy and support her gains. Nutrients in the recipe has nutrients to support muscle gains, to help decrease pain, to help prevent headaches/migraines, to support weight loss efforts and to clear skin. It’s also so surprisingly delicious you’ll win any potluck you take it to.
Approximately 10-12 servings.
Ultimate Detoxifying & Healing Nutrient Bowl
This week I had several individuals who were dealing with very different health concerns: kidney stones, postpartum weight retention, hormonal imbalance due to major surgery, depression, migraines and skin issues. At the core of all of these concerns is the need to detoxify the body from compounds natural and unnatural that are contributing to the issues and to nourish specific nutrient needs to support the healing process.
With all this in mind, I created a recipe for a delicious, nutritious Buddha bowl! Below is the exact recipe I sent out to clients to get them on the road to health. Try it out and make it your own!
Each ingredient was selected for specific health purposes, so be prepared to detox. Additionally, if there is an ingredient you straight up don’t like, don’t put it in there. This is your Buddha bowl and health after all.
*As the intentions of this recipe are detoxification and healing, it’s best to choose organic ingredients if possible.
All Anti Inflammatory Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Buddha Bowl Chai Spices Chai Tea Latte Chickpea Salad Chili Coffee Enchiladas Entree Español Focaccia Bread Game Day Dip Game Day Recipe Gluten Free Green Bean Casserole Headache/Migraine Prevention Healthy Dessert Healthy Skin Healthy Spaghetti Protein Protein Cremes Pumpkin Ratatouille Salsa Sauce Side Dish Soup Spice Blend Tacos Tea Vegan Vegetarian