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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Sometimes inspiration strikes and cold weather has a funny way of inspiring soup. Wanting a creamy, but healthy soup I decided to roast up some sweet potatoes on hand and make soup that was both warm in temperature and in spice. This one has a kick to it!
Both the sweet potato skins and the spices in this recipe are loaded with iron, in addition to loads of nutrients. The sweet potato itself is brimming with beta carotene, the precursor our body makes vitamin A out of, for healthy skin and immune system. Sweet potatoes and onions are also a great source of potassium. As a whole this recipe is absolutely loaded with nutrients to have you feeling great inside and out.
Because the sweet potatoes take an hour to cook all the way through, this recipe is a good one for being able to prep and clean up the majority of it while they do that. You could also bake them the night before or earlier in the day.
Looking for a perfect cold day recipe that will leave you feeling full? How's about if it's easy to make, delicious, nutritious and awesome for both your skin and decreasing inflammation? Here you go! Click the read more button and enjoy!
I think we can all agree that few things are as wonderful in life as when a friend sends you a recipe. The only thing that is better is when they bring you the food, but alas when your homegirl is 1700 miles away, that's not going to happen...or is it? Remain forever hopeful that friends and food will randomly show up in your life.
Featuring recipes from around the world this month to celebrate both National Nutrition Month and the 1 year anniversary of NutritionSheila.com. Dr Stacy Davis of Peak Oriental Medicine in Cheyenne, Wyoming text me this recipe last month. I'd like to blame tiny phone screens for the blunders I made that actually took the recipe to a delicious new level, but no one adds mushrooms by mistake. They're a very delicious on purpose decision.
This recipe is loaded with nutrition and shocking good flavor. Brimming with protein, skin nourishing nutrients, iron, magnesium and more! The turmeric not only gives the chili an exciting color and flavor, it also helps reduce inflammation.
Stacy best summed up this dish when she said, "this ain't your mama's chili."
Foods rich in beta-carotene, the precursor to vitamin A, are incredible for soothing and healing. They’re a must for every pain sufferer, except those who genuinely dig being in pain. If you like pain hate carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin and all their yellow, orange, red and dark green produce section friends. Eating orange produce items on a regular basis helps reduce joint pain, headaches, migraines and skin breakouts.
This unexpectedly RIDICULOUSLY delicious carrot soup recipe does NOT disappoint. It can’t. You’re too busy having your mind blown clear across the known Universe by its deliciousness. The ingredients don’t sound like they match, but I tell you what they do.
I threw in my Lucky Iron Fish, Ferrous Bueller, because this recipe is absolutely perfect for his iron enriching goodness. It’s loaded with beta-carotene, vitamin C and liquid based.
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