The Adrenal Fatigue Busting Soup!
2 Cups Chopped Green Beans (One inch pieces)
2 Cups Chopped Celery
2 Cups Chopped Zucchini
1 medium onion, chopped
5 crushed garlic cloves (Crush then let sit for up to fifteen minutes before cooking.)
Handful of chopped kale (Ten large leaves without stems. Feed the stems to your dog!)
2 tbsp. raw honey
2 cups fresh water
2 cups chicken broth
2 TBSP Seaweed
1 ½ TBSP Salt/Kelp Mix
Your “Super Beneficial” Blood Type Diet Spices
Directions: Combine everything and let simmer for an hour. Freeze half so you will have fast and easy lunches or dinner additionas.
This recipe goes great with left-overs thrown in! Add in last night’s chicken and brown rice or a left over hard-boiled egg. Whatever you have on hand will only make this even more scrumptious. Also review the “Super Beneficial” Blood Type Diet Food list for all healthy addition ideas.
Anytime I cook I “double up” the recipe. Then I freeze single servings in empty jam and sauce glass jars. This makes the perfect portion sized servings for easy lunches and dinners.
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*Recipe inspired by the following Source: Dolores S. Downey’s “Taz” soup, “Balancing body chemistry with nutrition seminars,” Cannonburg, MI 49317, page 158.
This recipe has three delightful qualities. One is how quickly it can be prepared – under five minutes! Two is how energizing and healthful it is and three is how umm, umm, ahhh delicious it tastes – in all its variations.
Ingredients: 3 handfuls of ready-to-go baby spinach, olive oil, * 1 pressed then finely chopped garlic clove, handful of torn parsley, pinch of sea salt and a squeeze of lemon juice.
Simply sauté everything together until the spinach wilts slightly. Eat pronto! (Serves one)
Variations: Substitute kale for spinach. Sprinkle in pine nuts or walnuts, dried cranberries, dried cherries, sun-dried tomatoes … recommended resource is healthy additions is Eat Right For Your Type.
* Crush garlic using your palm or kitchen knife. Let sit for fifteen minutes before chopping and sautéing.
Recipe adapted from article, Spinach Knocks Out Cancer and Boosts Brain Power, written by Barbara Minton.
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1. Break Your Fast (Breakfast) the right way.
* One American out of four starts the day without eating breakfast
* Studies have shown that adults and children who skip breakfast tend to have higher cholesterol levels and, consequently, are at a greater risk of developing heart disease
* A 12 yr-old who skips breakfast has the reaction time and mental agility of a 70 year old in the classroom. (Wonder how that ages adults in the office, in the car, in relationships …)
First Things First.
Upon rising make yourself a glass of hot water with (click here for more more including the Fatigue Be Gone Fatigue Busting Breakfast!)
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You are gonna love this full menu of healthy, delicious and dazzling recipes by The Healthy Divas. It is perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any special occasion you would like to celebrate this fall or winter …
You get it all.
Appetizers (The Artichoke and White Bean Dip, Roasted Pumpkin Seeks); Soups (The Great Pumpkin Soup or Quinoa Soup with Greens and Potatoes); Salads (Quinoa Apple Salad or Persimmon Mesculin Salad); Entrees (Roasted Turkey or Baked Atlantic Cod); Side Dishes (Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Couscous Stuffed Artichokes), Beverages (Orange Coconut Frost and non-alcoholic Pina Colada) and Deserts (Creamy Pumpkin Pie and Rice Pudding with Cranberries.)
So, not only can you feel better and re-Energize yourself in time for the holidays but you can entertain the gang in style. Special thanks to Kathy Browning
for her contribution.
Just browsing through one of my favorite magazines, Health Magazine, and came across a couple energy boost foods and recipes to share with you!
1. Shrimp. A 3-ounce serving has 14% of our recommended daily amount of energy boosting iron. Furthermore, it recommends that we look for “Wild American” Shrimp because it is free of contamination issues. (Iron carries oxygen to red blood cells to help prevent anemia. Anemia is extremely fatiguing – been there, done that.)
You know what else? This is an easy kapeezy lunch addition. Pack ’em in a Tupperware with a little Tupperware of dipping sauce … yummy!
2. Papaya-Mango Chicken Salad. Says to mix pre-cooked chicken with fat-free creme cheese, diced papaya, scallions and some mango chutney. Then a dash of salt, pepper and lime juice.
I’ll make this for Michael and moi lunch tomorrow – his will be minus the creme cheese ’cause he is lactose intolerant. Well, gotta run off to the grocery store … See you tomorrow.
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