This salad is perfect for summer! It’s a rainbow of colors and so fresh. If you are curious, here’s why we suggest eating the rainbow of vegetables. Try this salad on its own, or pair with your favorite protein.Continue reading “Dr. Junger’s superfood rainbow salad recipe”
When you’re really hungry, just having a salad can be risky. While fresh and nutritious, many salads lack the fiber, protein, and fat that will keep you satisfied until your next meal. The challenge of building a hearty and filling salad can be especially tricky if you eat a plant-based diet. Enter: this lentil beet salad.Continue reading “The bright lentil beet salad you’ll make on repeat”
Red cabbage is great for gut health; you can even buy or make your own fermented cabbage for additional digestive support. The insoluble fiber found in red cabbage promotes regularity and relieves symptoms of some gastrointestinal conditions. This red cabbage salad is perfect for a quick summer meal or add some protein for something heartier.
As we head into spring, our cravings can get caught between the hearty meals we’ve known all winter and the refreshing flavors we want to taste on warmer days. This Curry Chicken Salad marries these two tastes perfectly into a versatile springtime dish.
Everyone needs a Buddha Bowl recipe in their healthy kitchen repertoire. Instagram-worthy Buddha Bowls are easy to throw together for a balanced meal that’s healthy and filling. And while the ingredients in your favorite Buddha Bowl recipe may vary from ours, we’ve got a fool-proof formula for making the perfect nutrient-dense bowl.
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Ready for a hearty fall salad that packs some serious crunch? Wild rice, Brussels sprouts and cabbage create a power team of vitamin B and C to boost immunity and protein and fiber to keep things moving. Don’t be scared off by the overnight prep. This well-balanced salad is a great lunch option and would be a welcomed addition to any holiday table.
It’s time to start utilizing one of the season’s most nutrient dense foods. This simple salad combines the sweetness of beets and husk cherries or tomatoes with the nutty sharpness of the walnut dressing. This recipe is great for post-cleanse, especially Clean fans who are pregnant. The full Clean Program isn’t recommended during pregnancy or nursing, but the beneficial vitamin B and iron provided by this salad are approved and not to be missed.