This vegetable lasagna is an absolute clean kitchen staple. The greatest thing is that we can make this recipe with anything we have on hand, seasonal and local vegetables at any time of year, with lots of flavor possibilities. When no longer cleansing, we can always re-introduce tomatoes or eggplants or stick to the Clean version of the vegetable lasagna.
Spring is the season for local grass-fed lamb, and for omnivores this is one of the healthiest cuts of meat you can find. We belive in finding good quality animal protein. We offer this 21-Day Clean Program and allergy-friendly version of a favorite meal — the lamb taco!
Kimchi is a traditional Korean food that influences American food culture. Both food lovers and kimchi newcomers can enjoy the unique taste and fermented benefits of this kimchi recipe. The beneficial microorganisms in this meal promote gut health with probiotics, produce vitamins and amino acids, and are anti-inflammatory.
A large component of the 21-Day Clean Program that we’re all familiar with is eliminating toxins from the body. But limiting cleansing to its detoxifying effects would do a disservice to the wholeness achievable through the bigger picture of cleansing. A meditation routine can work in conjunction with healthy habits to take your health to the next level.
Lentil soup is a great way for us to get vegetable protein into our diets. These tiny seeds are dense with a diverse array of nutrition that benefits our bodies in many ways. Even during the Clean Program, dried peppers are allowed in small amounts as seasoning, so enjoy making this spicy lentil soup any time.
This warm kale salad recipe, along with other dark leafy greens, comes with a slew of benefits for our bodies. In the cold winter months, they’re easier on digestion and, when cooked lightly before eating, provide warming energy to our bodies. Add chicken to a kale salad for a protein boost that is great for your hormones.
Leek soup recipes become less typical and more savory when you introduce other vegetables into the mix! The combinations vary, but we have a special vegetable in mind that creates a creamy leek soup that makes this standard meal new again. This is totally cleanse-approved and can make a great substitute for an evening shake, if you are looking for something more savory.
What fruit is high in niacin, potassium, calcium, vitamin A and beta carotene, a great urinary and digestive tonic, a kidney cleanser, and an excellent source of fiber? Peaches! These fruits are great for a snack or to make a peach smoothie as part of your cleanse. While they’re at their peak season in summer, you can plan ahead and freeze your own, or can pick up a bag at the market, to have a blast of summer in the middle of winter.
Celery root is an often ignored powerhouse of nutrition. This vitamin and mineral-rich root is usually found during it’s season of the cooler months. We love to use variety in our diets, to make sure we are covering our nutritional bases. This soup is great on the cleanse, or just when eating clean to maintain the results.
Raw greens can be difficult to digest, and when it’s cold, our bodies actually need more warming and lightly-cooked foods for optimal digestion. So make this amazing “salad” and be make sure your body is getting the nourishment it needs from your winter greens!