Everyone seems to want to know how many calories in Almonds and all sorts of other almond nutritional information questions. Truth is that almonds are one of the best sources of protein, vitamins, minerals and fiber and you really do get a good bang for your buck. Have you been buying almond milk? Learn how to make your own almond milk with this convenient almond milk recipe and know exactly what you’re getting in your final product. Learn everything there is to know about the health benefits of almonds. There’s plenty.
A wonderful combination of flavors makes this coconut yam soup light up your mouth. Making use of both an excellent carbohydrate along with one of the best tasting and healthy fat sources on the planet, this soup recipe will have you energized all day long. The lime and ginger add just the right amount of zing.
It’s quite easy to make your own Kombucha tea at home from a few basic ingredients found in your kitchen along with a SCOBY and a little starter. Kombucha tea is the result of a fermentation process which converts a sugary tea solution into what many cultures referred to as the elixir of life. This step by step Kombucha tea recipe should have you fermenting in no time at all.
This is a great squash soup recipe that uses either butternut squash or pumpkin as it’s base while adding almond butter to pump up the nutrients, fat and protein profile. Optionally spicy or very spicy, this butternut squash soup is perfect for the colder fall or winter months. Make extra and freeze it because you’ll want to eat it all week long.
This dairy free, gluten free coconut flour bread recipe is perfect for anyone wanting to cut carbohydrates and increase their protein. Slightly sweet, this bread is perfect for eating with a green soup and topped off nicely with a little nut butter. Coconut flour is a wonderful way to increase fiber and lower your net glycemic load of any meal. Wonderful recipe that anyone can make.
When asked how many eggs I eat, I respond with “at least 6 a day, and up to a dozen whole eggs”. This is my traditional morning breakfast of 6 whole eggs, with greens cooked in coconut oil, fresh ground pepper and sea salt. Washed down with a big glass of chia gel of course.