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Breakfast burrito

These inventive burritos use eggwhites instead of tortillas – a great alternative for those who are trying to avoid wheat or gluten. Breakfast burrito Breakfast burritos are a hearty way to start the day, and they can be wrapped in parchment paper to be carried along for a picnic. Feel free to substitute or add […]


Common Favorite Foods and Yummy Alternatives to support Brain Health in Children

It’s unfortunate, but most kids’ favorite foods are loaded with inflammatory ingredients and can be trigger foods for some that may be dealing with symptoms of ADHD, autism, autoimmune disorders or mood related issues. image source Marketing strategies target kids with colorful foods, sugary sweets and characters from beloved programs promoting snack products. From frozen […]

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Butternut squash soup with coconut and ginger

Winter squash plus healing herbs are a winning combination in this nourishing autumn soup. Butternut squash soup with coconut and ginger Winter squash is a wonderful source of vitamin A, which is a powerful antioxidant. Vitamin A has been shown to offer protection against lung and mouth cancers. Enjoy this delicious, hearty soup with a […]


Seafood curry

This beautiful curry cooks up quickly and will delight the whole family. Seafood curry Feel free to substitute salmon if allergies are an issue. Shrimp and scallops are readily available frozen year round, and fresh seasonally. Shrimp have anti-inflammatories and antioxidants. It is also high in many vitamins and minerals, such as selenium, phosphorus, choline […]


Butternut squash curry

This gentle curry is a sweet combination of sweet and mild heat. Butternut squash curry In addition to balancing the squash’s natural sweetness, the curry paste provides antioxidants and cancer-fighting benefits. If you prefer a more robust curry taste, feel free substitute with a stronger curry paste. Winter squash, such as butternut, provides many vitamins […]


Beet and yogurt salad

This is a beautiful, warm salad. Beet and yogurt salad Try a mix of golden and red beets for even more vibrant color. Using both the roots and the greens, this salad makes full use of the many benefits of the mighty, yet humble, beet. In fact, the greens are the most nutrient-rich part of […]


Coconut carrot soup

Coconut oil is a healthy fat, which has been shown to have numerous beneficial effects on the aging brain. Coconut carrot soup Coconut oil is made of medium chain fatty acids that have been shown to help improve cognitive functioning in older adults with memory disorders. Sweet potatoes are a good source of vitamins A […]


Spinach mushroom frittata

I like eggs and the protein they provide, but I’ve gotten a bit tired of them. Spinach mushroom frittata I find this dish more interesting and enjoyable, and I like the added dimension of red potatoes. Spinach is high in antioxidants and is a rich source of folate and vitamin C. Folate is the form […]


Zesty chicken patties

“Zesty chicken patties are a delightful retreat from the bland chicken patties of yesterday.” Zesty chicken patties Replete with antioxidants and anti-inflammatories, zesty chicken patties are filled with healing properties that will satisfy even the most discerning of palates. They are bright, colorful and pack a tasty punch. Make a big batch on the weekend […]


Thai beef salad

Molasses adds a note of complexity to this bright, beautiful salad. Always a hit with the family, feel free to adjust the amount of chile peppers accordingly. Chile peppers owe their heat to capsaicin. Capsaicin is being studied as a treatment for sensory nerve fiber disorders. While I don’t often recommend nightshades such as chile […]