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Roasted turkey tenderloin and vegetables

Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of vegetables, which is helpful for introducing cauliflower to the diet. Roasted turkey tenderloin and vegetables Cauliflower is high in vitamin C, which is best known as an antioxidant. Antioxidants help prevent damage to the cells. Vitamin C in particular, helps to transform iron into a form more easily […]


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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Summer vacation salad

This refreshing salad is perfect for summer vacation! image source Summer Vacation Salad It is a deeply nourishing meal of brain-healthy greens packed with B vitamins and is surprisingly well loved by all the family members. We also noticed that this quick and versatile salad keeps well the next day. Prep Finely chop kale and […]


Tilapia with pesto

Homemade pesto is a refreshing summertime pleasure. Tilapia with pesto You can find potted basil plants at many grocery stores throughout the summer, they are even cheaper than buying harvested basil leaves. Basil is related to peppermint, and has many health benefits. Basil is recognized as an anti-inflammatory food that is helpful for many conditions, […]


Avocado and watercress salad

This lovely, bright salad is a great introduction to the peppery and lovely watercress. Avocado and watercress salad Watercress is a humble, cruciferous, aquatic green leafy vegetable eaten since ancient times. Long considered food for the lower classes, it has only recently regained popularity due to its high nutritional value. Watercress provides numerous health benefits, […]


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 […]


Winter squash & bison stew

Featuring healing herbs, this lightly sweet stew will surely warm you on a crisp winter’s day. Winter squash & bison stew Related to mint, rosemary is a small evergreen shrub prized for its aroma and flavor as well as its healing properties. Rosemary stimulates the immune system, improves digestion and increases circulation. Native to the […]


Quinoa pilaf

Quinoa is a versatile grain and easy to prepare. Quinoa pilaf Recently rediscovered, this ancient cereal is thought to have been the “gold of the Incas”, and is one of the least allergenic of all grains. Quinoa is high in protein, includes all the essential amino acids, is an excellent source of fiber, and a […]


Egg cups

Is the morning egg routine a little boring? Egg cups Try the simple act of baking your eggs in muffin tins, not only is it a nice diversion, they are also portable for a nice picnic or snack on the go. These egg cups are packed with vitamins and minerals, featuring kale and shiitake mushrooms. […]