Soft, nourishing bliss ball that is really grounding, not overly sweet and nourishing with its balance of whole foods and spices.
People have been drinking turmeric milk forever. This is a particularly delicious vegan take on this ancient health drink. Blood oranges, cherry, ginger and turmeric make for a powerful potion with an exquisite taste and look.
Both turmeric and ginger are powerful anti-inflammatories. This concoction is also loaded with phytonutrients and vitamins. Enjoy it as a comforting bed-time drink or anytime snack.
Turmeric is a wonderful spice: a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, brilliant color, and delightful taste. Just lovely. It makes a great key player in a salad dressing for all those reasons! Your salad will be beautiful, and with all the wonderful nutrients you’ll be getting, from this turmeric dressing, so will you! You can store it in your fridge for a few days and enjoy this superfood salad dressing again.
Couscous! What a wonderful name for a wonderful dish. Couscous is one of the world’s most favorite foods, with a history that goes back centuries in North Africa. It’s a staple food throughout much of North Africa and the Middle East, and is also quite popular in Europe and the Mediterranean. I bet it would go great with some halvah!
This innovative raw vegan version of the classic couscous is inspired by Mediterranean flavors. It’s got capers, sundried tomatoes, parsley and (of course) olive oil! Cauliflower makes for a great couscous base, and there’s more than enough awesome rawsome ingredients to keep you nourished and delighted.
Couscous! It’s so nice, you’ll want to make it twice.
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Sometimes you just feel like something crispy and savory. These zucchini chips will satisfy your need for a crunchy snack, but without any of the fats and super-saltiness of your regular potato chips. It only takes a few minutes to whip these chips up, so they make for easy as well as great snacking. There’s no reason why munchies can’t be healthy!
Getting to have cake that is actually good for you is a clear sign that you’re doing alright. With this turmeric and ginger cheesecake, there’s really nothing unhealthy to be had. But not only is it not unhealthy, it’s positively healthy!
Ginger and turmeric are actually closely related, and they’re both super powerful, safe anti-inflammatory natural medicines. Ginger has been shown to be particularly useful for helping with arthritis, while turmeric is great for asthma and auto-immune disorders affecting the skin.
Plus they’re super duper tasty! And that in an of itself is enough reason for anyone to want to get into this turmeric ginger cheesecake!
Don’t be fooled by the name of this smoothie! Mango and peach might be the two central ingredients, but there’s a lot more going on here than just those two wonderful fruits! We’ve got bananas, we’ve got celery, we’ve got chia and coconut water. We’ve even got some turmeric.
And that’s just for the base layer! Some of the really fun stuff comes in on the next layer. Here we’ve got our spirulina, our hemp seeds, and of course, our matcha powder. All these high-energy, protein and nutrient rich foods make this an excellent smoothie to enjoy after a good workout.
Of course, you should feel free to throw on any extras you might want. Blueberries and pomegranates make for a fine topping!
Yellow is considered the color of optimism and pleasure. And you’ll have plenty to feel optimistic about once you’ve harnessed the power of this pleasantly yellow smoothie!
Turmeric is a fantastic spice. It’s actually a close relative of ginger, which also shows up in this smoothie. Like ginger, turmeric is a wonderful anti-inflammatory food that has been valued for its healing properties since time immemorial. And mango — well, what needs to be said about this lovely squishy fruit? There’s hardly a fruit in the world more suited for smoothie magic.
A little bit of coconut flakes add a little bit more of that special yumminess only coconut can bring. Another smoothie for the hall of fame. And that bit of ginger with the mango — manifique!
Inflammation! What is it? Why is it? What does it do to your body, and what does it mean for something to be anti-inflammatory? If you’ve ever asked yourself any of these questions then stay tuned, because today we’re talking all about anti-inflammatory foods. Many common chronic illnesses are caused by excessive inflammation, so it’s…