Tomato Date Chutney

The heat of pungent (spicy) foods in small amounts can bolster your digestive fire. This chutney is sweetened by dates and heated by red chili, mustard seeds, and tomatoes—considered heating due to natural acids. Serve with whole-grain crackers or papad (Indian lentil-flour crisps). Ingredients 1 ½ tbsp ghee 2 small, dried…

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3 Super Seeds You Need

Small yet powerful, seeds offer a satiating combo of protein, fiber, and healthy mono- and polyunsaturated fats. Stock up on these tasty varieties, store them to maximize freshness, and enjoy often. 1. Pumpkin seeds Also known as pepitas, these in-season, chewy green seeds have a lightly sweet, nutty taste. Per…

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3 Healthy Chili Recipes for Fall

  Nothing says fall comfort food like a bowl of chili. For your next get-together, ladle out these hearty variations packed with root veggies and robust Mexican-style flavors. Habanero-Turkey Chili Flexitarian Serves 4 Consider this pot pie a baked version of healing chicken soup, with an Italian twist. INGREDIENTS: 2…

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Wild Rice Stuffing

This hearty dish is a grounding combo of sweet, salty, sour, and astringent, making 
it a powerful way both to strengthen and nourish your tissue layers. Apples and grains add natural sweetness, the broth brings a saltiness, and the cranberries are slightly sour and astringent. Also, the ghee (clarified butter)…

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Miso Soup With Crispy Collards

Miso Soup With Crispy Collards

Miso paste comes in a variety of colors from red to yellow and white, and the darker the miso, the stronger its taste. Since miso is very high in sodium, pair it with low-sodium items for the best balance or opt for low-sodium miso paste. Ingredients 2 tablespoons sesame oil,…

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Sprouted Bean Salad

Sprouted Bean Salad with Lemon and Herb Dressing

This fresh take on a classic is a perfect side to bring to a cookout. Ingredients 1 cup sprouted mung beans 1/2 cup olive oil 2 tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 tbsp Dijon mustard 2 tbsp minced fresh tarragon leaves 1/2 lb fresh green beans, julienned 1 can red beans,…

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Grilled Peaches

Grilled Peaches with Beet Greens and Hot-Pink Dressing

This silky, bright dressing is reminiscent of a luscious buttermilk ranch dressing. Ingredients 1 cup uncooked quinoa 1/2 lb green beans, trimmed 1 14-oz package extra-firm tofu, drained, cut in half vertically 4 firm peaches, halved 1 bunch scallions, trimmed 4 tbsp olive oil, divided 1 small beet, peeled and…

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Mozarella And Vegetable Tarts

Mozarella and Vegetable Tarts

Some days are for lengthy recipes and hours in the kitchen. Some days you and your body just need honest food. When it’s one of those other days, these easy-to-do tarts mozzarella will have your back. These tarts are a step up from the standard frittata. They look a little bit…

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3 Comforting + Flavorful Pot Pie Recipes

Pot pies are a great way to warm up  and fill up on fall veggies. To limit carbs and cook time, swap phyllo dough for traditional crust. Balsamic Chicken–Basil Pot Pie Flexitarian Serves 4 Consider this pot pie a baked version of healing chicken soup, with an Italian twist. INGREDIENTS:…

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Build Your Perfect Superfood Smoothie

Nothing is better than an après-yoga smoothie to keep your energy up (and avoid the PM crash!) throughout the day. Quick, easy and delicious—these four unique smoothie recipes from superfood chef Julie Morris are exactly what you’ve been looking for. Pin or save this handy graphic so you can go…

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Chickpea Tikka Masala (Vegetarian)

This mild veg version of an Indian restaurant favorite shows that Indian food doesn’t have to be ultra-spicy to be good. Tikka Masala is a dish loved the world over, from its origins in India to the UK and the Americas. India has a rich culinary heritage dating back hundreds…

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