Wild Salmon with Garlic & Dill

Wild-caught (not farmed) salmon is known to be one of the most nutritious foods. Research has linked this nutrient-dense fish to everything from improving heart, brain, bone, skin and eyesight health to extending life span and preventing heart attacks & cancer. Not only does wild salmon contain one of the highest omega-3 contents of any type of…

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Pumpkin Leek Soup

The cold is coming in which means my slow-cooker is coming out! I put this puppy to work all Fall and Winter long. It’s a huge time saver for me and allows me to make large batches of soup that can be stored in my fridge for the week ahead. If you have some leftover…

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Roasted Lemon Asparagus 

Roasted Lemon Asparagus  INGREDIENTS: 1 bunch asparagus 1 small red onion (finely chopped) 1/2 lemon (juice only) 2 tbsp. olive oil Sea salt and black pepper INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Preheat oven to 350 2. Lay asparagus on a tray, add onion, lemon juice, olive oil, sea salt and black pepper 3. Toss ingredients together 4. Roast…

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Carrot Cabbage Soup

Carrot Cabbage Soup INGREDIENTS: 6-8 large carrots 1/2 head cabbage 1 whole leek 1 cup mushrooms 1/2 lemon (juice only) 1 tbsp. coriander 1 tbsp. cumin 1 tsp. turmeric 1 tsp. sea salt 2 tbsp ghee or coconut oil Filtered water INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Chop and place all vegetables into a slow cooker. 2. Add all…

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Italian Coleslaw 

Did you know? Red cabbage packs a more powerful nutritional profile and more overall antioxidants than green cabbage. For example, red cabbage contains about 85 percent of the daily vitamin C our bodies need, while the green version provides 47 percent. Vitamin C provides antioxidants and collagen protein. The body needs vitamin C to help repair…

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