Excellent source of plant-based protein from tofu and soy milk. Soy-based foods, such as tofu and soy milk, support the maintenance of bone and immune health and healthy brain function. They’re also a great source of protein, which decreases cravings. Makes 1 serving(s) Ingredients 1 cup vanilla soy milk ½ medium banana ¾ cup strawberries […]

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Excellent source of vitamin A from butternut squash. Vitamin A may promote vision, immune function, bone health and cell integrity. For those in recovery, its vitamin B6 is essential for proper functioning of the nervous and immune system. One cup of this delightful member of the gourd family provides nearly half the recommended daily dose […]

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Excellent source of protein from quinoa. Quinoa is a wonderful recovery food because it’s an excellent source of protein as well as fiber, phosphorous, magnesium, iron and calcium. It’s also gluten-free and easy to digest. Makes 5 serving(s) Ingredients 1 teaspoon canola oil 1 clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon onion, diced 2/3 cup quinoa 1 […]

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Thank you to Jessica Cording for featuring my Edamame Hummus recipe on her blog Keeping It Real Food. Jessica is a registered dietitian (RD) and writer based in New York City.

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Spring has finally arrived, which means warmer weather, an opportunity to grow, and a new produce selection to look forward to. While you might already be spring cleaning your home, you may also want to consider spring cleaning your diet. What kinds of produce are now available in the spring season? Strawberries Peas Fava beans […]

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Excellent source of vitamin B1 from lentils. Vitamin B1 supports maintenance of mental function and helps regulate metabolism. Lentils are legumes and a great source of protein and fiber — the best food combination to curb cravings. Makes 6 serving(s) Ingredients 1 cup uncooked brown rice or 2 ½ cups cooked brown rice 2/3 cup […]

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