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Nut ‘n’ Curry Hummus

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

If you like hummus, here is an interesting twist on the delicious chickpea spread. It has almond butter and curry powder in it to give it a creamy texture and an Indian flavor. When served with rice crackers, this is a perfect… Read More


Refried Beans

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

Refried Beans are a great source of protein. You can give them to your child right out of the can (perfect texture for he/she to feed self) or you can make your own. Canned refried beans are often very salty so by… Read More


Apple Walnut Lentil Loaf

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

This loaf is nice alternative to your traiditonal meat loaf with ketchup. It is a protein packed powerhouse with a delicious savory sweetness due to the raisins and walnuts. No need to top with ketchup because it is topped with a tasty apple butter glaze. Read More


Kale- Its Whats for Dinner

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

Have a bunch of kale but don’t know what to do with it? Or maybe you have been wanting to try kale but are weary of the green leafy vegetable? Here is an absolutely scrumptious way to get you and your family… Read More


Eat Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

Humans have been eating fermented foods since ancient times. However, today it is rare to incorporate a fermented food in your diet. Fermented foods are full of good bacteria and can support a healthy gut and immune system. Here are 5 reasons… Read More


Honey as Medicine

By Sarah Axtell, ND on July 24, 2008

Honey is not only delicious tasting but also good for you! Unlike sucrose, it is rich in vitamins and minerals and contains countless health benefits. Honey can be used as a topical dressing for a wound or can be taken internally to… Read More



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