Recipe #13 is the first one to fall into the “raw” category. I named this one a “beauty bowl” because it is chalk full of good-for-you foods that are AMAZING for both the functioning of your body, as well as the way you look. Allow me to explain.
In this particular dish, you will find:
Mango– chalk full of antioxidants that can help aid against cancer, unclog skins pores, a lot of vitamins and nutrients to help the body feel fuller, helps strengthen your immune system, and is a great source of iron.
Sweet Potato– keeps skin smooth and cell division running smoothly, regenerates collagen, great for healthy hair and beauty sleep. Helps keep you feeling full without the glycemic spike that can contribute to blemishes.
Spinach– highly nourishing to the eyes and the liver, and it contains compounds that protect the lining of the digestive tract from inflammation. Bone strengthening vitamin K is also found in spinach.
Pomegranate– awesome anti-aging powers are found in these tiny ruby seeds. Prevents aging inflammation in the body, helps keep our circulatory systems young by boosting blood flow to organs and cells. A powerful cleaner of lymph and blood for clear, radiant skin.
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Recipe #11. This one is an oldie but a goodie. This photo was taken in my rookie period, during which I had ZERO experience with photographing food and was just beginning to get my toes wet. So please excuse that this food photo isn’t quite up to par with my other ones. That aside, this dish is simple but really manages to hit the spot.
Its gluten-free and sugar-free. It can be made lactose-free by omitting the cheese (though that would really change the nature of the dish). You could substitute in goat cheese which would probably taste pretty good.
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Recipe #8: there is nothing like a delicious, juicy fillet of salmon cooked just right. Loaded with healthy fats, its super satisfying and filling, while somehow managed to feel light. Its not a heavy food. And of course as everyone knows, its so good for you. I love this particular melding of flavors. Be warned though, once you try this one, you might not be able to stop thinking about it until long after you’ve eaten it.
This dish is gluten-free, lactose-free and can be tailored so that its sugar-free as well (though the sugar in this one is minimal).
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