Supercharging Your Fermented Foods

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Have you cultivated a love for fermented foods yet? Fermented foods are highly celebrated right now, and for good reason. They can help improve your digestion, support healthy gut flora balance, and even help you look and feel better.  Making a high quality ferment is as easy as soaking fresh vegetables in a salt water […]

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Lemon Soy Ginger Marinade

This was too good to keep a secret so I’m sharing it with the world! Combine: Juice of 1 Lemon 1/4 cup Soy Sauce (I actually used Organic Gluten-Free, Low-Sodium Tamari by SAN-J) 2 Tablespoons Olive Oil 1 Tablespoon Toasted Sesame Oil 2 Tablespoons Minced Fresh Ginger 2 Garlic Cloves Minced 2 Tablespoons Minced Fresh […]

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Pan-Seared Zucchini with Lemon Basil Drizzle

One of my favorite vegetables is pan-seared zucchini. I love the way it gets all blackened and crispy on the outside, and delicious on the inside. Zucchini is also one of the easiest vegetables to digest, making it a great healing food. So, when I came across this recipe by Whole Foods Market, I had […]

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Creamy Vegetable Soup

Now that I don’t eat much dairy, one thing I really miss is creamy soups. And who doesn’t love a rich, warm, creamy, delicious bowl of soup? So, I created a recipe that tastes and has the feel, texture and experience of a creamed soup, but without the dairy. And it’s so versatile, you can […]

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Grain-free Pumpkin Bread

I used to love to bake, but once I figured out that my body feels so much better when I eat a relatively grain-free diet, I sort-of just stopped. Most gluten-free, grain-free recipes are dry, flavorless and taste like sawdust. But THIS recipe is too good to keep to myself. Ingredients: 3 eggs 1/4 cup […]

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Superfood Cocktail Recipes

If you joined us for the Grand Reopening of The Health Dimension, you got to sample our Superfood Cocktail recipes. Everyone wanted to know what was in them, how to make them and what the superfood benefits were. So here you go: Sparkling Ginger Cocktail Ingredients: Grated ginger Natural sweetener of choice Sparkling water Method: Using a […]

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Dr Lisa’s Recipe for Homemade Almond Milk

If you haven’t yet caught on to making your own homemade almond milk, this recipe should demystify the process. It is SO easy and the finished product is delicious and well worth it.  A few things to consider before starting: You’ll want to start off with truly RAW almonds, organic if possible. It’s best to […]

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What’s the Deal with Coconut Water?

Fresh coconut water, straight out of the coconut, has got to be one of my favorite beverages of all time. I’ve been drinking it for about 8 years now, but I’ve definitely noticed a recent rise in interest, especially among the raw and paleo diet crowds. So what’s the deal? First of all. . .the […]

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When You Just Can’t Seem to Get Enough Greens

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Once you’ve gone on a green-juice kick, right away you begin to see all the natural benefits of consuming a high quantity of nutrients on a regular basis. You skin begins to glow, your energy skyrockets, your aches and pains go away, you may even lose weight. . .just to name a few of the oh-so-many […]

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Chia Pudding

chia seed coconut milk pudding recipe

I never know what to eat for breakfast. For anyone with blood sugar issues, I recommend always breaking a fast (first meal of the day) with protein. Otherwise, your body will be struggling with blood sugar swings the rest of the day. But I see a lot of vegan patients who won’t eat eggs or animal […]

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