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Have you heard of the gut microbiome? It’s one of the hottest topics in nutrition right now, but what is it? And how can you develop a healthy gut for yourself?
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Weight loss can be an attractive benefit of a whole food, plant-based (WFPB) diet. But it’s not a fad, miracle cure, or quick fix; it’s a complete lifestyle, and its benefits go far beyond shedding a few pounds.
Since it’s found pretty much everywhere, it’s important to understand palm oil’s potential health effects and what substitutes to use if you choose to avoid this ingredient in your diet.
Plant-Based Nutrition Certificate Instructor, Dahlia Marin RDN LD shares her personal story of gut health and helping others heal their microbiome.
Power bowls are delicious, but they can also be nutritional powerhouses. They’re an uncomplicated, versatile, and highly customizable way to eat healthy food. This Mexican bowl is a wholesome fiesta of flavors.
These “meaty,” hearty veggie burgers are a healthy version of the popular processed patties. Serve them with your favorite condiments at a summer barbecue or picnic.
This easy noodle bowl recipe is a delicious combination of sweet potato noodles, wholesome ingredients, and a homemade teriyaki sauce.
This burger takes a little more effort than some burger recipes, but it’s totally worth it. The flaxseed keeps the burger from being crumbly, and the beets give it that authentic look that is so popular.
This traditional Spanish soup is perfect for hot summer days. It’s refreshing, light, and super easy to prepare. With only a handful of ingredients, it’ll be ready before you know it!
Using a pressure cooker makes this recipe extra easy, and using two different kinds of cherries makes all the difference. The balance between sweet and tart, the gorgeous color, and the loads of antioxidants make this a bold breakfast that you won’t want to skip.
This is not technically a traditional Buddha bowl, but we do love Alfredo sauce, and serving it as a power bowl is the best way to make sure to get in those extra greens.
There are many very good recipes for scrambles, but most call for tofu. In this recipe, cauliflower takes the place of the tofu—with delicious results.
This one might sound a little odd at first, but it’s delicious! The dates give it just the right amount of sweetness, and as a bonus, you get all the antioxidants of the kale.