Tag: Alkaline

One of the seven principles of eating the Alkaline Way is to select predominately alkaline foods. If you are already in good health, we recommend eating at least 60% alkaline-forming foods. If your immune system is compromised or reacting to something or your health needs to be restored in any way, we suggest an 80% […]Read More

Quinoa is a gluten free grain with a lot of fiber, high in B vitamins, calcium and iron; it also has balanced amino acids which gives it a good protein profile. Before you use quinoa you need to wash it (unless you buy pre-washed) because the outer coating has saponins on it. If they don’t get washed […]Read More

Almond Green Goddess Dressing is creamy, smooth and delicious in this alkaline recipe. Ingredients: 1 cup almonds, presoaked for 8 hours 2 cups spring water or light vegetable stock Juice of 2 lemons ½ bunch parsley, chopped 2 scallions, chopped 2 cloves garlic, chopped Sea salt or tamari (wheat free) Pour 1 cup of water […]Read More

Kale is nutrient-dense, rich in antioxidants and high in fiber. Just 1 cup provides as much calcium as 1 cup of milk. Ingredients: 2 cups kale, rinsed and chopped into thin strips 1 ½ tbsp olive oil ¼ tsp salt 2 clementines, peeled and segmented 1 cup baby carrots, sliced 3 tbsp clementine juice 1 […]Read More

Sunchoke is also known as Jerusalem Artichoke – tuberous roots of a Native North American plant. Its nutty sweetness most immediately lends itself to raw salads, soft purées and creamy soups. It serves as a great potato chip alternative packed with prebiotic goodness, we combine vitamin C-rich brussel sprouts with sunchokes in this easy to […]Read More

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