This White Bean and Asparagus Stew contains three powerfoods: asparagus, seaweed, and stevia.
Oatmeal porridge has been a traditional breakfast food for hundreds of years. On a winter day it is so warming to have a steaming bowl of porridge with raisins. In the summer I do not cook them just soak; see my recipe below. I like the old fashioned oats as they have a fuller flavour […]
Quinoa comes from South America with it’s origins from the Inca civilization making it a truly ancient grain. Quinoa has a high protein content, higher then other grains. Quinoa has between 16.2% – 20% protein, while rice has 7.5%, millet 9.9%, and wheat 14%.
The protein quality is unusually high, making quinoa a complete protein. It’s essential amino acid balance is similar to milk! It truly is one of the powerfoods.
Eating Green, Clean and Lean E-book will focus on the 7 principles of health. Principle #1 – Eat Real Whole Food Diana’s health decline began early in life as she was often fed junk food as a child. She only recognized that fact after many years of suffering mysterious health challenges through most of her adult life.
As you will know by reading my article The Best Berry, Saskatoons are my favorite and I am happy to eat them just as they are. For fun I do enjoy a crumble or pie so here is the yummy crumble recipe. SASKATOON BERRY BASE