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    Healthy for the Holidays II

    A compilation of healthy recipes from all the players in the Healthy for the Holidays Challenge running from November 25 to December 31.
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    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Warm, Comforting, Spicy! Something I like to make around the Holidays! Festive! You can also simmer it in a pot on your stove. Your guest will say how wonderful your house smells! Hey and if you`re trying to sell your house put this on.It will make the home buyer very comfortable. The spices can be played with. If you don`t like cloves leave them out.

    Recipe #48626

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A great juice for the cold season. Ginger, and parsley supplies zinc for is antiviral activity. Pineapple contains bromelain,which is an effective anti-inflammatory agent for sore throats. The juice is also loaded with beta-carotene and vitamin C. Try to use organic produce.

    Recipe #51245

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Great for those Hot Summer nights you wish you were somewhere your not. This drink will take you there! It's got a Spicy Kick!

    Recipe #58945

    44 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Forget the coffee. This is a great way to start the day! Cleanse from the inside out. Cleanse the body of impurity by rinsing the system and stimulating digestion. Drinking this first thing in the morning will also help to "tone" your body because lemon stimulates cleansing of both the gallbladder and liver. Relieves symptoms of indigestion such as heartburn, bloating and belching. Controls constipation and diarrhea by eliminating waste efficiently. Cleanses the Liver.

    Recipe #59070

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Juice & Go! Don't forget to mulch or save the fiber for soup! Use fresh organic produce! And don't use tops of carrots (toxic)!

    Recipe #65206

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A quick healthy breakfast for those on the run or a healthy dessert!

    Recipe #92369

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    If you want to keep it low fat use skim milk. Or go for it thicker use vanilla ice cream.

    Recipe #92616

    1 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I just found they now sell watermelon vodka. So of course I had to make something with it.This drink is refreshing and pretty.

    Recipe #93110

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Fruity and Spicy (cinnamon sticks,allspice, cloves, cardamom pods, vanilla bean) Cider to warm the soul!

    Recipe #105942

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    An Apple a day! This is the basic juice that you can add any veggie you like. This base is sweet and healthy. Be sure to use organic produce.

    Recipe #118433

    2 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Ginger, Beet, Apple, Pineapple & Carrots make up this cleansing drink. This is a great alternative to that morning coffee. On the run this is made quicker then the coffee and can be put into that mug to take on the road.

    Recipe #118451

    27 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Drink this in place of coffee or tea. It tastes good and is an excellent source of iron, B vitamins and calcium.

    Recipe #118880

    22 Reviews |  By Rita~

    The eggplant just melts away just like the meat!!!!!!!!! You can use beef,veal and or chicken! You can also make this on the stove top or in a crock pot. Top it with Grated Cheese!!!!!

    Recipe #50610

    11 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is one of Christina Pirello's recipes! Crisp and light!

    Recipe #51785

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This I got from Dr Weil's site. Cabbage is a true vegetable treasure, widely underappreciated. It is low cost and highly nutritious. Along with the other cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and kale), cabbage provides significant amounts of fiber, vitamin C and an important class of nutrients called indoles. Research on indoles is focusing on their ability to protect against both breast and prostate cancer. An additional bonus in this savory side dish is the mushrooms. Use the more flavorful (and healthful) shitake mushrooms if you can find them.

    Recipe #53917

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This is a DR Weil Recipe. Tip: Live Longer by Eating Fish? Maybe. Fatty fish from cold northern waters (such as salmon) are a great source of omega-3 fatty acids, the special polyunsaturated fats our bodies need for optimum health. This weekend, try this wonderful and easy recipe that even non-fish eaters will love.

    Recipe #54119

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Kasha boasts a wonderfully nutty flavor when toasted. You can buy it already toasted. If you buy the untoasted variety, toss it lightly in a dry skillet over medium heat until it colors. Hearty, but not too heavy, kasha is a staple of Northern Europe and Russia traditionally served as an accompaniment to meats, in pilafs or as the essential ingredient in many traditional Jewish dishes like kasha varnishkes. Exotic though it may sound, kasha is just basic buckwheat groats, used like a grain, but botanically just a cousin of true grains. Once only available through specialty grocers, you'll find kasha in many health food stores and supermarkets now as well. So, by all means, go nuts with kasha!

    Recipe #54121

    39 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Root vegetables (with the exception of potatoes and carrots) are some of the most overlooked and under appreciated food stuffs around. But these nutritional storehouses are hidden treasures worthy of your notice. Not only are they available in winter when other vegetables are hard to find, they are also very inexpensive. Experiment with turnips, rutabagas, beets and parsnips, and learn what they have to offer in taste and versatility. Rutabaga (also known as swede) is an accidental vegetable -- the result of a chance hybridization of turnips and cabbage. Like carrots, they're low in sodium and high in vitamin C. The flavor of all root vegetables will be enhanced by selecting fresh, firm produce (preferably organically grown) and storing it carefully. Turnips and potatoes should be stored in a cool, dark place out of the refrigerator. The rest of these roots will keep well in the refrigerator for at least a week. From Dr. Weil

    Recipe #54134

    9 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Serve with a bed of white rice.

    Recipe #60568

    4 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Thanks to Dr. Weil for this recipe. For a quick and exciting meal, this healthful version of a popular Mexican dish is hard to beat. The baked tofu neatly replaces beef and, along with olive oil, provides good fat. Nonfat whole-wheat tortillas make very good fajitas. They have none of the hydrogenated fat of conventional white-flour tortillas and give you some fiber.

    Recipe #61406

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