Posts tagged easy healthy recipes
FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTHY EATING PART VIII: COOK AT HOME (EVEN A LITTLE)

You don’t have to be a wizard in the kitchen or spend hours every day cooking complicated meals entirely from scratch, but spending a little more time creating balanced meals with whole food ingredients is an investment in your health that you’ll never regret. With just a few hours spent in the kitchen each week, you can reap the benefits of more health promoting nutrients in your diet. Think better digestion, increased energy, more stable moods, clearer skin, improved immunity and so much more!

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ROASTED SPATCHCOCK CHICKEN WITH ROOT VEGETABLES & GREENS (serves 4-6)

This mouth-watering recipe is loaded with simple but delicious vegetables, herbs and spices you can find easily in your cabinet or local grocery store. The beauty of this meal? The simple ingredients come together in a cozy, fulfilling meal that’s perfect for Sunday dinner, easy entertaining or fast meal prep. The flavors are to die for, as are the heavenly aromas that will fill your house while it’s all roasting! I cook this meal a few times a month and use the leftovers throughout the week in salads, wraps and buddha bowls. PS. You’ll never believe it’s effortlessly gluten, dairy, soy, corn and sugar free. Totally allergy and special protocol friendly!

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MFW FAST & EASY GREEN CURRY

Being adventurous and experimenting with ethnic foods and seasonings has been a game changer in my kitchen and in my diet. Case in point? This simple, fast green curry that will have you fighting over leftovers!

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MFW'S DECEPTIVELY HEALTHY CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

The beauty of this divine take on the classic chocolate chip cookie recipe? You will NEVER believe it's free from gluten/grains, dairy, eggs, refined sugar and soy. These babies really are too good to be true. In other words, my sensitive tummy (and yours) can have the cookie and eat it too!

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FUNDAMENTALS OF HEALTHY EATING PART VI: 35 EASY WAYS TO EAT MORE WHOLE FOODS

Interested in eating more whole foods but don’t know where to start? This post is chock full of ideas for incorporating more vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, and other powerful and nourishing foods into your diet in beautifully simple ways. The best part? When you focus on adding delicious and nutritious foods to more meals and snacks, you naturally start to eat less of the processed gunk over time. Now THAT is what I call a realistic, sustainable approach to healthy eating! 

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