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Roasted Chickpeas Recipe

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  Make this roasted chickpeas recipe for a healthy snack for you and your little ones. It only takes few minute to prepare, even a 6-year old can do it by himself! In the video, my son Zayd and I show how to make the roasted chickpea recipe from my book, The Detox Way, Everyday… Read More

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8 Reasons to Cook with Cast Iron Pans

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There are many health and culinary advantages to cooking with cast iron pans. Here are 8 reasons, as well as tips for seasoning, cleaning, and maintaining cast iron pans.   Non-stick cookware are popular because they are easy to clean and don’t require a lot of oil. However, non-stick pans, known as Teflon, are coated… Read More


Cauliflower Crust Pizza

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Making a pizza crust from fresh cauliflower is just another way to use this super vegetable in gluten-free, low-carb, and low-calorie baking. Try this simple recipe to satisfy your pizza craving, guilt-free. To be honest, I hate to shame anyone for eating pizza. But let's face it, a traditional pizza with a regular or deep… Read More


Is Cooking with Olive Oil Healthy?

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No two people would argue about olive oil being a healthy antioxidant-packed oil. Cooking with olive oil is another story. In this post, I share my take on cooking with olive oil, whether it’s ok or not, and what you need to watch out for. Olive oil is made of 75% oleic acid, a monounsaturated… Read More


Sauteed Cabbage Recipe

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We've been into cabbage lately. It's one of those veggies that help boost the liver's ability to detox, lower cholesterol, and supply your body with loads of antioxidants. Components in cabbage are also showed to prevent cancers including colon, bladder, breast, and prostate cancers. Polyphenols, a type of antioxidant, are abundant in cabbage. Even the… Read More


Best Oils to Use for Cooking and Salads

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I often get questions about the healthiest oil to cook with, especially the healthiest oil for baking or frying. I answer this question in an is easy-to-use FREE Cheat sheet you can download right here. YES! Aboslutely. Many people who want to improve their diet start with adding vegetables, fruit, cutting out desserts, etc. While… Read More


Mashed Cauliflower Recipe

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Have you ever had mashed cauliflower that tasted better than mashed potatoes? If you said no or 'yeah, right,' I dare you try this recipe. And if you're a fan of garlic, you're in for a treat! Eat Cauliflower to Detox Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable from the cabbage family. If there's ONE word you… Read More


Baked Chicken Fajita

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Few weeks ago, I made his recipe with a group of bright cooking-enthusiastic 12-year old Girl Scouts who wanted to learn about nutrition. There were 15 girls and I divided them into 3 groups to make vegetable soup for an appetizer, baked fajita for the main dish, and a healthy apple crumble for dessert. The… Read More


How to Cook Collard Greens

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I recommend greens often, and collard greens are one of my favorites. They are a nutritional powerhouse, with anti-oxidant, anti-inflammation, and detoxification capacity. I end up writing the recipe 20 times a week to my private patients, and I'm excited I was finally able to take some pictures to share it here with everyone! First… Read More

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Today's post is a homemade jello recipe. Last time, I talked about the health benefits of collagen and gelatin and what you're missing on if you don't include gelatin in your diet. This recipe will show you easy it is to incorporate gelatin and make healthy treats. Growing up, I liked jello. I like the… Read More