Liver Friendly Recipes
Doctors and researchers agree that eating a well balanced diet containing the proper number of calories and an appropriate ratio of carbohydrates, proteins and fats are important for your overall health. For people with impaired liver function, proper nutrition takes on increasing importance.
Eating liver friendly recipes not only helps protect and support your liver, but also helps your liver function better and regenerate new, healthy liver cells.
If you haven’t tried tofu as an alternative protein source, the marinade in this recipe gives depth of fresh flavor to what would otherwise be bland tofu. Utilize those summer herbs and veggies to create a full meal.
Not only beneficial for adding sweetness to this smoothie, as a prebiotic/probiotic it is thought to support floral balance in the digestive tract by delivering healthy bacteria and supporting “good bugs” nutritionally.
Using leftover Thanksgiving Turkey is always a challenge. Instead of the traditional turkey sandwich try this healthy soup with chunks of butternut squash and you can even use leftover corn.
We’ve all had or heard about the traditional Campbell’s Soup green bean casserole with fried onion topping. Well, here is a healthier variation to try this Thanksgiving!
Brussels sprouts are in season in October and you can sometimes find them in your local market still on the stalk. Brussels sprouts, like other cruciferous vegetables can help with detoxification.
While you can get frozen rhubarb at anytime, spring is the time to harvest fresh rhubarb from your garden. Try these Rhubarb Walnut Muffins instead of the old strawberry/rhubarb standby.
Those that try to eliminate dairy from their diet find it difficult to stay away from ice cream. This Chocolate Coconut Milk Ice Cream recipe is sure to satisfy that ice cream craving without the dairy.