This is a wonderful, healthy alternative to store bought cereal. This recipe is made of oats, which are a whole grain cereal. Oats contain a specific fibre called beta-glucan. Since 1963, study after study has proven the beneficial effects of this special fibre on cholesterol levels and in stimulating the immune system. Oats are a great… Continue reading Chocolate Hazelnut Granola
This is an easy way to get in more vegetables, raw. I am not a fan of eating raw but the avocado in this recipe makes it delicious. This pasta can be eaten by itself or as an accompaniment with poached salmon or sautéed lemon garlic shrimp too! A food is considered raw if it… Continue reading Avocado Pasta
Chocolate was a huge part of my diet before I was diagnosed. Now I bake without chocolate or even butter, as they are both high in saturated fat. Cacao powder is a great substitute for chocolate. This recipe is primarily avocado, and one avocado has 5 grams of saturated fat, and hence should be eaten… Continue reading chocolate mousse (no baking, no dairy, low fat!)
You’re probably wondering why in the world, anyone would want to go dairy free? Did you know that many scientific studies have shown an assortment of detrimental health effects directly linked to milk consumption? The question you might ask is, where does one get calcium from then? The surprising answer is that not only do… Continue reading 12 weeks of NO dairy products did this to me!