Lemon Asparagus Quinoa/Buckwheat (from yumuniverse)

A delicious side to serve with a white fish or also great as a meal in and of itself. The quinoa has your protein, the nuts your healthy fat and asparagus is rich in many vitamins including the important and hard to get vitamin K. I love the warmth you get from the white wine and thyme combined with the lightness of the lemon and richness of the dressing. 

Peanut Butter Pumpkin Balls ( adapted from Balanced Being)

Filling and packed with superfoods. The chia and flax give you both a nice dose of Omega 3's and soluble fiber. The peanut butter and oats will help keep you satisfied  and the anti-oxidant rich pumpkin is a tasty bonus. keep them in your purse as a great snack or a sweet tooth satisfying healthy desert.  swap the peanut butter for almond butter and add some dairy free chocolate chips for a yummy twist. 

Cinnamon/Ginger/Tumeric "Tea"

Hello Anti-inflamatory! This is my go to cure all brew for all that ails. There is rarely a time (especially in winter) when I don't have some cooking on the stove or ready to go in the fridge. Turmeric is an amazing anti-inflamatory, ginger is great for digestion and cinnamon helps balance blood sugar. Sip this yummy drink all day long and keep your body balanced. 

Millet/chickpea/kale all in one meal

Millet is probably my favorite grain. Don't get me wrong, I'm nuts about quinoa too, but technically quinoa is a seed, not a grain. Heart healthy and packed with nutrients like magnesium, copper and phosphorous this dish is a great all in one lunch.

 

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