This simple yet nourishing whole grain salad will tame the hungriest of appetites! Recipe adapted from Dr. Neal Barnard’s book, Breaking the Food Seduction.
This is the ultimate, healthy breakfast powerhouse! Your arteries will thank you! Click here for the 5-minute demo of this recipe and to see the effects of freezing tofu!
Used as a sauce over noodles, dipping sauce with wraps, or as a salad dressing, this simple creamy peanut sauce can be made low-fat by using PB2 or with natural peanut butter.
This chili bean dip is a flavorful and creamy punch of protein and nutrients! Serve with baked corn chips or veggies for a terrific appetizer or snack. Click here for the 2-minute video showing how simple it is to make this delicious dip.
Miso, also known as soybean paste, is a traditional Japanese food. It is most commonly used for making miso soup. This recipe uses white miso which has a mellow, slightly sweet flavor. The shiitake mushrooms in this soup add vitamin D, an important nutrient for cancer prevention. Recipe from The Cancer Survivors Guide by Dr. Neal Barnard.