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Typically fried, this traditional Indian delicacy forgoes the extra fat and calories by baking the kofta and nixing the oil from the sauce. The fresh lemongrass and curry leaves offer up a burst and balance in the sauce that might become a little addictive.
I love this hearty, yet light stew that introduces summer's harvest! The squash pulls it all together, bringing the soup to a stew-like consistency and the lemon at the end brightens it all up. I hope you like it as much as I do!
Dark leafy greens - CHECK. Cruciferous vegetable - CHECK. High fiber - CHECK High protein - CHECK Zero processed crap - CHECK All the good stuff you hear is good for you in a tasty little package. GLUTEN FREE/SUGAR FREE/VERY LOW FAT/LOW SODIUM You're gonna rock this roll.
Is there anything better than cheese in a jar?! Creamy, pourable, delicious cheese -- It's droolfest! When Exam Room Podcast Chuck Carroll invited Dr. Jim Loomis and I on to talk about chronic inflammation, I knew I had to come up with a hit-it-out-of-the-ballpark kind of recipe.Something sweet, so,...
These cookies are a powerhouse for your bod! The beans deliver protein and fiber, the flax and the walnuts usher in omega-3s and even more fiber! You won't be slapping any hands caught in the cookie jar this time.
This thick, chunky and oh, so creamy tomato soup has a lot of little secrets, but one of them is the use of San Marzano tomatoes. Italy's little gem is a must for that great flavor here.
This super thick and chunky nutritional powerhouse of a soup is bold and just plain awesome. You'll make it all year round.
Using the name 'pesto' liberally, this kale and basil spread does have hints of the popular dish, just without the oil and dairy. But, boy, will you still loooove it!
This deliciously light, yet creamy and filling soup will offer a boost in your immune system keeping those sniffles away all winter long.
Dr. Loomis does it again with this deliciously creamy dressing! Its bursting with flavor and so very easy to make! you'll be eating it with a spoon-- he does!
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