We all love a delectable fall-time comfort food feast. The belly bloat and extra pounds, not so much! Skip the unpleasant side-effects this year with these 5 healthy, yet still-delicious Thanksgiving substitutions, and reap more health benefits from your dinner than ever before – now that’s something to be thankful for!
Give thanks with these healthy alternatives!
High in essential fatty acids and good for mood, memory, heart and digestion!
Salmon and other cold water fish are a great source of lean protein, and contain a healthy dose of omega 3 essential fatty acids! It is essential to obtain omega 3 healthy fats from our diet as our bodies can’t produce them for us. Here are 3 simple gluten-free salmon recipes:
Loaded with enzymes and probiotics - healthy and easier than you think!
While it can sometimes be a challenge to find vegetarian options at restaurants, but miso soup is not one of them. Popular in Japanese restaurants and usually served as an accompaniment to sushi, miso is an authentic Japanese paste made from soybeans and fermented grains such as barley or rice. Soybeans are a complete protein, containing all 9 essential amino acids. With it’s versatile flavor, miso can be used in sweet or savory dishes and dressings. Here is a simple recipe for traditional Japanese miso soup.