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Spiced Turkey Salad

Spices are a wonderful way to enhance both the flavor and the medicinal power of your meal. Paprika, cumin, black pepper, garlic and cilantro all have unique chemical healing ingredients designed to boost your metabolism – and delight your palate. 218 more words

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Broccoli Scramble

The broccoli provides a phytonutrient called DIM, which is helpful in estrogen metabolism. Using one whole egg and the egg whites from 3 more eggs is a great way to maximize protein and healthy omega-3 fats without losing potent antioxidant lutein from the yolk. 187 more words

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Pork & Snap Pea Lo Mein

Lo mein is a Chinese restaurant takeout favorite that’s easy to make at home. This lo mein recipe features lean pork loin chops and snap peas, but snow peas or asparagus work well too. 215 more words

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Old-Fashioned Hot Cocoa

One of my pet peeves is how the terms “cocoa” and “hot chocolate” get bandied around as if they are one and the same thing. 197 more words

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Stir-Fried Bok Choy

This easy side dish goes well with poultry or fish, especially if they have an Asian flair. Serve with a side dish of brown rice and you’re good to go. 211 more words

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Cauliflower with Cheater Cheese Sauce

So how do you get your kids and other vegetable-challenged family members to eat more of Mother Nature’s treats? Add sauces or dips. Seems to work on most of vegetables abstainers I’ve met. 181 more words

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Raspberries with Orange-Flavoured Cream

I first created this recipe as a breakfast idea for an article I wrote for alive magazine. It combines thawed frozen raspberries with a decadent-tasting, orange-flavoured “cream” made with thickened yogurt, sometimes called yogurt cheese. 245 more words

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