Let’s face it, the environment most of us live in can be filled with pollutants, and you even come in contact with toxins.
Some of our food choices can also have our bodies feeling overwhelmed.
An alkaline diet is the best option for hitting that restart button.
Specifically speaking on Dr. Sebi’s approach, these foods will help to cleanse the body and nourish the cells to promote healing and rejuvenation.
This recipe is sure to hit the spot and is filled with garbanzo beans, peppers, spices, and vegan sausage links!
This stew recipe is loaded with plant-based protein, fiber, omega-six fatty acids, folate, vitamin A and vitamin K.
The ingredients married together in this stew bring out a robust soul-satisfying dinner.
You won’t find soy, GMOs, artificial ingredients, or animal products in this recipe.
By using mushrooms, you can create a scallop-like texture.
This recipe has all the approved ingredients that create a simple spicy alfredo dinner using a homemade sauce.
Feel free to switch out the style of mushroom to a king oyster mushroom to make it look more scallop-like.
Nothing says health like a plate full of flavor and nutritious ingredients.
This plant-based recipe uses mushrooms, squash, garbanzo beans, and spices to create a perfectly balanced meal.
You are guaranteed to get your daily amount of folate and vitamin K in this meal.
Some of you may have never tried crab cakes before becoming vegan, but this recipe will open your palate to new flavors and textures.
The spices and liquid flavors combine together to create a mouthwatering meal.
Serve on top of a bed of greens or with a Dr. Sebi-approved grain.
Going vegan can be hard to give up some of your favorite comfort foods.
For some, a mash with gravy is hard to duplicate, but this recipe will have you going for more.
This mashed chickpea and gravy recipe is delicious and more nutritious than its counterpart.
A nice warm bowl of ramen is all you need on a cold day.
The enoki mushrooms act as the noodles, which create the chewy noodle texture, and they absorb the flavorful broth.
The combined spices add a kick of heat, and the whole recipe is packed with Vitamin E benefits.
A good bowl of pasta can make the perfect ending to your day!
This pasta dinner recipe is not only alkaline but consists of flavor, texture, and beneficial nutrients that create a pH-balanced environment within yourself.
By using Kamut flour noodles, this recipe is Dr. Sebi-approved!
Who doesn’t love pizza?
Pizza as a vegan can be challenging to duplicate and even more as an alkaline vegan.
By using spelt flour and adding spices, you can have a flavor crust.
Use the recipe also to make your sauce and cheese.
Topping combinations are endless as long as you use alkaline ingredients.
Who doesn’t like a good nugget?
This recipe uses quinoa, zucchini, hemp seeds, spices, and herbs to make one unique yet tasty nugget recipe.
Pair them with homemade tahini or ketchup-like sauce.
You can also create a side of gazpacho or top your salad with them.
This recipe is quick, easy, and delicious.
There are days when we just don’t have the time to cook a full meal.
This recipe is quick yet flavorful enough to satisfy your belly with arugula, red onion, cherry tomatoes, and much more that make up this wrap.
This refreshing recipe will keep the whole family content with a combination of mushrooms and walnuts to give it a meaty texture.
The herbs will also give it an authentic zesty pizza flavor.
These zucchini boats will have you wanting more!
Quinoa is a delicious grain that is approved in many healthy diets.
Stuffed in a mushroom cap with walnut, herbs, and tomato can make one delicious meal.
These stuffed mushrooms can be placed on top of a bed of greens or served on zoodles.
It’s simple; it’s easy and nourishing.
Curry is a dish that found its way from India into our homes.
The red peppers in this recipe are known for vitamin C, vitamin B6, and folate.
Coconut milk, chickpeas, tomatoes, and a mix of grains create a robust flavorsome dinner recipe.
These meatballs have the Italian zest and all the Dr. Sebi-approved ingredients to go with them.
They don’t need to be paired with noodles, but it’s an option.
They can also be placed in a soup or served with a side of steamed greens.
Smother them in your homemade sauce, and enjoy!
This simple meal combines some of the most alkaline ingredients.
The added hemp seeds and avocado oil are rich in healthy fast, add flavor, and have been shown to promote numerous health benefits.
Quinoa alone contains all nine amino acids and plenty of vitamins and minerals.
Nothing is easier than throwing all the ingredients into your pot.
This medley has all the flavor and textures you want from a one-pot meal.
Not only is this recipe alkaline, but it also targets inflammation.
The butternut squash, watercress, walnuts, and quinoa all absorb your homemade broth creating a savory dish.
Adding a little spice to your meal can really “spice” things up!
This sesame squash recipe can be used as a side dish or snack or served with a side of approved grains.
This recipe is so simple that you will find yourself making this dish often.
A mouthwatering burger is all you need to complete your week.
Try this Dr. Sebi burger recipe that is rich in nutrients and flavor.
You will regularly munch on this recipe with simple ingredients like quinoa, garbanzo beans, and flour.
Sandwich these patties with an approved grain bun.
This zoodle recipe is refreshing and filling. You won’t be missing grain-style noodles once you try this recipe.
While enjoying a bowl of these zoodles, you won’t feel the guilt or bloating of traditional noodles.
The creamy-like texture of the sauce mixed with the tomatoes and zoodles makes for a perfect dinner recipe.
20. Portobello Tacos
Tacos are a crowd favorite!
You will create one hearty taco by using a Kamut flour tortilla, bell peppers, onions, and the meaty portabella mushroom.
They are “Dr. Sebi” friendly but don’t lack in flavor.
Use this recipe for your next taco Tuesday.
Cream sauces are one of the most common foods that can throw off your pH balance, but this recipe does the opposite.
The cream sauce made from homemade broth, onions, tahini butter, and mushrooms will help maintain the alkalinity in your body.
When we are feeling less regular, we often reach for a salad.
It is no wonder that this salad made this list.
This recipe is made up of cherry tomatoes, avocado, onions, and a homemade dressing. It is so easy to combine the ingredients and is a cooling recipe.