Whether you want a hearty delicious meal, or you want to lead a healthier life, these recipes can provide the support your body needs.
These recipes are varied, but they can provide the body with all the good nutrients you need to stay strong.
It is made with vegetables, lentils, and black beans.
This immune-boosting soup aids in fighting off inflammation.
Not only does it work internally without us noticing, but it can also be warming to our bodies on those colder days, not to mention it’s delicious.
Make it fresh to get the best benefits.
This recipe is one that the whole family could appreciate.
It’s nutritious and delicious.
Although it is labeled as a fall recipe, mashed potatoes are good any time of the year.
Using a homemade gravy and a Hippocratic soup stock, you can get plenty of nutrients in.
Need something quick and easy?
This veggie lentil loaf can be made ahead or whipped up fresh, but no matter how you choose to cook it, you will want to share this recipe with your friends and family.
There are various additional ingredients you can use depending on your palette.
These cabbage rolls are an excellent source of flavonoids that fight off inflammation; they are antidiabetic and have been shown to be involved in anticancer activities.
It also contains vitamin C, manganese, phenols, and fiber.
These all help with the digestive tract and detoxification, and it’s tasty!
This juice sounds like it will fight anything foreign in our system!
The combination of ingredients rejuvenates, are a great source of vitamin A, full of carotenoids, antioxidants, and betalain.
It helps to build immunity and helps to fight off diseases.
Sweet potato kale bowl is a mouthwatering recipe that provides health and flavor all in one bowl.
The main components are kale, sweet potatoes, leeks, herbs, and cashew dressing.
It is plant-based and contains a list of nutrients that support the body’s immune system and other body functions.
It is simple, delicious, refreshing, and takes less than thirty minutes to make.
You will fall in love with this healthy recipe by combining the lemon garlic cashew dressing with the rustic vegetables.
It balances your pH levels and is entirely plant-based.
Make this for the next family cookout!
Made with green lentils, Hippocrates soup stock, and rye bread crumbs, this recipe will have you wanting a thanksgiving meal.
The onion, celery, and herbs all blend together in this robust recipe that provides protein, fiber, folate, B vitamins, and plenty of vitamins A and K.
Packed with nutrients, this recipe can be made with seasonal fruits, onions, peppers, quinoa, and pistachios and topped with a lemon dressing.
It is a vegan and alkaline recipe.
By eating this, you will get plenty of protein; it is low glycemic and provides plenty of fiber.
This make-ahead recipe can be enjoyed cold or warmed.
These are wholly alkaline and are made with millet flakes, chia seeds, plant-based milk, almonds, and a banana.
You can try several variations; this is just a base recipe.
It is also very nutritious and won’t make you feel bloated or uncomfortable.
This flavorful recipe is simple yet packed with nutrients and can be made in no time.
It is full of antioxidants and full of beta carotene.
This combination is known for its cancer-fighting properties and is known to boost immunity, not to mention the incredible skin, eye, and mucous membrane health benefits.
Beets are a huge nutrient powerhouse.
The fiber in this salad helps control blood sugar levels, helps lower cholesterol, and helps promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut.
The citrus dressing contains vitamin C, potassium, and beta carotene.
This recipe is a healthy version of the traditional aioli you may be used to, but it is delicious upon these steamed brussels sprouts.
The main ingredient in this recipe, brussels sprouts, contains vitamin k, vitamin C, fiber, and folate, and they are low in calories.
They are known to protect against stomach, lung, kidney, bladder, and prostate cancer.
14. Apple Pancakes
Sometimes we get that sweet tooth craving, and sugar is not on most diets’ list of approved ingredients.
These apple pancakes are full of flavor and can give you a clean taste of sweetness.
It is made with apples, kiwis, blueberries, and a few other ingredients.
The carrots, celery, quinoa, and herbs are all stuffed within a squash.
This recipe is a meal in itself.
It is an excellent source of fiber, magnesium, calcium, and several essential vitamins.
The combination of all the ingredients provides a powerhouse of nutrition.
Mix up the grain and veggie options to create your own masterpiece.
A raw vegetable soup can be so delicious, especially on warm days.
There are more benefits from eating the soup raw, but you also have the option to warm the soup if you prefer.
It is made with spinach, celery, zucchini, bell peppers, avocados, and many other beneficial ingredients.
This recipe is made with buckwheat which is high in manganese and in mood-enhancing tryptophan.
It is also a great source of fiber and magnesium.
The other great ingredients in this recipe include lime, avocado, cucumber, and radishes.
This recipe provides all the fiber you need and all the vitamin C and copper.
Don’t let the name detour you.
You can eat this recipe whenever you desire, but most squashes are at their best in the fall.
This squash recipe regulates the release of sugar and supports the digestive tract.
The full recipe provides antioxidants, vitamin A, and fiber.
This recipe takes fifteen minutes to make and can be altered to fit your needs.
It is vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free.
This one-dish provides valuable nutrition with almost all the daily values of fiber, tryptophan, threonine, isoleucine, methionine, phenylalanine, and tyrosine met.
This pasta dish does not miss a beat using an alkaline grain.
The alfredo sauce is vegan and alkaline.
Like many other vegetable recipes, this one is loaded with fiber, protein, vitamin C, all B vitamins, and vitamin K.
Not to mention many essential minerals that support our systems.