veggieomnom:

Chickpea patty on toasted whole wheat bread with spinach, tomato, and sweet potato fries.

veggieomnom:

Chickpea patty on toasted whole wheat bread with spinach, tomato, and sweet potato fries.

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veganfoody:

Baked Smashed Potatoes

veganfoody:

Baked Smashed Potatoes

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veganfoody:

Open Your Heart Cake (Raw)


Features!

I’m looking to feature some of my followers! Your blog doesn’t even have to be focused on food or your lifestyle. It can be wellness, workouts, animals, personal, whatever. You’ve just got to be vegan, vegetarian, or interested! I want to help connect people to some quality, like-minded blogs no matter their theme.

So if you’re interested in being featured just send me a little info about yourself that you’d want everyone to know. I’ll be checking these out and posting some in the next few days. Thanks for following!


yackattack:

Pecan Persimmon Oatmeal
A warm, aromatic oatmeal filled with sweet persimmon, crunchy pecans and spices.
Make this for breakfast by getting the recipe at Vegan Yack Attack!

yackattack:

Pecan Persimmon Oatmeal

A warm, aromatic oatmeal filled with sweet persimmon, crunchy pecans and spices.

Make this for breakfast by getting the recipe at Vegan Yack Attack!

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sailorvegan:

beautifulpicturesofhealthyfood:

Lentil spaghetti bolognaise - the ‘spaghetti’ is made with zucchini and the ‘mince’ is made with lentils…RECIPE

In love with this!


vegnews:

Need we say more? Vegan and Jewish, represent! Or just a potato enthusiast, that works too.
Click here or above for the recipe!

vegnews:

Need we say more? Vegan and Jewish, represent! Or just a potato enthusiast, that works too.

Click here or above for the recipe!

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evepostapple:

Top 10 Detoxifying Foods

1. Beets - You can’t beat beets! Beets are full of vitamins B3, B6, C and beta-carotene. They’re also a valuable source of iron, magnesium, zinc and calcium — all necessary to promote optimal detoxification and elimination. Beets also support good gallbladder and liver health — organs that are paramount for breaking down and removing toxins. The high amount of fibre in beetroot improves digestion and helps eliminate bodily waste.

2. Sea Vegetables - Often known as seaweeds, these amazing foods house powerful antioxidants that help to alkalize the blood and strengthen the digestive tract. The algin in seaweeds absorb toxins from the digestive tract in much the same way a water softener removes the hardness from tap water. Sea vegetables offer the broadest range of minerals of any food, containing virtually all the minerals found in the ocean — the same minerals that are found in human blood. 

3. Dandelion - Dandelions are considered a powerhouse food full of nutrients that are essential for anyone regularly eating the “Standard American Diet” (SAD). They’re a rich source of minerals and provide a variety of phytonutrients. They’re super antioxidants that support cleansing of the digestive tract and offer great liver support. 

4. Broccoli Sprouts - Broccoli is part of the powerhouse brassica family of vegetables. Broccoli contains important phytochemicals that are released when they’re chopped, chewed, fermented, cooked or digested. The substances are released then break down into sulphorophanes, indole-3-carbinol and D-glucarate, which all have a specific effect on detoxification. Broccoli sprouts can actually provide more benefit than regular broccoli as they contain 20 times more sulfurophane.

5. Flax Seeds - Ground flaxseeds provide a wonderful source of fibre that helps to bind and flush toxins from the intestinal tract. They’re also a great source of health promoting omega 3 oils. Try consuming two tablespoons of gound flaxseeds in lemon water every morning

6. Lemon - Who doesn’t love lemon? This wonderful fruit stimulates the release of enzymes and helps convert toxins into a water-soluble form that can be easily excreted from the body. Drinking lemon water, which is alkaline-forming, first thing in the morning will help to balance out the acidity of foods we’ve consumed. Don’t forget to add your ground flaxseeds to enhance toxin removal. 

7. Garlic - No detox plan should be without some garlic: It’s a powerful antiviral, antiseptic and antibiotic. Ridding your body of these pathogenic microbes can reduce endogenous (made by your body) toxins. The vital sulphuric compounds garlic contains makes it an essential detoxifier. 

8. Artichoke - Artichokes are not only a very tasty food, they’re also incredibly healthy. Artichokes have been shown to increase bile production and purify/protect the liver. They also have a mild diuretic effect on the kidneys, ensuring proper removal of toxins once the liver breaks them down.

9. Curcumin - Curcumin is the active ingredient in the spice turmeric, which gives it its yellow color. The rate at which your detox pathways function depends on your genes, your age, lifestyle and a good supply of nutrients involved in the detox process.

10. Apples - Apples are full of wonderful nutrients. You get fibre, vitamins, minerals and many beneficial phytochemicals such as D-Glucarate, flavonoids and terpenoids. All of these substances are used in the detox process. 

(source: Huffington Post)

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