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- I encourage you to try a green this week! Why? Green soups are a great way to get all your greens in the most nourishing way, especially in the winter where cold salads are harder to chew and digest. The cooking process breaks down the lectins which are the “poisons” the plants have to be protected from being eaten. This soup has all the leftover veggies from my fridge. Broccoli, celeriac, celery, spinach oh and brussels sprouts! So nourishing! #guthealth #aip #eatyourgreens
- I encourage you to try a green this week! Why? Green soups are a great way to get all your greens in the most nourishing way, especially in the winter where cold salads are harder to chew and digest. The cooking process breaks down the lectins which are the “poisons” the plants have to be protected from being eaten. This soup has all the leftover veggies from my fridge. Broccoli, celeriac, celery, spinach oh and brussels sprouts! So nourishing! #guthealth #aip #eatyourgreens
- I encourage you to try a green this week! Why? Green soups are a great way to get all your greens in the most nourishing way, especially in the winter where cold salads are harder to chew and digest. The cooking process breaks down the lectins which are the “poisons” the plants have to be protected from being eaten. This soup has all the leftover veggies from my fridge. Broccoli, celeriac, celery, spinach oh and brussels sprouts! So nourishing! #guthealth #aip #eatyourgreens
- You know those dishes where you can't get the food in your mouth fast enough? 110% ONE OF THOSE. @lardercafe thank you. The flavours in this were, THE DREAM. A little pricey but SO Worth it. (Broc, Avo, Green Bean and Almond Salad with Yog dressing, with a salmon fillet) 🥗🐟💚 #EatYourGreens #TheAlmondLady #WhatOliviaAte #TheLarder #HEALTHISWEALTH #salad #SalmonFillet #GreenBeans #Fitrovia #OxfordStreet #LondonFoodie #LondonLunch #LondonBlogger #LondonEats #FoodLondon #GreenBeanTeam #Healthy #GlutenFree #TeamGreen #THEDREAM #DREAMY #WineBarAndCafe
- You know those dishes where you can& #39;t get the food in your mouth fast enough? 110% ONE OF THOSE. @lardercafe thank you. The flavours in this were, THE DREAM. A little pricey but SO Worth it. (Broc, Avo, Green Bean and Almond Salad with Yog dressing, with a salmon fillet) 🥗🐟💚 #EatYourGreens #TheAlmondLady #WhatOliviaAte #TheLarder #HEALTHISWEALTH #salad #SalmonFillet #GreenBeans #Fitrovia #OxfordStreet #LondonFoodie #LondonLunch #LondonBlogger #LondonEats #FoodLondon #GreenBeanTeam #Healthy #GlutenFree #TeamGreen #THEDREAM #DREAMY #WineBarAndCafe
- You know those dishes where you can't get the food in your mouth fast enough? 110% ONE OF THOSE. @lardercafe thank you. The flavours in this were, THE DREAM. A little pricey but SO Worth it. (Broc, Avo, Green Bean and Almond Salad with Yog dressing, with a salmon fillet) 🥗🐟💚 #EatYourGreens #TheAlmondLady #WhatOliviaAte #TheLarder #HEALTHISWEALTH #salad #SalmonFillet #GreenBeans #Fitrovia #OxfordStreet #LondonFoodie #LondonLunch #LondonBlogger #LondonEats #FoodLondon #GreenBeanTeam #Healthy #GlutenFree #TeamGreen #THEDREAM #DREAMY #WineBarAndCafe
- Oh mann Leute 😭 ich hab schon lange nicht mehr sowas geiles gegessen!!!! Die meisten denken sich jetzt wahrscheinlich "die spinnt doch!" aber es ist wahr. I LOVE KALE ❤💚💚💚💚💚💚❤ . Rezept: Kartoffeln kochen, Zwiebeln & Knobi in Pfanne mit KOKOSÖL glasig dünsten, Kale waschen und rupfen, zu den Zwiebeln dazu und auf mittlerer Hitze dünsten, Kartoffeln vierteln und dazu, mit Gemüsebrühe aufgießen und köcheln lassen, Tomaten vierteln und am Schluss mit rein, mit Salz/Pfeffer und Oregano abschmecken. Vor allem das Kokosöl gibt dem ganzen eine tolle Note 👌 . #vegan #veganfood #food #yummy #crueltyfree #veganfoodshare #plantbased #plantpower #healthy #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #whatveganseat #eatplantsnotfriends #vegangirl #veganfoodie #vegangermany #eattherainbow #eatyourgreens #vegandeutschland #veganwerdenwaslosdigga #govegan #glutenfree #veganlunch #vegandinner
- Oh mann Leute 😭 ich hab schon lange nicht mehr sowas geiles gegessen!!!! Die meisten denken sich jetzt wahrscheinlich "die spinnt doch!" aber es ist wahr. I LOVE KALE ❤💚💚💚💚💚💚❤ . Rezept: Kartoffeln kochen, Zwiebeln & Knobi in Pfanne mit KOKOSÖL glasig dünsten, Kale waschen und rupfen, zu den Zwiebeln dazu und auf mittlerer Hitze dünsten, Kartoffeln vierteln und dazu, mit Gemüsebrühe aufgießen und köcheln lassen, Tomaten vierteln und am Schluss mit rein, mit Salz/Pfeffer und Oregano abschmecken. Vor allem das Kokosöl gibt dem ganzen eine tolle Note 👌 . #vegan #veganfood #food #yummy #crueltyfree #veganfoodshare #plantbased #plantpower #healthy #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #whatveganseat #eatplantsnotfriends #vegangirl #veganfoodie #vegangermany #eattherainbow #eatyourgreens #vegandeutschland #veganwerdenwaslosdigga #govegan #glutenfree #veganlunch #vegandinner
- Oh mann Leute 😭 ich hab schon lange nicht mehr sowas geiles gegessen!!!! Die meisten denken sich jetzt wahrscheinlich "die spinnt doch!" aber es ist wahr. I LOVE KALE ❤💚💚💚💚💚💚❤ . Rezept: Kartoffeln kochen, Zwiebeln & Knobi in Pfanne mit KOKOSÖL glasig dünsten, Kale waschen und rupfen, zu den Zwiebeln dazu und auf mittlerer Hitze dünsten, Kartoffeln vierteln und dazu, mit Gemüsebrühe aufgießen und köcheln lassen, Tomaten vierteln und am Schluss mit rein, mit Salz/Pfeffer und Oregano abschmecken. Vor allem das Kokosöl gibt dem ganzen eine tolle Note 👌 . #vegan #veganfood #food #yummy #crueltyfree #veganfoodshare #plantbased #plantpower #healthy #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #whatveganseat #eatplantsnotfriends #vegangirl #veganfoodie #vegangermany #eattherainbow #eatyourgreens #vegandeutschland #veganwerdenwaslosdigga #govegan #glutenfree #veganlunch #vegandinner
- It's been around 7,000 years since chickpeas appeared in Middle Eastern regions, but they weren't cultivated until about 3,000 BC. By the 16th century, Spanish explorers had spread the love of this natural food's nutty, buttery taste and slightly grainy texture beyond Rome and Greece. . Low in saturated fat and very low in cholesterol and sodium, chickpeas contain high amounts of folate (71 percent of the daily value) and manganese (84 percent), which may make the amounts of the other nutrients look a little ineffective. But they're not! You get 29 percent each of the protein and copper you need, 28 percent of the phosphorus, 26 percent of the iron, and 20 percent of the magnesium. The fibre, thiamin, zinc and vitamin B6 are in healthy supply as well. It's a perfect combination and one way to work toward optimum health. Whether canned or cooked from scratch, you get similar nutrients. . One of the most intriguing reports regarding chickpea consumption was that people seemed to have less need to snack on other things on days when they'd included these in their diet. Part of it is the fiber. Two cups of chickpeas supply the daily requirement, and lower your LDL cholesterol and triglycerides – fats/lipids in your blood that can increase your heart disease risk – and help regulate blood sugar levels. . This culinary delight is great in so many dishes, from curries and stews, to spicy vegan burgers, toasted or roasted as a snack and made in to the delightful dip that is hummus. . . . #Chickpea #Hummus #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Garbanzo #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @theironyou
- It& #39;s been around 7,000 years since chickpeas appeared in Middle Eastern regions, but they weren& #39;t cultivated until about 3,000 BC. By the 16th century, Spanish explorers had spread the love of this natural food& #39;s nutty, buttery taste and slightly grainy texture beyond Rome and Greece. . Low in saturated fat and very low in cholesterol and sodium, chickpeas contain high amounts of folate (71 percent of the daily value) and manganese (84 percent), which may make the amounts of the other nutrients look a little ineffective. But they& #39;re not! You get 29 percent each of the protein and copper you need, 28 percent of the phosphorus, 26 percent of the iron, and 20 percent of the magnesium. The fibre, thiamin, zinc and vitamin B6 are in healthy supply as well. It& #39;s a perfect combination and one way to work toward optimum health. Whether canned or cooked from scratch, you get similar nutrients. . One of the most intriguing reports regarding chickpea consumption was that people seemed to have less need to snack on other things on days when they& #39;d included these in their diet. Part of it is the fiber. Two cups of chickpeas supply the daily requirement, and lower your LDL cholesterol and triglycerides – fats/lipids in your blood that can increase your heart disease risk – and help regulate blood sugar levels. . This culinary delight is great in so many dishes, from curries and stews, to spicy vegan burgers, toasted or roasted as a snack and made in to the delightful dip that is hummus. . . . #Chickpea #Hummus #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Garbanzo #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @theironyou
- It's been around 7,000 years since chickpeas appeared in Middle Eastern regions, but they weren't cultivated until about 3,000 BC. By the 16th century, Spanish explorers had spread the love of this natural food's nutty, buttery taste and slightly grainy texture beyond Rome and Greece. . Low in saturated fat and very low in cholesterol and sodium, chickpeas contain high amounts of folate (71 percent of the daily value) and manganese (84 percent), which may make the amounts of the other nutrients look a little ineffective. But they're not! You get 29 percent each of the protein and copper you need, 28 percent of the phosphorus, 26 percent of the iron, and 20 percent of the magnesium. The fibre, thiamin, zinc and vitamin B6 are in healthy supply as well. It's a perfect combination and one way to work toward optimum health. Whether canned or cooked from scratch, you get similar nutrients. . One of the most intriguing reports regarding chickpea consumption was that people seemed to have less need to snack on other things on days when they'd included these in their diet. Part of it is the fiber. Two cups of chickpeas supply the daily requirement, and lower your LDL cholesterol and triglycerides – fats/lipids in your blood that can increase your heart disease risk – and help regulate blood sugar levels. . This culinary delight is great in so many dishes, from curries and stews, to spicy vegan burgers, toasted or roasted as a snack and made in to the delightful dip that is hummus. . . . #Chickpea #Hummus #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Garbanzo #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @theironyou
- Edamame contains proteins, calcium and various vitamins, but unfortunately, these are easily overshadowed by the high amounts of toxins and harmful materials in the beans. The only form of soy that is ideal for human consumption is fermented soy, which is usually available as tempeh, miso and natto, because fermentation deactivates these toxins. . Edamame soybeans contain high amounts of lectins and other harmful toxins, which are introduced to your digestive system when eaten. Unfortunately, the toxic effects of these components may not be easily and immediately observed in your body; however, various disorders and conditions can develop over time. . One of the most pernicious toxins found in edamame are lectins. Plant lectins are proteins that function as a defense mechanism for the plant. Some of these have been observed to be pro-inflammatory, immunotoxic, neurotoxic and cytotoxic. Lectins are commonly found in grains and beans, with soybeans and wheat being the worst sources. Because edamame is an immature soybean, there’s no question that it contains the same alarming levels of this protein as mature soybeans. . In addition to the lectin content, edamame is filled with phytoestrogens. These are chemicals that are functionally similar to estrogen, and can negatively impact male fertility and increase breast cancer risk in women. . . #Edamame #Soy #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Legumes #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @thesoyfoodscouncil
- Edamame contains proteins, calcium and various vitamins, but unfortunately, these are easily overshadowed by the high amounts of toxins and harmful materials in the beans. The only form of soy that is ideal for human consumption is fermented soy, which is usually available as tempeh, miso and natto, because fermentation deactivates these toxins. . Edamame soybeans contain high amounts of lectins and other harmful toxins, which are introduced to your digestive system when eaten. Unfortunately, the toxic effects of these components may not be easily and immediately observed in your body; however, various disorders and conditions can develop over time. . One of the most pernicious toxins found in edamame are lectins. Plant lectins are proteins that function as a defense mechanism for the plant. Some of these have been observed to be pro-inflammatory, immunotoxic, neurotoxic and cytotoxic. Lectins are commonly found in grains and beans, with soybeans and wheat being the worst sources. Because edamame is an immature soybean, there’s no question that it contains the same alarming levels of this protein as mature soybeans. . In addition to the lectin content, edamame is filled with phytoestrogens. These are chemicals that are functionally similar to estrogen, and can negatively impact male fertility and increase breast cancer risk in women. . . #Edamame #Soy #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Legumes #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @thesoyfoodscouncil
- Edamame contains proteins, calcium and various vitamins, but unfortunately, these are easily overshadowed by the high amounts of toxins and harmful materials in the beans. The only form of soy that is ideal for human consumption is fermented soy, which is usually available as tempeh, miso and natto, because fermentation deactivates these toxins. . Edamame soybeans contain high amounts of lectins and other harmful toxins, which are introduced to your digestive system when eaten. Unfortunately, the toxic effects of these components may not be easily and immediately observed in your body; however, various disorders and conditions can develop over time. . One of the most pernicious toxins found in edamame are lectins. Plant lectins are proteins that function as a defense mechanism for the plant. Some of these have been observed to be pro-inflammatory, immunotoxic, neurotoxic and cytotoxic. Lectins are commonly found in grains and beans, with soybeans and wheat being the worst sources. Because edamame is an immature soybean, there’s no question that it contains the same alarming levels of this protein as mature soybeans. . In addition to the lectin content, edamame is filled with phytoestrogens. These are chemicals that are functionally similar to estrogen, and can negatively impact male fertility and increase breast cancer risk in women. . . #Edamame #Soy #Vitamins #RealFood #Digestion #Legumes #NaturalMedicine . . #EatYourGreens #PrettyMuchVegan #HealthyBalancedDiet #PlantBased #PlantBasedDiet #PlantBasedFood #Vegan #VeganFood #Health #HealthyCooking #Cook #Nutrition #Micronutrients #EatHealthy #Nourish #RealFood #WholeFood #Plants #CleanEats #Unprocessed #Unrefined #Kitchen by #jjSafir . . photo credit @thesoyfoodscouncil
- I always wake up super hungry and I don’t know how I used to skip it. I wake up a little bit earlier in the morning so that I can eat . If I’m running short on time I quickly make a smoothie for breakfast on the go!!! ▪️Almond milk 🥛 ▪️Strawberries 🍓 ▪️Banana 🍌 ▪️Blueberries ▪️Superfoods ▪️Chia seeds ▪️Flax seeds What better way to start your day with a simple smoothie that equals 7 salads 🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗?! What’s in your smoothie?
- I always wake up super hungry and I don’t know how I used to skip it. I wake up a little bit earlier in the morning so that I can eat . If I’m running short on time I quickly make a smoothie for breakfast on the go!!! ▪️Almond milk 🥛 ▪️Strawberries 🍓 ▪️Banana 🍌 ▪️Blueberries ▪️Superfoods ▪️Chia seeds ▪️Flax seeds What better way to start your day with a simple smoothie that equals 7 salads 🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗?! What’s in your smoothie?
- I always wake up super hungry and I don’t know how I used to skip it. I wake up a little bit earlier in the morning so that I can eat . If I’m running short on time I quickly make a smoothie for breakfast on the go!!! ▪️Almond milk 🥛 ▪️Strawberries 🍓 ▪️Banana 🍌 ▪️Blueberries ▪️Superfoods ▪️Chia seeds ▪️Flax seeds What better way to start your day with a simple smoothie that equals 7 salads 🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗🥗?! What’s in your smoothie?

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