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Healthy Substitutions: Omelet

  • Annamaria T

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Warm Mango With Chili Agave

Avocado and Kale Salad With Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Egg Whites With Cinnamon and Blueberry

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Martha Stewart’s Longevity Recipes

Reactive Foods List

  • Caroline

    Good question... Is it a food that may cause allergy?

  • Kim Arcadipane

    Dr Oz: What Are Reactive Foods? The Plan anti-diet leans heavily on the concept of reactive foods, so it’s important to know what those are if you are going to try this system. Lyn-Genet Recitas said that on day four, she has people add goat cheese to their diets. If you were to notice gas, bloating, or weight gain after adding goat cheese or any other ingredient into your diet, you would learn that this is a reactive food for you and you shouldn’t have it in your diet. Even small servings can lead to big weight gain if that food is reactive for you. Lyn-Genet said that adding foods back into your routine helps you build up a menu of good foods you know you can eat that will help you lose weight.

  • Rebekah Montgomery

    "The immune system’s response to an inflammatory diet diverts the body’s energy from healing and repair and allows whatever is latent in our genetic makeup to “kick up” whatever is chronic (arthritis, migraines, depression) and worsen." {from the link}

  • Ashley Bruny

    how do I use this resource? what exactly is it and how does it work?

  • radenka korjenic

    Still do not understand. Higher procentage means higher risk?

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Golden Ticket Tacos

Fat-burning Chickpea Muffins

  • Robin Barrett

    Wish I had read all the comments before making this because it looks nothing like the photo and wasn't that great even after I added cinnamon, nutmeg, applesauce and some agave nectar. Recipe tester, back the drawing board.

  • Ellie Loggins

    these we DISgusting!!!! first of all how were they supposed to rise or stay together? there was nothing in the recipe to do that. mine just tasted like dried out ground chickpeas and carrots.... NASTY!!! I ended up throwing them away, I hate doing that to food. any suggestions on how to make them as delicious as they look in the photo or are these a lost cause?

  • God's Garden Of Eden God's Garden Of Eden

    oh-la-la ... sounds delicious (as well as awesome for the belly)

  • Debra McFadden

    These turned out terrible. I used the food processor, so that doesn't help. I ended up with baked ground up garbonzo beans.

  • Hazel Anderson

    I'm not allowed chickpeas :-(

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Oven-Fried Fish and Chips

Surf and Turf

Chicken Soup

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The 24-Hour Antioxidant Diet

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Dr. Oz's 48-Hour Weekend Cleanse Recipes

  • Lee Torre (Love Advice Guy)

    I've learned to LOVE GREEN FOODS! Lol....

  • Mary Rossi

    I have never juiced before but tried this cleanse. Actually liked the quinoa and prunes. Did not love the juice but I am sure the kale is good for you. The Smoothie was awesome and the soup was a little spicy but eatable. Not sure if it did anything for me but I did it for 48 hours and survived.

  • Lilia Knox

    How u make this or what are the ingredients

  • Rebecca Kinkead

    Ingredients (Makes 1 Serving) 1/2 cup quinoa, rinsed 1 cup water 1 pinch nutmeg 1 tsp grated ginger 1 tbsp flax seed oil 1/3 cup chopped prunes 1/4 cup rice milk Directions In a small pot, stir 1/2 cup quinoa, a pinch of nutmeg and 1 tsp of grated ginger into a cup of water. Bring to a boil. Reduce the heat, cover the pot and simmer for 10 minutes. Stir in the prunes and rice milk. Cover again and cook another 5 minutes. Before serving, stir in 1 tbsp of flax seed oil.

  • Lilia Knox

    Thank u Rebecca :-)

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Slow-Cooked Carnitas Tacos

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Turkey Chili with White Beans

  • Carol Baird

    This is so good. I've had it.

  • Melissa T

    This sounds great!

  • Peak Fitness

    I think I will have to try this recipe.

  • Susan Bonheim

    WHY put "2-3 Asian chilies" and ANY "Garlic" in Chicken soup??? I make Chicken soup ALL the time and so did my Mother,,,,and never used any type of "chilies" or "garlic" in it, ever. It really isn't necessary. You could add diced Parsnips to it though. Nor do you need to cook the chicken before you start cooking the soup. Just add the raw chicken to the broth in the cooking of the soup...remove the chicken bones after the soup is finished. :)

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Yogurt Marinated Chicken Breasts with Quinoa "Tabouli"

Chicken Taco

  • Ginger Gualco

    Looks delicious

  • Debra McGinnis

    Looks Yummy !

  • Carla E.

    This looks so delicious!

  • Express Homebuyers

    probably dumb question but is the actual recipe written somewhere on this site?

  • Cheryl Lynne

    Ingredients Serves 1 1 whole wheat tortilla 4 oz ground chicken 1/4 cup canned corn 2 tbsp black beans 2 leaves romaine lettuce 1/4 cup chopped tomatoes Directions Sauté the ground chicken until the meat is thoroughly cooked through. Assemble the chicken, black beans, tomatoes, lettuce and canned corn into the whole wheat tortilla serve up and enjoy!

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Lean Turkey Meatloaf with Whole Wheat Breadcrumbs and Mashed Potatoes

Whole Wheat Penne Pasta with Broccoli Rabe & Sausage

Snack Attack!

Elisabeth Hasselbeck suffers from Celiac disease, and her cookbook features lots of delicious gluten-free dishes, including this Asian favorite, veggie pad thai.

This salad helps boost thyroid function and increase your energy. Kale, rich in vitamin a, is essential to thyroid. Add carrots, kelp flakes and sunflower seeds, then top with tahini and pinch of celtic salt.

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