Healthy cookbooks by karen for sale

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  • Black “Forbidden” Rice

    Did you know that black rice (like brown rice) is a whole grain and is high in iron and fiber? Black rice also contains great levels of the antioxidant anthocyanin (also found in blueberries), which in addition to being a stand up cancer-fighter also plays a role in preventing heart disease and improving memory.

  • Almond Coated Honey Mustard Chicken

    Almond Coated Honey Mustard Chicken

  • Asian Pear Spinach Salad

    Did you know that one cup of spinach has only 7 calories and over 100% of your daily needs of Vitamin A and K? It also has high levels of folate, manganese, magnesium, iron, Vitamin C, and calcium. Spinach has become popular due to its antioxidants, anti- inflammatory and anticancer profile.

  • Berry Banana Chocolate Wontons

    Berry Banana Chocolate Wontons

  • Chicken Lettuce Wraps

    This is a quick and easy recipe that can be made in big batches and served as an appetizer or main course. Your kids will love it because they can help you make it and they get to eat it with their hands, just like at the restaurant! Also, by substituting chicken for beef you save over 70 calories and 7.5 grams of fat per serving.

  • Israeli Salad with Mango or Pomegranate

    1. Combine all the salad ingredients together in a bowl and pour dressing on top.

  • Kale Chips

    Did you know that 1 cup of Kale has over 1000% of your daily needs for Vitamin K, over 150% of Vitamin A, 100% of Vitamin C, and 40% of magnesium? With only 36 calories, 5 grams of fiber and 15% of the daily requirement of calcium and Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), it’s easy to say that Kale is a SUPERFOOD. Kale has been shown to be both an ant

  • Parsley Salad

    Adding seeds to your diet is a great way to help you meet your micronutrient needs for vitamins such as Vitamin E and selenium. These are both antioxidants which help reduce your risk of cancer and heart disease. A little bit can go a long way so add seeds to salads often for the most benefits.

  • Roasted Brussel Sprouts

    Did you know that 1 cup of brussel sprouts has 56 calories and 4 grams of fiber? It also has 100% of your daily needs for Vitamins C and K, and is a very good source of folate, Vitamin A, and potassium.

  • Salmon Teriyaki with Mango

    With all the buzz about Omega 3 Fatty Acids and its associated health benefits for both healthy people and those at risk of cardiovascular disease I decided to experiment with a new recipe to replace my boring old plain grilled salmon. Omega 3’s have become very popular lately because studies have shown that consuming Omega 3 Fatty Acids

  • Zucchini Pie

    Zucchini Pie