May Recipes #1

Here are some of my favorite healthy recipes. These three are so easy.

Oatmeal recipe     Oats are known to flush cholesterol out of the system and can have healing effects on the nervous, reproductive, and digestive systems.   I use Steel Cut oats which are least processed and can be found gluten free!

Cinnamon is known for balancing blood sugar and relieving cold and flu symptoms.

Almonds and walnuts are high in healthy fatty acids.  They are alkalinizing, helping to heal imbalances caused by acidic foods which are responsible for the inflammation in our bodies.

Grade “B” Maple Syrup is a naturally processed sweetener that comes from trees.



Pin Healthy sweet potato recipeThe Sweet Potato Fries are so delicious, I could eat the whole pan.

Sweet Potatoes contain lots of great nutrition.  They are full of antioxidants, and vitamins.  They contain up to 213% of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin A and 52% of the daily recommended intake of Vitamin C, along with beta carotene, fiber, and other B Vitamins.  At only about 180 calories a potato, they are sweet, delicious, and excellent for regulating blood sugar.



PIn Healthy Shake recipeo                  Peanut Butter Cup Shakeology

This is one of my favorites. With the Chocolate and Peanut Butter it tastes just like a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup without all the empty calories and sugar.  This delicious meal or snack can be mixed up in a blender in minutes.  If you are on the go or live a crazy, busy life, it is an excellent healthy choice.

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Stay tuned for more healthy recipes every week.  You can find the recipe index under “Eat Smart, ” “Recipes.”  Please comment below or offer suggestions on what you would like to see next time.