DAY THREE POWER TRIFECTA CHALLENGE

Saturday 29 August 2021 DAY THREE POWER TRIFECTA CHALLENGE SHARON’S SUPERCHARGED SUPERFECTA DRINK 16 oz. warm water 2 T. fresh lemon juice 1 T. apple cider vinegar 1 T. ginger juice Drank it first thing in the morning. Followed by black coffee sipped for an hour or so, then I ate breakfast. Whatever is leftoverContinue reading “DAY THREE POWER TRIFECTA CHALLENGE”

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Fresh Corn Veggie Pot

FRESH CORN VEGGIE POT Fresh corn mixed with red cabbage, mushroom, celery, onion and pepper saute, along with peas, fresh ginger sticks and garlic. San Marzano tomatoes turn this summer veg fest into a savory delight! Just what Steve asked for – healthy and delicious! Makes 17 cups

Euro-Asian Spaghetti Bowl

EURO-ASIAN SPAGHETTI BOWL Sauteed green peppers, onions and matchstick carrots with green olive, artichokes, zucchini and roasted pepper. Steeped in a blueberry-pomegranate, apple cider, espresso coconut water broth with soy sauce, ginger and garlic. Add some smoked paprika and dried seaweed strips. Serve over spaghetti, top with Dijon mustard and pan-fried fresh breadcrumbs and youContinue reading “Euro-Asian Spaghetti Bowl”

Heart Attacks, Strokes, Body Fat CHILI PEPPERS

Eating chili peppers may prevent fatal heart attacks and stroke Elise Solé December 17, 2019, 3:25 PM EST Chili peppers have significant cardiovascular benefits. (Photo: Getty Images) Chili peppers aren’t for the faint of heart, but maybe they should be. Scientists in Italy say the spice slashes the mortality rate from heart attack and cerebrovascularContinue reading “Heart Attacks, Strokes, Body Fat CHILI PEPPERS”

Antipasto Marinara

ANTIPASTO MARINARA  Artichokes, black and green olives, sun-dried tomatoes, lots of fresh garlic and ginger simmered with nothing better than San Marzano tomatoes! Fat-free, except for a negligible amount found naturally in the olives. Makes 7 cups

Mushroom Miso Noodle Bowl

MUSHROOM MISO NOODLE BOWL Three kinds of mushroom sauteed with green cabbage, red pepper, garlic, scallion and ginger. Combined with spinach in a broth flavored with white wine miso, rosemary and smoked paprika! Ladled over thin linguini. Garnish with radish, scallion and drizzles of extra virgin olive oil and sesame oil. A culinary pleasure! MakesContinue reading “Mushroom Miso Noodle Bowl”

Weight Reduction Soup (WRS) Program

WEIGHT REDUCTION SOUP (WRS) FAT-FREE CABBAGE SOUP  This is my new favorite soup. I love everything about it. It’s simple, easy, doesn’t cost much and it makes a ton. This will be Steve’s and my lunch for the week. Today, for lunch he had 5 cups. This soup is definitely a keeper! I’m going toContinue reading “Weight Reduction Soup (WRS) Program”

Spicy Chocolate Cashew Shake plus new breakfast and lunch regime

SPICY CHOCOLATE CASHEW SHAKE Rarely do I put ice into a smoothie. I don’t like the freeze on my throat and my blender doesn’t do ice well. So a shake it is. And a good one at that. I always did like milk shakes, till McDonald’s changed the landscape with their impossible to draw throughContinue reading “Spicy Chocolate Cashew Shake plus new breakfast and lunch regime”

Asian Barbecue Bean Soup

ASIAN BARBECUE BEAN SOUP Can a barbecue bean soup really be Asian? Tastes like Asian to me. Maybe it’s the sesame oil. Maybe it’s the fresh garlic and ginger. Maybe it’s the barbecue in the beans. Maybe it’s all the ingredients combined. Steve picked out the ingredients and I made the soup per his request.Continue reading “Asian Barbecue Bean Soup”

Ginger Root for Migraines 

  Ginger Root for Migraines Written By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM on June 22nd, 2017 Many successful herbal treatments start like this: Some doctor learns that some plant has been used in some ancient medical tradition, like ginger for headaches. Well, the physician has patients with headaches and so tries advising one with migraines to give it aContinue reading “Ginger Root for Migraines “

GINGER GARLIC TOMATO REBOOT

GINGER GARLIC TOMATO REBOOT Fat-free medicine. It’s super hot from the garlic and ginger, so you need the bread or some other carbohydrate to chew it with. Any bread will do. I also like it with Russian black bread. Do not serve this to guests. It’s personal. Makes 3-1/2 cups