The Naturopathic Kitchen

Healthy living starts in the kitchen. With the temptation and ease of processed foods, it can be difficult to choose healthier alternatives, especially if it means more time and preparation – but your health is worth it! It does not always need to be excessively time consuming. In The Naturopathic Kitchen, we go back to the basics to learn how to spice up some of our favorites and invent some new recipes that help us meet our health goals. Food can not only be tasty, but also a nutritious source of energy and sustenance. Together, we will use food as medicine. It can be intimidating to try new things especially when you do not know what it is good for or how to prepare/cook it. We will learn together.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Infused Honey

Honey is often used as a healthier alternative to sugar, but not necessarily thought of as anything more than that. In addition to being a sweet treat and a more health-conscious choice than sugar, sustainably produced, local honey has a number of health benefits of its own.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Chili Peppers

Chili peppers are all of the peppers in the Capsicum genus, which includes many varieties such as jalapeno, serrano, habanero, and cayenne peppers.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Papaya

Papaya is a fruit that is native to Mexico, Central America, and some parts of South America. It has a sweet flavor and a texture similar to melon. Many people love papaya for its appealing taste alone, but it is also packed with beneficial nutrients as well.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Asparagus

Asparagus (Asparagus officinalis) is a perennial vegetable that is easy to grow in most climates. It comes in a variety of colors, including white, green, and purple. This low calorie, 

Naturopathic Kitchen: Nuts

Nuts are a highly versatile food with a ton of health benefits. From heart health to weight management, nuts carry a lot of nutritional power in a tiny package. 

Naturopathic Kitchen: Eating A Rainbow of Vegetables

An old Irish legend is that there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.  That may be a myth, or is it?  If you imagine the vegetables you eat as a rainbow, then the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow is optimal health. And if you have your health, you are rich indeed. When you combine a rainbow of vegetables in one dish, that makes the goal of eating the rainbow much more attainable and that is exactly what Rainbow Vegetable Chicken Soup does.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Licorice – It’s Not Just For Candy

Licorice is best known as the flavoring for the popular candy of the same name. Because of its appealing taste and frequent addition to sugary confections, licorice has a reputation as a sweet treat, but in its pure form it has a variety of health benefits

Naturopathic Kitchen: Healthy Holiday Treats

Even for those who are health conscious and careful about what they eat all year long, the holidays are a time when people easily slip into less than optimal eating 

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