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: The Health Benefits of Tea

Sipping tea on a regular basis has a number of healthy benefits.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Mushrooms

Mushrooms are a good source of antioxidants, Vitamin D, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar can aid weight loss, help manage blood sugar, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are packed with nutrients, including Vitamin K, omega-3s, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Leafy Greens

Leafy greens are a good source of vitamins and other nutrients.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Winter Squash

The health benefits of squash include strengthened immunity, better heart health, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Avocado

The health benefits of avocado include boosting heart health, weight management, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Seaweed

Seaweed is a great source of nutrients and antioxidants, supports gut health, and improves thyroid function. Find out why you should eat more!

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