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: High-Fiber Foods

Adding more high-fiber foods like fruits, beans, and sweet potatoes to your diet can help improve digestive health, aid weight management, and more.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Tomatoes

The health benefits of tomatoes include improved skin health, a reduced risk of chronic diseases such as cancer and heart disease, and better bone health.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Lentils

The liver facilitates the body’s metabolic processes and removes toxins from the bloodstream. Liver diseases are common but you can reduce your risk by embracing a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Shellfish

Consuming shellfish, such as oysters, mussels, and prawns, can help to improve immunity, boost brain function. And reduce the risk of heart disease.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Anti-inflammatory foods such as extra virgin olive oil, turmeric, and fresh berries can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and other health conditions.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Yams

Yams are a great source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, can help to promote brain function, and ease menopause symptoms.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Plant-Based Protein

Plant-based proteins such as beans, tofu, and tempeh are nutritional sources of protein to add to your diet.

Naturopathic Kitchen: Healthy Carbohydrates

Carbohydrates have a bad reputation because many high-carbohydrate foods are low in nutrients, but there are also a lot of very healthy, nutrient-rich carbohydrates that could be a positive addition to your regular diet.

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