We are very lucky in New York City to have juice bars on practically every other corner including in the local hardware store. But if you took a poll here at Team Reboot, Organic Avenue would rank as one of our all time favorites. Founder Denise Mari has been juicing and making delicious raw treats longer than any of us. So we have been eagerly anticipating the release of her book this week — Organic Avenue: Recipes for Life, Made with LOVE*.
Since I started my Reboot journey, Dr. Fuhrman (who monitored my 60-Day Reboot in Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead) has become a good friend of mine. He recently wrote the foreword in my new book and has been a fantastic resource helping me and millions of others stay healthy after their Reboot. His Eat to Live series is excellent for doing just that. I had a chance to look through his new Eat to Live Cookbook and it is full of plant-based, nutrient-dense recipes that make it easy and enjoyable to continue to eat healthy. It’s a great inspiration and reminder to all of us that you don’t have to sacrifice flavor to live a healthy lifestyle and enjoy a diet rich in plant-powered nutrients.
Enjoy this rich, creamy, chocolaty smoothie loaded with antioxidants and healthy fats. The cacao powder is all natural and comes right from the cacao bean, and together with the berries adds tons of antioxidants. It’s quick and easy to make and can be a great part of any breakfast, lunch, or an afternoon pick-me-up.
Some people do not like the taste of plain coconut water and the flavoured sugared varieties are certainly a no-go zone. So, here is a recipe that is super easy and a quick way you can flavour your own coconut water to enjoy the high electrolyte content while also enhancing the flavour and adding extra plant based nutrients with your fruit selection.
Consuming cruciferous vegetables on a regular basis has been linked to helping support natural liver detoxification and reducing the risk of developing certain cancers. But many people may not love the taste of some of these gems (think broccoli, cauliflower, radish, cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale) or may think that drinking foods like cabbage or broccoli in juice is just plain weird. Here’s a way you can hide broccoli while still reaping its many benefits. This juice is perfect for novice juicers, kids or cruciferous nay-sayers.
One of the many benefits of working at Reboot, is when someone’s birthday rolls around, we celebrate with vegan desserts and a fresh new juice recipe! Well yesterday was my birthday and my team made me my new favorite juice recipe. This juice was perfectly sweet, the color of a frozen sherbet with a taste similar to a creamsicle which made it a super special birthday treat! Get the recipe.
It was Anzac day today in Australia and New Zealand which is a National holiday (yippee to that!) of remembrance that commemorates all Australians and New Zealanders who served and died in war. Hundreds of thousands get up and watch the dawn service where marches and horns are played in the early morning silence. Many foods are enjoyed and the classic is the good old Anzac biscuit. I wanted to cook a healthier version so here they are!
Drink up the sun’s rays with this fresh, fast and simple juice that’s sure to please the whole family (my 2 sons snagged all the juice after our photo shoot!). Full of nutrients that promote glowing skin like vitamin C rich oranges and beta-carotene packed carrots, this juice may also help ease inflammation related arthritis symptoms.