Let food be thy medicine. Learn how changing your diet from animal-based to plant-based can help eliminate or control diseases like cancer and diabetes, and then put it into practice by following our easy plant-based recipes.
Kale SaladBy María HummelKale is one of the most concentrated micronutrient vegetables full of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. Because of its texture and strong flavor, it is sometimes difficult to eat it raw. But if the very finely chopped leaves are mixed with the lemon dressing, the flavor will be much softer and the result will be a wonderful salad.Romaine Citrus SaladBy Life and Health NetworkCount ‘em: 1-2-3. Three ingredients, plus an equally simple dressing equals a quick salad that works even for special occasions. Crisp, refreshing, and slightly tangy-sweet, this one is a newfound family favorite that I’m really excited to share with you.Butter Lettuce Salad with Candied PecansBy Life and Health NetworkDon’t let the long ingredients list scare you away! This lovely salad is one of my very favorites and completely worth the (minimal) trouble. And you can make a big batch of the candied pecans ahead of time!Broccolini & Grape SaladBy Life and Health NetworkBroccolini is a green vegetable similar to broccoli, but with smaller florets and longer thin stalks. Basically, it looks and tastes like a hybrid of broccoli and asparagus.Italian Chopped SaladBy Life and Health NetworkVegetarian antipasto ingredients like peppers and artichokes are sliced and diced to make this substantial salad.Sun-Dried Tomato, Almond and Rice SaladBy Life and Health NetworkHearty enough to be a meal on its own, this salad is beautifully composed and complex, with basil, smooth avocado chunks and crunchy bits of celery and almond.Caribbean Burritos with Mango-Lime SalsaBy Life and Health NetworkThis burrito recipe is pure wow, from head to toe. Fragrant coconut-cinnamon rice, fresh and zingy mango-lime salsa, hearty black beans, and exotic toasted coconut flakes…you get the picture. If you’d like to reduce the carb content in this recipe, turn it into a “grain bowl” by omitting the tortilla and just spooning the beans and salsa atop a pile of coconut rice.Speedy 3-Bean SaladBy Life and Health NetworkBeans provide protein, amino acids, and fiber. They’re a secret weapon for blood sugar control. This recipe is an easy and tasty way to eat your beans.Peruvian Avocado ColeslawBy Life and Health NetworkAmazingly simple, amazingly tasty. This Peruvian dish makes a complete meal.