You know it’s time for a detox. You haven’t been eating healthy. Your belly is chronically bloated. It takes you a couple cups of coffee in the morning to wake up from the dead. And when the caffeine eventually wears off, your mental clarity and energy are foggy and sluggish, respectively.
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Here's my healthy Pasta Salad, using brown rice pasta, your choice of veggies and my raw cashew mayo to sauce. Enjoy! - Veronica
Little ones will love these frozen summer Red White and Blue Popsicle treats. Use coconut yogurt, fresh fruit, and natural non-sucrose sweeteners to make them happy without making them wild with the sugar crazies! - Veronica
My Ranch Dressing is creamy and cool, and easy to make in minutes. It uses my cashew based Raw Mayonnaise as its base, and is luscious on salads, tacos, and as a dip with my Buffalo Cauliflower. No egg or dairy, use it thick as a dip or add vinegar and make a refreshing dressing for salads. If you need a dip for crudités at a party, try my easy, healthy version of Ranch Dressing. - Veronica
Cool and creamy, soups are a great way to start a meal, but are also awesome as a meal. The beauty of my veggie-rich recipe is that its high water and fiber content slows how fast you eat and fills you up quicker.
When you want a crowd pleasing appetizer that everyone will eat, my Buffalo Cauliflower recipe fits the bill. These are mega-tasty and healthy too, without guilty calories and bad-for-you animal fat. Buffalo Cauliflower bites go with summer parties, football games, and anytime you want some cauliflower that's fun. - Veronica
Sometimes you just need a luscious rich tasting spread - so I created this cashew-based mayo. Way to prepare, you can use it in dressings, dips, on a sandwich, anywhere you want that mayonnaise experience - only healthier. - Veronica
Grilled artichokes, precooked and finished at the picnic. They'll love these on the barbecue.Serve with my vegan mayonnaise and raw horseradish.
Hands down, a delivery of the health-supporting nutrients in my Green Drink is way easier and more nutritious than the medicically-dubious and messy enterprise that is the celery juicing fad.
Coronavirus! It has changed everything. I’m finding it harder to stay centered. Are you stressed out too? To stay centered and calm, my go-to is Green Drink - plus daily yoga.
From acid reflux to Alzheimer’s and anxiety, to vertigo and vitiligo, the Medical Medium says celery juice is an “unparalleled healing weapon.”
CBS News says: A juice cleanse offers an opportunity to hit reset, whether you’ve been over-indulging or just need to get your electrolytes et al in gear.