Monthly Archives: January 2014


Anemia is a common condition where the body does not have adequate Red Blood Cells (RBC).   Anemia can be a result of blood loss, poor RBC production or rapid destruction of RBCs. Some of the most common symptoms of anemia … Continue reading

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Squash Ginger Soup

  1 tbsp. olive oil 1 onion, chopped 2 cups sliced carrots, 3 cups cooked and mashed acorn or butternut squash 2-3 chicken or vegetable  stock 1/2 tsp. each dried nutmeg, cinnamon 1-2 tsp. fresh ground ginger   Saute onions … Continue reading

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Carrot Parsnip Soup

2 tablespoons butter, ghee or coconut oil 3 large carrots, chopped  2 parsnips, chopped 1 onion large, peeled and chopped 1 potato, peeled and chopped 4 cups chicken or vegetable stock ¼ cup 10%  cream  or soy milk salt and … Continue reading

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Congee is a rice porridge traditionally used as a soothing and palliative food in Asian traditions.  Congee can be eaten as a stand-alone meal, or used as a base for other foods. Preparation:  In a large pot, add 1 cup … Continue reading

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