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Our Favorite Nourishing Holiday Recipes

Looking for a few nourishing options to include on your holiday menu this year? We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite options that are made from nutrient-dense whole foods. All of our recipes are also free of dairy and gluten for those with sensitivities who need variations of some traditional recipes! It is absolutely okay and mindful to enjoy the original versions of the recipe — no matter what the ingredients are. But sometimes, you need a nourishing option for one reason or another. It’s about being intentional and having a balanced mindset! Find that area right in the...

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Red Lentil Daal with Squash and Coconut

A creamy red lentil daal with acorn and butternut squash, ginger, and coconut milk. Red Lentil Daal with Squash and Coconut is a delicious and warming recipe to make on the weekend to later warm up for a quick lunch or dinner. We make it for two and it lasts all week long, so even for a family of four, you’re sure to get multiple meals out of this 1 dish! One of my favorite slow cooking recipes is daal, which if you remember a couple years ago I shared a delicious 30-minute spinach and butternut squash daal recipe served...

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The Science Behind the B-Flax Supplement

B-Flax-D is a great source of fiber. At Hallelujah Diet, we formulate our B-Flax-D specifically for long term use. In addition to fiber, B-Flax-D is also a great source of Vitamin B12, Omega-3 essential fats, Vitamin K2, and Vitamin D. Let’s take a look at the science behind B-Flax-D and why it is a great addition to your diet. Benefits of Vitamin B12 Vitamin B12 has been shown to help prevent nerve damage, aid in healthy cell formation, and prevent anemia. Regular use of B-Flax-D will ensure you are getting a sufficient amount of vitamin B12, which is an important...

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How Supplements Can Help with Superfood Nutrition Intake

You have probably heard the term superfood before. These foods generally have high levels of desirable nutrients, are linked to the prevention of disease, or offer some other appealing health benefits. While some foods have earned these titles, it can be difficult for your body to absorb nutrients from all foods with that designation. This is where supplements come in. We will take a look at some of the most popular superfoods and how supplements help with nutrients from superfoods. Superfood’s Origin Story The idea of superfoods has been around since at least the early 20th century. During World War...

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Why Your Diet Can Benefit from Barley

You may have encountered barley during your shopping trips, but did you know it can be a great addition to your diet? While this seed is widely cultivated for use in beer and whiskey production, barley has a variety of nutritional benefits. Barley is a cereal grain with a chewy texture and a mild nutty flavor and is commonly available in two types: hulled and pearled. Hulled barley is a whole grain and has only had its outer shell removed during processing. Pearled barley, however, has had both the shell and the fiber-containing bran removed. While both are healthy additions...

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Beets and Their Health Benefits

Beets have been a staple in cuisines around the world for decades. Not only are they delicious and easy to add to your diet, but the health benefits of beets are well-established. Thanks to their essential vitamins, minerals, and plant compounds, adding beets to your diet can have a great impact on your health. Low Calories and High Nutrients Beets are low in calories but have a high content of vitamins and minerals that are essential to anyone’s diet. A 3.5 ounce serving of beets contains: Calories: 44 Protein: 1.7 grams Fat: 0.2 grams Fiber: 2 grams Vitamin C: 6%...

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Creamy Ham and Potato Soup

Warm-up with this delicious and Creamy Ham and Potato Soup – a hearty comfort food favorite that’s creamy without the cream thanks to a little trick. This ham and potato soup recipe will quickly become a family favorite and it’s a great way to use up leftover ham.  This post was originally published on November 29th, 2016. Updated on November 20th, 2020 Warm-up with a Big Bowl of Creamy Ham and Potato Soup When the weather turns cold, we turn to a big, hearty bowl of soup. Making soup is the epitome of cold weather. It’s easy to make and...

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Why You Shouldn’t Count Calories (And What To Do Instead)

We’ve all been on one of those diets or plans where you have to count calories and track everything you eat. While that might work for some people as a short-term fix, that’s not realistic to maintain 365 days a year for your whole life. Not only does counting calories not support you in living a healthy and balanced lifestyle, but it can also contribute to more stress, unease, confusion, and overwhelm with food. If you’re surprised to hear that we, as Registered Dietitians, don’t recommend counting calories, keep reading to learn why we don’t believe it is supportive and...

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Help Filter Out Unwanted Toxins with Liver Support Supplements

Toxins can build up in your body, increasing the risk of illness, disease, fatigue, and other unwelcome side effects. Your liver is an organ that converts toxic substances to less harmful materials before they are released from the body. Taking liver support supplements enhances your liver’s function, which may improve your health and the way you feel. Which Toxins Can Build Up in Your Body? Numerous toxins can build up in your body and cause health problems, which is why it’s important to keep your liver and kidneys functioning at their best. You might ingest or breathe in the following...

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Turkey Sausage Patties with Apple

Move over premade sausage patties, these Turkey Sausage Patties with Apple deliver big taste with ingredients you can actually pronounce. They’re made without any added fillers, preservatives, sugar, or junk. And they’re kid-friendly, mom-approved, and budget-friendly, too. We even give you tips for freezing them and reheating from frozen so you can cook once and eat several times. This post was originally published on August 8th, 2018. Updated on November 17th, 2020 Always read the ingredients! Have you ever taken a look at the ingredients in store-bought breakfast meats, such as sausage patties? If not, let’s take a look at some...

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