Ultimate Reset Day 13 – Recipes (Vegan)

Oh what  a life it is of eating Vegan…Had a craving for Chicken last night..probably due to the fact that I cooked for the kids and used chicken for their burritos..silly me!

I have been quite tired these last few days. Oddly enough people recently are making it sound like I am doing something drastic and unhealthy..that I am tired because of restricted calories. Interesting because I am eating plenty of food. The problem is that America is so used to seeing junk in their diet that when someone eats entirely clean (green vegetables, whole grains, lots of raw vegetables) people are shocked to see it and assume you are doing some type of starvation diet. The Ultimate Reset is nothing like that. Yes I have lost weight, but that is not the main purpose of doing the reset. The Reset is restoring the body back to it’s “factory” settings by eliminating toxins that have built up in the body. These toxins come from the typical American lifestyle, bad eating, processed foods, and of course the ugly environment.  Doing a detox ever 3-6 months is HEALTHY and GOOD for the body. I haven’t felt this amazing my entire adult life! It has improved my mood, lowered my stress levels, has taught me to control my hunger, and has improved my relationship with my family..did I mention I CAN COOK! I prepare and cook all my meals from raw fresh foods. Prior to this I was using a lot of packaged/boxed products. Some may call me “crazy” but I call this Healthy.

Breakfast and Lunch was good today….now dinner, was not my favorite. The squash wasn’t bad, it was the Tahini that was just too much for me (mat be due to the fact that I overcooked it?!)

 

Breakfast: Avocado, Chickpeas, and Spinach!

Lunch: Meditteranean Roast Beets, MicroGreen Salad, Acovado

Mediterranean Roast Beets

Ingredients

1¾ cup beets, cut in ½-inch cubes
1½ tsp. extra virgin olive oil
1 Tbsp. finely chopped fresh parsley
1 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
Himalayan salt and herbal seasoning (to taste)

Directions
Preheat oven to 400° F. Toss beet cubes with oil, salt, and seasoning. Spread in a single layer on baking sheet and roast for 45 minutes or until tender. Remove from oven and toss with lemon and parsley. Serve warm or chilled. Serves 1.

Nutrition
170 calories
7 g fat
1 g saturated fat
0 mg cholesterol
190 mg sodium
24 g carbohydrate
7 g fiber
4 g protein
810 mg potassium

Microgreen Salad

Ingredients
¼ cup shredded carrot
¼ cup chopped cucumber
¼ cup sliced red bell pepper
¼ cup sprouts (like radish, alfalfa, or broccoli)
¼ cup chopped tomato
¼ cup chopped jicama
Fresh herbs (like basil, cilantro, parsley, dill)
⅓ cup toasted seeds and nuts (like cashews, pecans, pumpkin seeds, or sunflower seeds)

Directions
In most produce sections, you can find bulk or bagged mixed baby greens, which may include lettuces, baby kale, mizuna, radicchio, etc. These are perfect. Dress salad using one (or all) of the dressing recipes in theSalad Dressing section. Serves 1.

Nutrition
270 calories
18 g fat
2.5 g saturated fat
0 mg cholesterol
135 mg sodium
25 g carbohydrate
4 g fiber
5 g protein
254 mg potassium

Dinner: Kabocha Squash with Garlic Tahini Filling


Kabocha Squast with garlic Tahini..

Ingredients
¼ kabocha squash, seeds removed
2 Tbsp. sesame tahini
1 tsp. miso paste
¼ tsp. finely chopped garlic
1 tsp. extra-virgin olive oil

Directions
Preheat oven to 400° F. Place squash on baking sheet lined with foil. Mix together tahini, miso, garlic, and oil and pour over squash; bake for 30 minutes or until squash is fork-tender. Serves 1.

Nutrition
270 calories
21 g fat
3 g saturated fat
0 mg cholesterol
170 mg sodium
18 g carbohydrate
3 g fiber
7 g protein
140 mg potassium

 

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Detox Your Way Into Fall..with Kale!

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Baked Kale Chips

Who knew detoxing could be so snack friendly? Light and nutty, baked kale chips make a healthy alternative to chips, and satisfy cravings for all things savory, salty, and crispy. Make kale chips work even harder for you by tossing them in curry powder; turmeric promotes healthy liver function, detoxifies the liver, and aids in digestion.

Green Detox Juice

While a liquid only diet is not the smart way to detox, including a nutrient-rich pressed juice into your routine has its benefits. Nutritionist Kimberly Snyder recommends her Glowing Green Smoothie to clients to “rejuvenate skin, fight aging, and increase energy;” she also recommends the juice as part of a healthy weight-loss program. Made up of about 70-percent green vegetables (and 30-percent fruit), this smoothie helps you eat far more kale than you ordinarily could.

Raw Kale and Brussels Sprouts Salad

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Day 11! Ultimate Reset Meals

Day 11! Ultimate Reset Meals

Fresh Fruit For Breakfast Cucumber Tomato Salad Ingredients 1 English cucumber, half-peeled in alternating strips, sliced in thick half-moons ¼ small container ripe plum or cherry tomatoes, each cut in half 1 Tbsp. chopped red onion 2 Tbsp. red wine … Continue reading