detox How to Make Liver Cleansing Detox Smoothie. This liver cleansing detox smoothie helps to boost the detoxification process that leads to healthy body, happy living and long life. What you need:
3 beets (quartered) —-> stimulates liver function 3 carrots —-> stimulates liver function 2 cups leafy greens of your choice —-> neutralize heavy metals and toxins 1 cup dandelion greens —-> bitter greens increase the creation and flow of bile 1 organic lemon (quarterd) —-> high in vitamin C, which aids the body in synthesizing toxic materials into substances that can be absorbed by water and eliminated via expiration, urine and sweat 1 apple, cored and sliced —-> helps cleanse and release toxins from the digestive tract, taking the burden off of the liver 1 cup purple cabbage (chopped) —-> increase the amount of glucosinolate in your system, aiding enzyme production in the liver filtered water 1 high powered blender 2 Tbsp MCT (medium chain triglyceride) oil, which helps make the nutrients more absorbable by the body. MCT oil does not need to be broken down by the liver so it is an ideal fat to consume when detoxing your liver!
Ever felt a dessert urgency ? And that too for a particular dessert, nothing else would do? Last night I was watching a movie and suddenly I was gripped by this very strong desire for some warm pudding to go with a nice cup of coffee. Tried to convince myself for a while to let go but NO , it had to be a warm pudding! That’s why I love mini desserts, not only they save you the guilt of having to finish the entire thing or go for second helpings but are quick and easy to make. This 5 minutes microwave version tastes heavenly served warm with a big dollop of Greek yogurt, whipped cream, cream cheese or vanilla ice cream. Have a lovely Monday and a great week ahead !
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Chicken Vindaloo with Potatoes , Hot and Spicy Goan Curry :
Winter without fiery vindaloo is no fun !Easy, one pot, prepare ahead recipe . The origins of the recipe are traced back to the Portuguese…yes, the same people who created the famous piri piri or peri peri hot sauce ! The word Vindaloo is derived from the Portuguese Vin de Alho, which means wine and garlic. Originally Vindaloo was wine and garlic based meat stew. Under the influence of local Goan cuisine, the recipe for Vindaloo was modified by the substitution of vinegar instead of wine and lots of local aromatic spices were added to it. You can make this with your favourite meat or even a vegetarian version with mixed vegetables like carrots, turnips, peas and potatoes .