Whole Foods Makeover

Aunt Sally’s $10,000 Chicken Recipe Gets a Makeover

by in Kitchen Sink, Recipes, Weight Loss, Wheat Free/Gluten Free, Whole Foods Diet, Whole Foods Makeover March 17, 2010

My Aunt Sally won $10,000 for this recipe, plus it is lowfat, simple, and delicious! This is my slightly healthier spin on it as I use olive oil instead of butter, brown rice instead of white, and lowfat sour cream rather than full fat. Preparation: Rinse and trim fat off four boneless skinless chicken breasts Marinate […]

Super Foods!

by in Anti-Aging, Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidants, Healthy Recipes, Heart Disease, Holistic Tips, Kitchen Sink, Memory, Pediatrics, Superfoods, Whole Foods Makeover June 26, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene Introducing favorite superfoods and their recipes is an occasional feature here at the Kitchen Table. By gradually “making friends” with the most healthy foods from nature and learning how to incorporate them in to your diet you should notice a remarkable improvement in your health. Most superfoods are simply high in […]

Pesticides: The New Dirty Dozen

by in Detox, Environmental Medicine, Fruits and Veggies, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Preventative Medicine, Whole Foods Makeover March 26, 2009

By Dr. Nicole Sundene There is a new dirty dozen out by the Environemental Working Group. Check out the top 12 dirtiest most pesticide ridden foods we should buy organic and the “Clean Fifteen” that we don’t have to worry about so much. Although we should always take a spin around the organic foods section […]

Japanese Prawn and Noodle Salad Recipe

by in Healthy Recipes, Kitchen Sink, Protein, Recipes, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet, Whole Foods Makeover January 8, 2009

Prawns are a delicious, healthy light protein choice. Try pairing them with veggies for lunch and keep the carbs “slow” for optimal energy at the office or while chasing kids around all day. Today’s healthy recipe is brought to us by my friend Zesty of ZestyCook.com. Visit his website for more whole food recipe ideas. […]

The Healing Power of Thanksgiving

by in Fruits and Veggies, Healthy Recipes, Holistic Nutrition Tips, Kitchen Sink, Preventative Medicine, Recipes, Superfoods, Weight Loss, Whole Foods Diet, Whole Foods Makeover November 26, 2008

Contrary to popular belief Thanksgiving Dinner is actually quite healthy. When we remove all the notorious “white foods,” such as white refined flours, sugars, and other carbohydrates devoid of nutrients we are actually left with a very colorful whole food fare. Of course you should never try a new recipe while entertaining, but I have […]