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Deluxe Green Power Smoothie

This is a classic green smoothie souped-up with extra protein, minerals and fat for a more sustaining energy and complete meal. Add any extra greens desired. The sharper flavor of greens like kale will be hidden under the protein powder. Other popular additions include fruit, super foods like maca and lucuma powder, seaweeds, nut milk, flax and chia seeds.

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Classic Green Smoothie

Other greens can be substituted for romaine - particularly the milder greens like red leaf lettuce, beet greens and spinach. Mint and parsley are also delicious additions.

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Traditional Guacamole

Homemade guacamole is easy and delicious- you may never want to buy premade again!

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Slow Cooker Sautéed Onions

Can't get enough sautéed (caramelized) onions in your life but don't like waiting 30-45 minutes over a hot stove? Make a huge batch in your slow cooker! If you know you're cooking a bunch of dishes, having a bunch of sautéed onions ready to go eliminates one time-consuming step. Freezing the sautéed onions makes it a snap to add to weeknights meals. Take your pasta dish from so-so to scrumptious with the rich and savory flavor of sautéed onions. This recipe can easily be multiplied to make bigger batches.

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Mineralizing Tooth Powder

Tooth powder was popular years ago, before toothpaste came into fashion. I was skeptical, but my mouth and teeth have never felt better. Activated charcoal whitens teeth and can be added to the powder or kept separate. Some rinse with ½ teaspoon of charcoal mixed in water after brushing, holding the mixture in front of their teeth for a few minutes before rinsing.

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Peppermint Tooth Paste

Easy to make, safe to eat, highly effective and delicious. Feel free to experiment with flavors - cinnamon, clove, fennel, anise, eucalyptus and vanilla are popular.

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Super Green Salad with Acai Berry Dressing

This salad features a variety of greens and some superfoods too! Each ingredient is functional, nutrient-dense and delicious!

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Creamy Split Pea Soup

Peas are often overlooked, but these cheap legumes are hearty and loaded with fiber and minerals. One cup cooked peas has 65% of your daily fiber needs!

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Everything Salad With Juliano's Raw House Dressing

This salad is called Everything because you can really just put any salad vegetable you like into it. It's the dressing that really makes it fly. It comes from Raw Food legend Juliano and is so good I can eat it with a spoon.

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Roasted Vegetables with Black Bean Noodles

A variety of creamy roasted vegetables pairs great with the unique gluten-free black bean noodles.