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Sugar Detox Series PODCAST – PART 3



In this third PODCAST on the Sugar Detox Series, there is a great conversation about low glycemic recipes and meal plans. Once you remove sugar cravings, you start to crave healthy food and real food tastes so much better! My next LIVE Sugar Buster Tele group begins Monday November 7 CLICK HERE to join.

 

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Sugar Detox Series PODCAST – PART 1



Sugar is fattening! When you consume excess sugar that your body can’t use it is then turned into fat by the body. Sugar can cause hormonal changes, mood swings, sleep disturbances, inflammation and much more! New studies show that excess sugar has major effects on the brain. We also know sugar is addictive. The more you eat it the more you want it. Sugar is known to creep in places where you may not expect. Canned foods, boxed products and processed foods are often loaded with hidden sugars. Dr Karen describes her Sugar Buster Program that kisses the cravings goodbye, reduces inflammation, improves mood and sets you on a low glycemic lifestyle.

This is PART 1 in a 3 PART PODCAST SERIES. To learn more about Dr Karen’s Sugar Buster Program CLICK HERE.

 

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Paleo simple slaw with cashew dressing

Tangy ColeslawThank you to my Boot Camp Buddy, Cindi who shared this paleo recipe with me. It IS easy and it IS delicious. Made it tonight for the family and EVERYONE love it! By the way, everyone does not love everything I make. I am a beginning cook!

Cabbage has many healing properties and most of them are owed to its high sulfur content; sulfur is warming to the body and a blood purifier. Cabbage nourishes the stomach and improves digestion. It also helps fight the common cold, mental depression and irritability. With more vitamin C than oranges and one of the best sources of anticarcinogenic phytonutrients, which aid the enzymes that ward of carcinogens and inhibit cancer formation, it clearly is a super food.

Red cabbage has additional antioxidant properties from phenolic compounds that give it its beautiful red color.

Paleo Simple Slaw with Creamy Cashew Dressing

¼ head of red cabbage, finely sliced
¼ head Napa cabbage, finely sliced
1 scallion, finely sliced

Dressing

3 tablespoons raw cashew butter, (you can use almond or macadamia too)
2 tablespoons filtered water
2 tablespoons  rice vinegar
Sea salt
Freshly ground black pepper

Toss cabbages and scallion in a medium size bowl.

To make the dressing, place the cashew butter and water in a small bowl, mix until smooth and creamy. Stir in rice vinegar, salt and black pepper. Taste, adding salt as needed. Pour over cabbage and toss well to combine.

Serves 2, with some leftovers that will improve with age.

FROM – http://www.coconutandquinoa.com

 

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