Red and delicious!
Try this easy tomato sauce from the Gerson Institute. When I make it, I triple the ingredients so I can stock my freezer with the extra sauce. It is a great base you can add to many dishes.Read More
Beets are very versatile: you can bake them, boil them, and even eat 'em raw! You can munch on or drink them.
Their vibrant red colour is caused by betalain, an anti-oxidant and pigment that helps the liver's detoxification process! These beautiful, red beets are the most well-known. But there are golden and white beets that are worth eating too.
Broccoli is a cruciferous vegetable like cabbage and kale. Notorious for being chock-full of nutrients, this vegetable is a staple when you want to improve your diet.
It is rich in fiber, protein, B-vitamins, vitamin E, vitamin K, iron and other minerals, e.g.: manganese, phosphorus, potassium, copper, magnesium and selenium (and we can go on ...).
The bright red long and low cooked beets pair up perfectly with the sweet pears and lush green watercress. It is almost too pretty a sight to start eating.
Digging in is recommend though: beets are good for heart health, dementia, diabetes, and digestion. They help maintain a healthy sex drive, contain anti-aging properties and detox the blood. Beetroots are exceptionally high in inorganic nitrates, which have been associated with reduced blood pressure, boosting endurance, stamina and muscle recovery.