Yummy, Healthy Recipes for Stronger Bones : Exclusive Renegade Health Article

Thursday Dec 8, 2011 | BY |
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None of these recipes include Miner’s Lettuce, but you definitely can add it… we provide the canvas, you make the brushstrokes!

Since we’re getting close to the end of “Osteoporosis Prevention Week,” I wanted to give you something today that you could really take with you and use on a regular basis…

And, of course, what’s better than some great recipes!

Over the past 4-5 years, my wife Annmarie and I have been traveling around the country filming our lives as we explore natural health in the United States (and beyond!)

We’ve meet with some amazing healthy chefs and in this post, I want to highlight 3 great mineral rich, bone healthy recipes for you that you can share with your family or anyone else you think may need a little mineral boost.

Two of these recipes are quick and easy and the other is a little more involved, but totally worth the time.

So without further introduction, let’s get rolling (Be sure to read and watch all the way to the bottom since you’ll want to post a comment today)…

First up, Cucumber Arame Salad!

Raw Food Recipe – Cucumber Arame Salad

1.5 Oz of Arame
4 cucumbers, peeled and very thinly sliced
2 tsp. sea salt
1 red pepper, diced
1 small red onion, diced
1/3 cup apple cider vinegar
2 Tbsp unrefined oil
pinch of pepper

Soak arame for 15 mins in enough water to cover. Sprinkle sea salt on cucumbers and let set for several minutes to release juices. Discard soaking water from arame. Chop arame and add to cucumbers. Add all other ingredients and toss! 🙂

Second? Bone Densi-tea Soup…

Bone-Densi-Tea

6 cups spring water
1/3 oz of Nettle Leaf
1/3 oz Oatstraw
1/3 oz Horsetail

Bone-Densi-Tea Soup

1 cup Tea
5-6 leafs of kale
1/2 large avocado
1 juice of a small lemon
3 inch Fennel
2 cloves garlic
1/2 small onion
3 large stalks of celery
sea salt to taste
cayenne to taste

For the Tea:
Combine all ingredients in pot. Heat to 145-150 for 20 min, let steep for an hour. Drain out leaves.

For Soup:
Combine all ingredients in blender, except a small handful of onions, celery, sea salt and cayenne. Blend until smooth. Add in others and briefly chopping for some chunkiness.

Finally, Dulse Chopped Salad…

Raw Food Recipe for Dulse Chopped Salad

1 head of romaine lettuce
2 small cucumbers
2 tomatoes
1 cup of soaked dulse

Chop into bite size pieces.

Dressing:

1/3 cup water
1/4 cup rice vinegar
2 tbsp sesame oil
1 clover garlic
1 tbsp dulse
1 tbsp cilantro
pinch of white pepper
pinch of Chinese 5 Spice

Blend well 🙂

Enjoy with some chop sticks!

That’s it for today, tomorrow, we’ll wrap up the week by answering your questions!

Your question of the day: What questions do you have about bone health that you’d like me to answer?

NOTE: On seaweeds, please ask your seaweed provider if they test for radioactive materials and/or heavy metals.

Also, we’re running a week long special on Dr. Williams’ “The Complete Bone Health Solution” program! This is over 2 hours of audio and transcripts that will give you his complete bone health supplement and food recommendations.

Here’s where you can get that now…

http://www.renegadehealth.com/bonehealth/

Live Awesome!
Kev

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