Top Rated Organic Recipes

Elizabeth Brown of The Kitchen Vixen, registered dietitian and holistic chef, suggests cooking some vegetables before consuming, as they “are easier tolerated than raw forms and will likely cause less heartburn.” Beets are a mineral-rich and delicious option for meal-replacement drinks.
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“Heartburn means you are acidic and inflamed,” explains Birgitta Lauren, fitness expert and President of Expecting Fitness. Her team has created a cool summer drink that will help boost PH levels to reduce acidity, reduce inflammation, and soothe the stomach.
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Apple Cider Vinegar is a natural remedy for heartburn. It helps balance the acid in the stomach and can help stop symptoms in their tracks.
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This roasted cauliflower dish gets an upgrade with a delicate melted Parmesan topping, and whole roasted garlic cloves.
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Jerusalem artichoke
Curb your carb craving with a Jerusalem artichoke-based juice cocktail.Cherie Calbom holds a Master of Science degree in whole foods nutrition from Bastyr University. Known as “The Juice Lady” (www.juiceladycherie.com) for her work with juicing and health, she is author of 31 books, with millions of copies sold worldwide. No stranger to healthy diet trends, Cherie joined George Foreman as nutritional spokesperson in the Knockout the Fat phenomena that forever changed grilling in America.
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Denver Breakfast Burrito Recipe
Inspired by PJ's Organics, a line of organic and frozen burritos, this Denver breakfast burrito flaunts delicious flavor and nutritious ingredients for a healthy and uplifting start to your day.
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pumpkin lasagna
Lasagna is a family dinner staple, so why not add a healthy twist? This recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, and uses fresh organic spices to deliver a kid-pleasing taste. Making healthy alternatives for your favorite dishes will not only satisfy your taste buds, but also make you feel fuller longer. 
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Frittata
This delicious veggie-packed frittata uses fresh spring vegetables, creating a flavorful Easter brunch dish.This recipe is courtesy of Pete and Gerry’s Organic Eggs.
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Many people don't realize how easy it is to make your own hummus. It's not only easy but fun to make, because you can flavor it with just about anything you like. This is chef David Seigal of Chelsea's Table's recipe, served with organic pita and organic carrots.
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When fall rolls around, everyone reaches for pumpkin spiced coffee drinks, which can seriously exacerbate heartburn. But pumpkin is high in fiber and great for digestive health, so cut out the coffee and drink up!
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Hemp, or Cannabis sativa, has been part of nutritional therapies since 2300 B.C. Similar to flax, it is a high-protein seed that contains all nine essential amino acids, and is rich in fatty acids, fiber, and vitamin E. Due to its balanced ratio of omega-3 to six fatty acids and its high GLA (gamma-linoleic acid) content, hemp seed and oil can help stimulate immunity, balance the endocrine system, and support healthy skin and hair.
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Make a new friend: while smoothies are generally not a good idea since they introduce a lot of calories without slowing down your overall food consumption for the day, they can be delicious, and some are better than others. Blending an avocado with a bag of defrosted blueberries and a banana sounds crazy, but you end up with a creamy, delicious, sweet treat that’s packed with healthy fats to fill you up, as well as the fiber and nutrients in blueberries.
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