Entries by Maryanne Riege, Certified Holistic Health Coach

  Print Creamy Arugula Soup Arugula is a member of the super-food cruciferous vegetable family. Cruciferous vegetables (think Broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, and arugula) are among the healthiest vegetables thanks to their anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and detoxifying properties.We typically think to eat arugula raw in salads, but it is delicious in soups! Arugula has a peppery, […]

Mmmm…Chocolate

Chocolate is the only ingredient that is its very own food group…well not really—but it seems as if it should be. Powerfully comforting, creamy, delicious—many people eat chocolate at least several times a week. And you ask. . . Is Chocolate Good for You? The answer is both yes and no. Chocolate has been used […]

Roasted Beet Hummus

  Print Roasted Beet Hummus Here’s a very popular middle eastern bean that used in hummus recipes. It’s the garbanzo bean! Aka – chickpeas. Eating this colorful hummus is a great way to take advantage of beet root’s anti-inflammatory properties, the bean’s fiber and concentrated source of protein. Author Maryanne Riege, Certified Holistic Health Coach Ingredients 2 […]

Miso Soup

  Print Miso Soup Consider making this quick and nutritious miso soup, using dulse, to keep you warm on a cold winter’s day. Course Soup Prep Time 2 minutes Cook Time 5 minutes Total Time 7 minutes Servings 1 Author Maryanne Riege, Certified Holistic Health Coach Ingredients 10 0z filtered water 1 T light colored […]