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Mushroom risotto is a vegetarian classic that can be quite stodgy. Using brown rice instead of starchier risotto rice gives a lighter, coarser texture. Brown rice also makes this risotto a rich source of B vitamins, which are involved in converting food energy. We’ve packed this recipe full of mushrooms, using a mixture of closed cup and wild to give a deep, nutty mushroom flavor.

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This hearty soup makes a delicious satisfying supper. The heat of fresh ginger, which is considered to be powerful anti-inflammatory, works really well with earthy flavor of broccoli, but you could also use pak choi, mange tout or shredded white cabbage.

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Perfect PMS food! The fruit yogurts you buy are always very sweet. If you make your own, adding fruit and nuts to soya yogurt, the fruit flavors will be fresh and their natural ripe sweetness will make the yogurt taste very indulgent.

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Although high in calories, nuts make a good snack because they contain mono-saturated fat that can benefit heart health by lowering levels of blood cholesterol. The spices used for these nuts give them a real kick, with honey providing a welcome sweetness.

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A classic Indian cooking, where it is known as raita, this refreshing yogurt dip is typically served with hot, spicy curries to act as cooling agent, but it’s also great for a quick snack with some cucumber batons. It’s very easy to make.

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The Detox Kitchen Bible has simple food recipes that focuses on foods that are both tempting and pleasurable to eat. The simple goal of the book is : to create delicious recipes that work with your body, not against it, giving it the best chance to do what it does naturally.

Over the course of 7 recipes that I will be sharing, I would be highlighting Detox dishes inspired by Indian everyday meal so it is easier for you to get started with healthier lifestyle from ingredients right inside your kitchen.

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Reading this book is an indulgence in itself. It is packed with so much information that you simply don’t have to look up anywhere else. All recipes mentions the calories, ingredients (and substitutes- I found replacing Honey with Maple Syrup a life saver… ), procedure, nutrients & the health issue where a particular recipe works well.

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