Black Bean hummus with Fresh Veggies (serves an entire Party of 20-30!)
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Dr. Paul Recipe: Buttercup Squash Swiss Chard Quinoa Salad with Fresh Beets | MVP 2.19.14
Fall in the northeast is not only a beautiful and colorful time of year outside in nature, but also with the bountiful food that is available locally. This is a great time to eat meals that bring together all the delicious garden vegetables of all different varieties such as: the leafy greens—kale, spinach and my personal favorite, swiss chard; the deep-flavored root and bulb vegetables— carrots, garlic, onions, shallots, leeks, and my top-choice, beets; the squashes— acorn, butternut, spaghetti and my MVP buttercup; and of course, tons of fresh-picked corn, to- matoes, peas, peppers and broccoli. It’s a vegetable extravaganza. These colorful, fresh vegetables are also jam-packed with phytonutrients and antioxidants that keep us healthy and super-nourished!
Dr. Paul Recipe: Dr. Paul’s Famous Pumpkin Cookies | MVP 2.19.14
Dr. Paul’s Famous Pumpkin Cookies
If you are in the mood for a healthy treat, there is not much better than a moist, soft and delicious cookie. This is one of my all-time favorite treats because they bake up perfect every time and they taste yummy! As an added bonus, they are pack a protein-punch so they help keep your metabolism roaring, which is rare for a dessert… keep these on your “must have” treat list.
Dr. Paul’s “Holiday Eating Survival Guide” | MVP 1.22.14
… “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose…”, as you “deck the hall with boughs of holly, Fa la la la la la la la la. Tis the season to be jolly…”
RISE Up | MVP 2.10.14
Recently, I came across this statistic: more than 60% of Americans (or, 2 out of 3 people) make New Years' resolutions, mostly to get healthier (>85%), but only 8% are successful in achieving their resolutions.
To Be (Well) or Not to Be (Well)? | MVP 12.27.13
That is the Question.
In an era of skyrocketing rates of lifestyle-related diseases and changes to our health care system, we should all be asking ourselves: To be or not to be …healthy and well? That is the question!