Gemmotherapy with Lauren Hubele

Posts Tagged ‘Whole food’

Healthful Holidays

It’s no coincidence that I see more acute flu, bronchial infections, digestive disturbances, and UTIs the ten weeks between Halloween and the first week of January than the next ten months all put together. This, according to my colleagues, plays out in their practices as well, aligning perfectly with the high season of parties at…

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Notes from Europe: Eating with Purpose

Having spent nearly a week in Romania sharing time in nature, over meals or in the car with my Gemmotherapy mentor Dr. Sorina Soescu, I came away with further clarity about the human body and healing. One of the primary topics of discussion was food. Both Dr. Soescu and I walk similar paths when it comes…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Ana Jones’ California Miso Avocado Salad

It is definitely coming. We’ve moved our clocks forward, there is sunshine in the forecast and we are 11 days from the official start of SPRING! Let’s celebrate and bring on the salads, chock full of the season’s beautiful produce. This gorgeous Avocado Miso salad is just the right place to start. Bursting with broccoli, seasonal…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Spicy Chickpea Soup

OK already, Austin weather! Looks like we are in store for a number of cold wet days again. Brrrrr. The good news is I happen to love soup and have an endless array to share with you. The bad news isn’t really bad but the stock pile of luscious salads and salad dressings I’d like…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Soup Not Salad

My plan today was to be posting a series of my favorite salad dressings that I make in batches but look at this weather! While I hope you are eating plenty of salad it’s still clearly soup season and thankfully Jessica Nadel, author of Greens 24/7, offers up this great way to get your daily…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

We are in that changeable weather season that calls out for having some fresh comfort food recipes on hand. One minute it’s glorious spring-like and then arrives a day or two of dreary cold (Austin-cold, mind you). Nothing beats the gray wet weather in my house like a steaming bowl of soup. Having a bag…

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