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Cancer Fighting, Immune Boosting Quinoa Veggie Minestrone

Posted by rosanne walsh on Monday, November 10, 2014, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 

There is nothing quite like a hot bowl of veggie packed soup on a cold day. Pack in any and every color of the rainbow you have in your fridge - this is a hearty soup that will accommodate a variety of flavors.  Also, a meal that freezes well - make a batch on the weekend and divvy up into portioned containers and save time during the week while still managing to eat healthy and keep your immune system strong…and your body warm. No canned soup or packaged meal could ever take the place of t...
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Nutrient Dense Gluten Free Rainbow Brownies

Posted by rosanne walsh on Monday, October 20, 2014, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 


We all know that eating the rainbow is an important strategy for ingesting the full variety of natural vitamins and minerals that are essential to a balanced diet and keeping immune health at optimal level.

Did you know…that sweet potatoes come in a variety of colors ranging form white to yellow to orange and even purple? I was pleasantly surprised to see the purple variety in my local Dogma Box from Boston Organics this week! The intensity of the sweet potato's yellow or orange flesh col...


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Broccoli with Walnuts and Cranberries

Posted by rosanne walsh on Friday, January 10, 2014, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 


High in Vitamins K, C, and A, broccoli is a member of the cancer-fighting cruciferous classification of vegetables. Served steamed, it has special cholesterol reducing abilities due to the reaction the fibers have when they combine with bile in our digestive tracts. (Read here for more info on health properties of this delicious and nutritious vegetable.) Try this yummy salad with a little sweet and crunch as a new side dish  - its easy and makes getting that extra serving of green a lot more...
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Quinoa Butternut Squash Salad

Posted by rosanne walsh on Monday, January 6, 2014, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 


A colorful, healthy and satisfying winter salad that features butternut squash, a high fiber vegetable full of cancer fighting carotenoids as well as beets which are known for their blood purifying properties. The quinoa makes it high in protein so this meal will give you lots of staying power and stable energy- oh  and also happens to be vegan and gluten free in case that matters to you :) Perfect for lunch or a light dinner. 

Quinoa Butternut Squash Salad
2 Cups Cooked Rainbow Quinoa
1 Roasted...

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Broccoli Christmas Wreaths

Posted by rosanne walsh on Wednesday, December 18, 2013, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
 
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Kale Avocado Salad

Posted by rosanne walsh on Tuesday, October 1, 2013, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
Kale is truly a superfood - it helps fight cancer, cardiovascular disease, obesity, ulcers, macular degeneration, and diabetes. If you are interested in regulating your blood sugar and thereby controlling cravings, this is your veggie. Kale is a high fibrous green that has lots of alkaline body balancing powers, which will keep your immune system strong and resilient and keep your blood sugar in check. We have every reason to want to make this delicious hearty green part of our daily diet. Th...
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Strawberries - Simple, Sweet and Smart Snack!

Posted by rosanne spinali walsh on Monday, January 28, 2013, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
In Roman times, the strawberry was a symbol for Venus, the Goddess of Love, because of its heart shape and red color. But it makes for more than just a pretty plate - according to an article written last year in the Wall Street Journal, "Strawberries have the potential to prevent esophageal cancer...researchers, led by Ohio State University, were able to show that freeze-dried strawberries slowed the growth of dysplastic, or precancerous, lesions in about 30 people who consumed the fruit for ...
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Canes with out the Candy (or Dyes)

Posted by rosanne walsh on Tuesday, December 4, 2012, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
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Trying to get your kids to eat healthier but frustrated by all the commercial candy around during the holidays? Show your children that health starts at home and easy festive treats are just seconds away with these candy free canes - slice and alternate strawberries and bananas and shape into canes - a delicous and chemical free treat! (Did you know the red part of most commerically made candy canes are made using food dyes which are linked to childhood allergies, behavioural problems as wel...
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Tomato Chick Pea Bisque

Posted by rosanne spinali walsh on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 

The American Cancer Society recommends legumes such as chick peas as a key food group for preventing disease and optimizing health - high in folate, fiber and protein, they are a nutritional staple in kitchens for many cultures around the world. According to the American Institute of Cancer Research, 3 compounds in chick peas (saponins, protease inhibitors, and phytic acid) may help defend cells from the type of genetic damage that can lead to cancer.  Dietary Guidelines developed by the U.S....
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Roast a Rainbow

Posted by rosanne spinali walsh on Tuesday, September 25, 2012, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
Turn a basic tray of roasted vegetables into a rainbow and watch as your kids' eyes brighten with delight and eat their veggies with excitement. Slice green peppers, beets, sweet potatoes, onion and delicata squash- toss with olive oil and sea salt and roast at 375 until golden and tender. Click here to see the nutrition rainbow and check out the association between various colors in the rainbow and their respective health benefits.



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Fresh & Festive Pumpkin "Jack-o-lanterns"

Posted by rosanne spinali walsh on Sunday, September 23, 2012, In : The Art of Healthy Eating 
When eating with the seasons, we not only enjoy foods that are at their nutritional peak, but also less expensive, better for the environment, and taste great. Fall always conjures up images of delicious squashes and gourds - so easy and fun to prepare for the kids. Pumpkin, a type of winter squash, is particularly high in vitamins, minerals, and cancer fighting carotenoids. On your next trip to the grocery store - forget the canned variety of pumpkin. Harvard research studies have been condu...
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Rosanne Spinali Walsh Born and raised in the Boston area, I am a 1st generation Italian American, mother of two young daughters. After losing my husband and father to cancer, I decided to leave my corporate marketing career to launch a non-profit focused on promoting healthy living and disease prevention through nutrition. I am an AADP certified Holistic Health Coach and also offer programs geared towards weight loss for women.