Free Dr. Libby Recipes

With a background in biochemistry and a natural ability to break down even the most complex of concepts into layman’s terms, Dr Libby’s health messages are globally relevant, which is why her holistic approach and unique form of education is embraced by audiences across the world. Her PhD examined the biochemical and nutritional factors in children with autism, and her findings have since changed the way the condition is treated in Australia and New Zealand.
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Carrot Hummus

Carrot Hummus - Dr Libby Tip: This website has fun, unique and nutritious recipe ideas

Brain Balls - Nutritional Information This chewy, nutty treat is an excellent source of the monounsaturated fats and omega-3 fatty acids that have the anti-inflammatory properties so necessary for healthy hearts and brain functions. Keep these easy to make snacks on hand for the perfect after school snack for a burst of energy or as a source of vitamin E and zinc, beneficial for skin and the immune system.

Brain Balls: 2 cups walnuts, halves and pieces 1 cup sunflower seeds 1 cup coconut, shredded cup cocoa powder 8 fresh dates, pitted and coarsely chopped 2 tablespoons water Pinch of salt 1 to 3 drops peppermint oil (optional)

Brilliant Brassica Soup Recipe Nutritional Information That old adage of an apple a day keeps the doctor away could easily be replaced by a serving of broccoli a day keeps the doctor away! The brassica family of vegetables includes cabbage, Brussel sprouts, broccoli and cauliflower. Besides adding flavour to meals these vegetables are packed with antioxidants, which may help lower the risk of cancer and coronary heart disease as well as supporting healthy estrogen metabolism.

brassica soup is a dream for your liver. Packed full of nutrients to support optimal liver function it will quickly become a household favourite. This soup will also be useful at the first signs of any winter ailments — to .

Almond and date shake

Tried this - two thumbs up. add a lil' honey for extra sweetness Almond and Date Shake - 2 cups almond milk 2 large frozen bananas 2 to 3 fresh dates Dash of vanilla or cinnamon

Ginger Cashew Vegetable Fried Rice

Ginger and cashew vegetable fried rice. So healthy and easy to whip up mid-week.