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Posted on August 23rd, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen, Nutrition

Kripalu Recipe: Red Lentil Pâté

Red lentils are a rich source of both high-quality protein and high-quality carbohydrates. The protein in red lentils is almost complete; if you add a grain to one of your meals the same day, your body will have all the essential amino acids it needs to make new proteins. The carbohydrates found in lentils trickle […]

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Posted on August 16th, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Upma

Here at Kripalu, we serve Upma for breakfast. Upma is a traditional South Indian dish that provides a nourishing way to start your day. Comprised of vegetables, legumes, nuts, fruits, and fresh herbs and spices, this dish is a delectable breakfast option. Upma can be made with various spices. One of our favorites is turmeric. […]

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Posted on August 9th, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Chocolate-Covered Strawberries

Strawberries are rich in phenols, including the anthocyanins that give this summer fruit its bright-red color and antioxidant potency. Antioxidants protect the body’s cell structure from oxidative stress and other damage. Ellagitannins, another phenol in strawberries, has been associated with lower rates of cancer. Dark chocolate also contains phenols (cocoa phenols). Studies suggest that in […]

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Posted on August 2nd, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Guacamole and Refried Beans

Avocados—Not All Fat Is Bad It’s hard to imagine a combination of Kripalu recipes that offers more benefits for the cardiovascular system than this guacamole and the refried beans below. Both avocados and beans are incredible at lowering blood lipids (cholesterol), blood pressure, and blood sugar. Avocados are high in monounsaturated fats and plant sterols, […]

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Posted on July 26th, 2013 by in Kripalu Kitchen

Kripalu Recipe: Kitchen-Sink Curry

A Bowlful of Digestive Health The flavor profile of our Kitchen-Sink Curry is the taste of digestive health. Let’s begin with cumin, a spice traditionally associated with healthy digestion: Research now suggests that cumin stimulates the pancreas to secrete digestive enzymes. A teaspoon of cumin has 15 percent of your daily iron needs, along with […]

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