Nutrition for the Holidays and Healthy Goals for the New Year.

The recipe in the photo is variation of our coconut macaroons. Simply use the coconut macaroons recipe below and add (1) heaping tablespoon of fresh grated organic ginger to get a real ginger “snap” in your macaroons. Aka “Ginger Snacaroons”.

If you missed this webinar today with Sue Ward, please go to www.sanoviv.com and a recording of this 30 minute webinar will be posted on our Events page.

Here are the recipe handouts and also a copy of our new Sanoviv Recipe Book. Enjoy!

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/ChocolateDippedBananas.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/BlueberryMintLemonade.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/AngeledEggs.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/CoconutMacaroons.docx

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/CoconutSweetPotatoes.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/Limeade-with-RaspberryIceCubes.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/Shrimp-Dip.doc

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/Spinach-Brietopped-Artichoke.docx

http://www.sanoviv.com/docs/Walnut-Spread.docx

Sanoviv Recipe Book link http://www.sanoviv.com/health-guide/RecipeBook_NEW.pdf

Enjoy your holidays,

Be well!

Peace

Sanoviv Kitchen Recipes – Infused Oils

Recipe shown ~ sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts and cilantro

Infused Oils
(dressings, marinades, sauces)

 Infused oils make great bases for salad dressings, marinades and sauces and are rich in flavors.  Simply use a tablespoon or two of the infused oil and then squeeze some fresh lemon over your salad.  Be sure to store these in an air-tight bottle away from light and heat. Be creative and add your own ‘extras’ to make it special just for you.

 

Pine Nut and Cilantro Infusion

Ingredients:
1 cup organic, extra virgin olive oil
¼ cup pine nuts
¼ cup chopped cilantro
½ TBSP Tamari
1 TBSP onion, chopped
½ lime, juiced
½ teaspoon Italian seasonings
Pinch of unrefined sea salt

Place all ingredients in an airtight bottle and shake well.
Enjoy!

 

Nori and Ginger Infusion

Ingredients:
1 cup organic, extra virgin olive oil
½ TBSP Tamari
½ lime, juiced
1 TBSP fresh ginger, chopped
2 Nori sheets, cut into ½” squares
¼ cup walnuts, chopped
1 TBSP fresh parsley, chopped
1 teaspoon curry powder
Pinch of unrefined sea salt

Place all ingredients in an airtight bottle and shake well.
Enjoy!

 

Pumpkin Seed Infusion

Ingredients:
1 cup organic, extra virgin olive oil
½ TBSP Tamari
½ lime, juiced
¼ cup pumpkin seeds, toasted
1 TBSP cilantro, finely chopped
¼ cup sun-dried tomato, ground
½ teaspoon chipotle powder
1 small clove garlic, finely chopped
Pinch of unrefined sea salt

Place all ingredients in an airtight bottle and shake well.
Enjoy!

 

Sunflower Infusion

Ingredients:
1 cup organic, extra virgin olive oil
½ TBSP Tamari
½ lime, juiced
1 TBSP fresh basil, chopped
¼ cup sun-dried tomato, ground
¼ cup sunflower seeds, raw
1 teaspoon ground cumin
1 TBSP celery, finely chopped
1 small clove garlic, finely chopped
Pinch of unrefined sea salt

Place all ingredients in an airtight bottle and shake well.
Enjoy!

 

Olives and Red Pepper Infusion

Ingredients:
1 cup organic, extra virgin olive oil
½ TBSP Tamari
1 TBSP apple cider vinegar
¼ cup olives, chopped
1 TBSP red bell peppers, chopped
1 TBSP chives, finely chopped
¼ cup steamed small cauliflower florets
½ teaspoon Italian seasonings
Pinch of unrefined sea salt

Place all ingredients in an airtight bottle and shake well.
Enjoy!

Recipes created by Sanoviv Chefs

 

Sanoviv Kitchen Recipes – Wild white fish medallion

Today we offer another guest favorite recipe from the kitchen at Sanoviv.
It is easy to prepare and deliciously healthy. Please enjoy.

- Sanoviv Kitchen Recipes -
Wild white fish medallion with zucchini tagliatelle  and avocado puree

 

(Serves 4)
Ingredients
• 4 wild white fish fillets
• 1 ½ medium lemon
• 2 Tbsp chopped parsley
• 1 Tbsp tamari
• 2 medium zucchini (ribboned with a peeler)
• ½ chopped medium onion
• 1 chopped shallot
• 1 avocado
• 1Tsp olive oil
• Salt and pepper to taste

 

1. Marinate the fish fillets in the juice of 1 lemon, parsley, tamari for 20 minutes. (salt and pepper optional)
2. Cut the fish in half (along) and roll over one another to form the medallions; then tie with kitchen string.
3. Bake at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 13 to 15 minutes.
4. Meanwhile, mash the avocado with the juice of ½ lemon and salt.
5. Sautee the shallot and onion until soft, then add the zucchini and salt to taste.
6. Garnish with sautéed red bell pepper julienne if you like.

 

Nutrient Information for one serving

Total Calories 217
Protein 24 g
Fat 10 g
Carbohydrate 10 g
Fiber 4 g

Real Salt

Salt

In 2011 we began our Healthy Stuff goody bag program here at Sanoviv Medical Institute to help our guests to make “healthier” product choices in their lives.  Our product suggestions come from our own research and experiences of our professional staff.  Our very first contributor was Redmond Trading Company, L.C., they donated a generous amount of their ‘Real Salt’ product. This year they have generously donated more ‘Real Salt’ and two other great products (Redmond Clay and Redmond Bath salts) which have been included in this year’s Healthy Stuff goody bag which is given to each guest who visits Sanoviv Medical Institute.

Health benefits of salt

Some people have asked “why are you giving salt to your guests? Everyone knows that salt causes high blood pressure, right?” Our answer is this…

We would definitely encourage anyone with high blood pressure to consult his or her practitioner or physician. Here is why we give Real Salt (which is  certified ‘Gluten Free’) to our guests. Sodium is crucial for maintaining the health of every cell in the human system. It permeates the fluid between cells (often called the extra ‘cellular fluid’) and potassium exists mainly on the inside of cells (in the ‘intracellular fluid’)… If either of these minerals is deficient or in excess, cell permeability becomes compromised and the health of the cells suffer.

Besides being a component of extracellular fluid that bathes every living cell. Sodium is important in two other ‘salty oceans’ in the body- our blood and our lymphatic fluid. It is also necessary for the production of hydrochloric acid, the digestive enzyme secreted by the stomach in order to help digest protein. Along with potassium, sodium is required for the proper functioning of our muscles…

With the many crucial roles sodium plays, it’s clear that if we had no sodium, we would cease to exist.

So, we offer a great big Thank You! To Redmond Trading Company for their donations. Please, visit them at www.realsalt.com for more information on Real Salt and their other wonderful products.