Wai Lana’s Favorite Juices: Sweet Clover
This zesty combination provides a burst of sprout energy, including a wealth of protein, vitamins, and iron. It also guards against cancer, tumors, and heart disease and helps purify your blood.
For extra energy and health protection, add an ounce of aloe vera juice and/or a teaspoon of green grass powder.
Rich in chlorophyll, sulfur, protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and plant-based estrogen, this juice is a superb source of nutrition. It helps lower cholesterol, relieve sore throats, and beautify your skin. Thanks to spicy clover and arugula, it can also stimulate your metabolism, improve circulation, and detoxify your blood and tissues.
If you have growing kids in the house, this generous recipe will have them coming back for seconds and thirds. Hearty and , it’s a thick, delicious black bean soup that tastes even better the next day.
Garnish possibilities: Corn chips, cilantro, lime wedges, guacamole, and/or sour cream.
Wai Lana’s Favorite Soups: Nacho Bean Soup
Juice of the Week: Carrot Cake Cooler
Energizing, refreshing, and bursting with nutrients, this delightful drink tastes just like carrot cake- without all the fat or calories. If you miss the icing on the cake, simply add a swirl of creamy vanilla soymilk.
Make this recipe a smoothie by adding a frozen banana, 1/2 cup milk, and a scoop of protein powder.
This juice provides an abundance of enzymes and digestive spices, making it a boon for your digestive system. If taken regularly, these spices keep your digestive fire strong and improve nutrient absorption. Beneficial to your throat and lungs, this hearty, nourishing juice can also be lightly heated.
Moisturize your skin from the inside out. This light, creamy smoothie is a blessing for both your complexion and your taste buds.
Add a scoop of protein powder and this drink will keep you going for hours.
Smoothie of the month: Silken Strawberry Whip
Besides moisturizing, toning, and protecting your skin, these fruits are also excellent for lowering cholesterol and strengthening your blood. Natural oils from the rich avocado nourish your body and help conditions like eczema, dandruff, and stiff joints. Rich in lecithin, avocado also supports brain function and circulation. All of these fruits are great sources of potassium, which is sometimes known as the “youth mineral”.
This week’s Soup of the Week: Vegetable Pho
This impressive mountain of fresh herbs, veggies, noodles, ad scrumptious caramelized tofu is a beautiful sight to behold- especially when presented as your dinner. Inspired by a traditional Vietnamese soup, this spectacular meal-in-itself is fun to assemble and quite easy to make.
skin looking radiant.
Wai Lana’s Soup of the Week: Vegetable Pho
Simple, flavorful, and healthy, Wai Lana’s palate-cleansing Soup of the Week: “Roasted Fennel Carrot Blend”, is the perfect appetizer because it won’t spoil your appetite.
Wai Lana’s Soup of the Week: Roasted Fennel Carrot Blend
Warm your homes with this gorgeous garlicky Italian broth from “Wai Lana’s Favorite Soups”
Wai Lana’s Soup of the Week: Ribollita