Raw food recipes with avocado

Cauliflower is rich in calcium, boron, iron, and other minerals. It is reputed to have cancer-fighting nutrients in the form of antioxidants. These compounds appear to stop enzymes from activating cancer-causing agents in the body, and they increase the activity of enzymes that disable and eliminate carcinogens.

Researchers suggest that a high intake of cruciferous vegetables helps decrease the risk of certain cancers. Here's an easy way to add cauliflower to your diet.

The vitality of internal organs, working properly, brightens your skin and brings a radiance to your face. How profound the meaning of the phrase "beauty comes from within." So eat for beauty! Here is your chocolaty, creamy, yet healthy breakfast. 

Beets contain fiber and vitamins C and K. The betaine in beet juice is said to stimulate the function of liver cells and protect the liver and bile ducts. Including beet root and beet greens in your juice and raw-food recipes is an excellent way to detoxify the blood and renew it with minerals and natural sugars.

The bright, hardy flavors of tomato and avocado combine with pine nuts and the earthy goodness of sprouted lentils in this vibrantly delicious, original recipe.

Call it a marinade wrap, call it a salad roll, call it a garnish. Whatever the name, you’ll enjoy the blend of zucchini, avocado, tomato, and other flavors and textures in this creative mix.

Mango, kale, lemon, and avocado blend and swirl in this "massaged" mix of flavors. A mélange you're sure to enjoy!

Whether you’re a dedicated raw foodist, a vegan or vegetarian, or just someone looking for lighter, healthier fare, you’re guaranteed to enjoy a refreshing, gentle difference in this tart, creamy guacamole, combining great ingredients from garden and sea.      

You won’t believe how smooth and creamy this dessert is. The perfect size for sharing, too.

This hearty dish features several spring greens and juicy non-sweet fruits served in a creamy avocado-based dressing.

Full of flavor and earthly goodness, this recipe is a hearty welcome to the new growing season and to one of the first food crops of the year – radishes.

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