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Leafy greens like kale are some of the healthiest foods you can eat! Kale is full of nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. One cup of raw kale is only 33 calories, 6 grams of carbs (2 of which are fiber), and 3 grams of protein.

Because of its low calorie content, kale is. Scale back the cheese and mix in kale for a healthy, Mexican-inspired dinner. Assemble enchiladas up to a day in advance to get dinner on the table in a hurry.

Assemble enchiladas up to a day. Healthy Bites: It’s National Kale Day! (Celebrate with these 5 Tasty Dishes!) by Kimberly Daly Farrell. October 1, 2014. Kale has long been touted as Mother Nature’s multivitamin—and for good reason!

The leafy green is loaded with high levels of vitamins C and K, protein, iron, omega-3 fatty acids, and fiber. To celebrate kale season (it’s at its peak in October, but is available all fall and beginning of winter), we’re here with 30 days worth of our best kale recipes. This healthy, fast and tasty. Lastly: why eat kale? So many reasons!

Leafy greens like kale are some of the healthiest foods you can eat! Kale is full of nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. 1 cup of raw kale has 33 calories, 6 grams of carbs (2 of which are fiber), and 3 grams of protein. Because of its low calorie content, kale is among the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. Get your kids excited about eating healthy greens by trying one of these 10 kid-friendly spinach and kale recipes!

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The garlic is “roasted” in the microwave, too, to mellow its bite. Top the dish with a creamy, Greek-yogurt-based dressing for a dish that’s both hearty and heart-healthy.

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Toss kale with vinegar, salt, and pepper.

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Toss kale with dressing, diced onions, diced fruit, cheese, and pumpkin seeds or almonds.

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Toss the kale on a baking sheet with the olive oil and ½ teaspoon salt and spread in a single layer.

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Add the kale and use your hands to massage the dressing into the leaves until they sofen and wilt.

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Toss kale with 1 tablespoon feta marinade, spread in even layer on aluminum foil-lined baking sheet, and roast until crisp and lightly browned at edges, 6 to 8 minutes.

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3 Put the kale on a baking sheet, sprinkle with nutritional yeast.

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Preheat theoven to 350°F. Rip the kale leaves into bite­sized pieces, discarding the heavy stalks.

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  • Thanks, Kim. Keep making these fun and interesting videos, please. I love how you don’t bother to peel the potatoes. I have to try the corn starch because mine are very soggy. I use the same recipe for popcorn, -but add nutritional yeast for a cheesy taste. That’s a slick machine though.

  • seems like a decent enough guy…….but most of this is a crock of you know what…I come from a very small..4000 or so. theres several doz ppl here well over 80 and a bunch in there 90’s. Most had very hard lives. Grew up in a smoking drinking environment and some of them still do. And none of them and they will tell you, they have never so much as played a sport and don’t have clue 2 about nutrition. Tell us how that works

  • Excuse me while I go make some peanut butter cups!
    I have a dead easy healthy-ish treat that sounds weird but is so good. A pitted date with a smear of peanut butter, it’s so good!

  • Love the videos and going to make these peanut butter cups tonight! FYI-The linked recipes start a recipe for the mousse but it changes to sweet potato fries somewhere in the ingredients.

  • For banana lovers: Frozen sliced (very ripened) bananas with a tablespoon of liquid (milk, cream, coconut water, bourbon, whatever). Blend in the food processor until it gets the consistency of soft serve ice cream. Add whatever you like, cocoa powder, cacao nibs, berries, spices (cinnamon and nutmeg go well). The possibilities are endless. But I highly recommend the bourbon and nutmeg.:D It makes a great “ice cream” treat without all the sugar and dairy.

  • Would really love to follow Dr Esser on Instagram but can’t seem to find his posts… he is so calming, practical and empowering. Jules from Oz����

  • Any other recipes this simple that dont have chocolate or avocados in them? Im allergic to both! I love your easy to watch videos…. all of the channels are fun to watch as well

  • I remember inspector gadget! My 9 year old watched it and was impressed! She even tried nutritional yeast topping for homemade popcorn: just use a magic bullet/something to make it finer like a powder and add nurtional yeast, pinch of garlic powder, black pepper, salt and tiny bit of smoked paprika. Tastes close to Doritos Nacho flavor! I need to make these Reese Cups but with Wowbutter, I’ve never had one with my peanut allergy!

  • Lovely Video! Excuse me for the intrusion, I would love your opinion. Have you ever tried Trentvorty Kids Science Theorem (search on google)? It is an awesome one off product for becoming an excellent parent without the normal expense. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my cousin at last got cool results with it

  • Might want to rebrand and use something besides Healthyish. There is a popular cookbook out right now by Lindsay Hunt titled Healthyish. Nice vlog though. Enjoyed it.

  • The avocado mousse is an amazing thing. I’ve been eating that for a few years now. (Only it’s called Chocomole!) I have used maple syrup but I also use dates.

  • Think it’s time to try!! Make popcorn on the stove so unsure how that would work!! Yes inspector Gadget, but he does refer to many things with, ” Go Go Gadget arm”!!!! So not off to far!!

  • Just started making snack bites in food processor. Found fabulous one that everyone in family loved: dates, unsweetened coconut, coconut oil, almond butter and cocoa nibs. Soooo yummy! I’m going to have to try those chocolate peanut butter ones though!

  • I need to ask a question, my husband says we can’t buy things like oranges ��, broccoli �� etc. because he thinks they could have the VIRUS on them and you can’t wash it off. I don’t think he’s right.

  • The peanut butter cups remind me of an oatmeal no bake cookie my mom used to make. I bet a little quick oats and coconut oil would replicate those nostalgic cookies nicely.

  • AJ…this is so FANTASTIC…i cant tell you how much my family needed to hear this today…my diet is..well honest to God its PERFECT…doing like what you do…strictly Esselstyn 3 years
    BUT not my 18 yr old…and even is being pretty skack and ALL of us burning the candle at both ends…not mindful of what we’re watching & my sons anxiety & sadness is up…this show of yours made it very clear what needs to change in our home…and quickly fir my son…God bless you AJ for your love care & support
    from sunny Australia ��������☺❤��
    lots of love
    Georganne xx

  • Oh, thank you for not cutting the scene where you struggled with the food processor lid! I’ve had mine for twenty years and still do that!

  • I had one cousin who died of coronovirus before this interview and we just got word that our other cousin has just now passed away!

  • I totally agree with Dr. Esser’s assessment of the true danger of the Corona virus. The media has made this out to be much more dangerous for the healthy population and has created mass hysteria and hoarding of food and other essentials that people need. I am a retired public health nurse and I respect his opinion so much. Dr. Esser is the voice of reason and seems to be able to bring a calm to this “pandemic”. He stated the data is not there to support the actions of the government entities. Yes, if you are not the healthiest and are immunocompromised or have other comorbidities please protect yourself stay at home and make good choices. The advice to have everyone change what they can as far as eating habits sleep Etc is great advice for anyone and everyone. It would be nice for everybody to follow the advice Dr Esser is giving as well as Chef AJ. Thank you Chef AJ for the guests you have interviewed during the shelter in place era.

  • The snacks look really good, but I spent the whole video wondering how you kept from getting chocolate on your pretty white blouse! I cook all the time, but I have to wear a big ole apron because I often manage to splatter chocolate or tomato sauce or something all over myself.

  • I remember reading Herbert Shelton and others from the Natural Hygiene Movement back in the 90s. What a rich history and people like Dr Esser was at the forefront. I would have loved to hear about his great-grandfather and history of the lineage to him. How they all continued a plant based lifestyle. Being that I grew up in the typical bacon and eggs household, it fascinates me when I run into someone who has been plant based their whole life.

  • Omg I just tried your recipe for Reese’s cups 2.0 but used Peanut Butter & Co’s white chocolatey wonderful flavored PB and I am not going to come out of quarantine the same

  • This is such a great interview! Thank you so much for working hard to bring us scientific information. I hope our country opens soon and we are all back to healthy living. God bless you all!

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  • i have always liked the no bake chocolate peanutbutter oatmeal cookies, recipes all over the internet. i want to try a couple of your recipes here they look delish.

  • I had such mixed feelings when I saw that McDonald’s is now providing free meals for all first responders and health care providers and professionals. I think it’s a wonderful show of support in very challenging times, however I cant think of a more dangerous way to treat these already immune challenged folks: they are dealing with high stress, distress, fear, worry, lack of sleep and self care. One would think that they need the best possible health-promoting fuel, rather than nutritionless, health degrading meals. Thanks for the food for thought! ✌����

  • Love Dr Esser!!! His demeanor is so calming and he’s so right….no data! One of the best things is to get out in the sun and soak up Vit D…eat lots of fresh fruits and veg!