Recent Recipes


Hot Ginger Lemonade

Hot ginger lemonade is perfect for warming up both the body and your natural defenses. Lemons are full of vitamin C and ginger helps promote natural defenses and is also helpful to warm digestion

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Adzuki Bean Soup with Broccoli Rabe

Combining the early spring bitters of broccoli rabe (rapini) and the anti-inflammatory effects of turmeric, this warm and nourishing soup is ideal for those cool transition nights between winter and spring. The adzuki beans at the heart of this soup tonify the kidney, have diuretic properties, and assimilate easier than most other beans.

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Wild Herb Pesto

Basil is the main ingredient in this versatile summer dish. A native of India, basil comes in more than 50 varieties. Its pungent, warming, and restorative qualities are especially helpful for alleviating stomach-related complaints. This recipe was provided by Eleonora Gafton, chef and clinical herbalist intern at MUIH.

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Eat Healthy This Season

The strength of the immune system is one factor that determines who stays healthy and who gets sick. A great way to build and maintain a strong defense is through diet. Enjoy the process with these great recipes offered by Daemon Jones, ND, adjunct faculty member of the Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health.

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Stuffed Acorn Squash

An acorn squash was used for this recipe, but you can use any type of winter squash. Squash is high in vitamin A, complex carbohydrates, and an array of minerals, including potassium and magnesium. Winter squashes are sweet and warming, and influence the spleen, stomach, liver, and large intestines. In addition, winter squashes are excellent Qi tonics. The recipe was provided by Victoria Yunez Behm, nutrition graduate student at MUIH who will be an intern in the nutrition clinic of our Natural Care Center beginning in February 2013.

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