Recent Recipes

Beet Kvass

Beet Kvass is a fermented drink that serves as a refreshing blood cleanser and liver tonic for the spring season. This recipe is from Monica Corrado, M.A., CNC, a faculty member of MUIH’s Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health program, and a chef and holistic nutrition educator who teaches “REAL Food” cooking classes throughout the United States.

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Chicken Paprikas

The recipe for this traditional and hearty Hungarian peasant dish is from Eleonora Gafton, chef and clinical herbalist intern at MUIH.

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Pistachio-Encrusted Salmon

Gluten-free and high in healthy omega 3 fatty acids, this recipe is provided by Sharon Chan, RD, LDN, a graduate nutrition student intern in our on-campus Natural Care Center. Learn more about our academic programs in Nutrition and Integrative Health.

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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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Mesclun with Spicy Walnuts and Mulberries

Black mulberries are dense and delicious and in season right now. From the fig family, mulberries looks more like blackberries—with a narrower, tubular shape. Mulberries are known to nourish the blood, calm the spirit, and relieve constipation in the elderly. Be mindful that they will stain everything, including lips, fingers, and clothing! This recipe is from chef Eleonora Gafton, with MUIH’s Master of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health program.

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