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About Joyful Belly

Joyful Belly is a digestive wellness clinic that creates yummy, healthy recipes using Ayurveda. We help you have an experience, understand the effects, and develop a good relationship with food. Joyful Belly can help you achieve a greater sense of well-being and clarity. With articles and seminars chock full of Ayurvedic wisdom, you'll tune into your internal organs and answer fundamental questions like, How's my liver today? or What can I do to help my kidneys? Healthy Joyful Belly eating will be a vital, zesty, refreshing and tasty doorway to a new you.
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    Recipe: Potato-Leek Soup with Fennel Seeds and Red Pepper Flakes

    If “fresh bright green” had a taste, it would be this Potato-Leek Soup with Fennel Seeds and Red Pepper Flakes. Smooth, rich and refined, this creamy soup is only made more enticing by the spicy sizzle of...

    • Posted February 14, 2016
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    Recipe: Salmon Burgers

    Vitality, strength, and salty hardiness are the essence of a Salmon Burger. Bright lemon zest awakens your appetite for this hearty meal. Have a long, hard day ahead? A Salmon Burger is just what you need to...

    • Posted February 7, 2016
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    Recipe: Swiss Chard and Onion Tacos

    By late January, as temperatures reach a low point, the body is already preparing for spring. Corn should replace wheat as the primary grain this time of year. In these Swiss Chard and Onion Tacos, the corn...

    • Posted January 24, 2016
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    Recipe: Pickled Garlic

    Pickled garlic is an ideal tonic for January. Our ancestors survived on pickled and preserves as supplies dwindled into late winter. The sourness of vinegar cleanses the liver, while garlic moves stagnant blood. Here’s our easy-to-make pickled garlic...

    • Posted January 17, 2016
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    Recipe: Holiday Spice Blend-Churna

    Churnas and chutneys are blends of spices, herbs and/or fruits that include all six Ayurvedic tastes: sweet, pungent, salty, astringent, sour & bitter. Incorporating all six tastes balances the body and satisfies the palette. Each taste has...

    • Posted December 20, 2015
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    Recipe: Mulled Spiced Wine (or Cider)

    Warm, sweet, and refreshingly spicy, Mulled Spiced Wine is a traditional toasty remedy for cold winter nights. The dark, alluring burgundy shade of red wine warms you right up, dilates your blood vessels, and relaxes your entire...

    • Posted December 13, 2015
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    Recipe: Potato Latkes

    Crispy and hot around the edges, sizzling Potato Latkes will be devoured as soon as they leave the frying pan. As this fun and hearty treat sizzles in the pan, it warms your heart in the cold...

    • Posted December 6, 2015
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    Recipe: Glazed Sweet and Spicy Pecans

    Pecans are high in tannins, which are astringent and hot. Roasting or soaking pecans helps neutralize tannins and mellow the bitterness of pecans, making them more suitable for Vata types with constipation, gas, or bloating. The sweetness...

    • Posted November 22, 2015
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    Recipe: Sweet Potato and Spicy Pecan Crisp

    Country-home Sweet Potato and Spicy Pecan Crisp is a satisfying way to spend an evening before the fire. Recline in your favorite easy chair as you enjoy soft, comforting sweet potatoes. This treat will fill your home with...

    • Posted November 15, 2015
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    Recipe: Sesame Bread

    Bread is about sharing life. Autumn is a time of sharing, as people gather together to warm each other as the days get shorter and cooler. This nurturing bread recipe reminds us to revel in the togetherness...

    • Posted November 8, 2015
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