In early May, Larissa and I challenged the members of our closed Facebook Group, The Peas and Carrots Society to Dr. Michael Greger’s Daily Dozen Challenge. You might remember that Dr. Michael Greger is the founder of Nutritionfacts.org, which is a website we dedicated an entire episode of our podcast to (episode 246) because we thought it was a really awesome resource. In today’s episode of the Vegetarian Zen podcast, we’re going to talk about what was involved in Dr. Greger’s Daily Dozen challenge and share some comments from those of our members who joined us in our week-long journey.
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Here’s what we mention in this episode:
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Recipe of the Week:
Vickie’s Blueberry, Chia, Flaxseed, Oatmeal
- Tablespoon chia seeds
- Handful of blueberries
- Palmful of walnuts
- A small amount of sugar to taste
- Add all ingredients to your favorite oatmeal!
- Ingredients: Organic ground golden flaxseed
- USDA Organic. All-natural. Gluten-Free. Provides fiber, lignans & Omega-3 fats.
- Flaxseed meal has a robust nutty flavor
- Makes a great egg substitute for most recipes.
- Keep best refrigerated or frozen for longer product life
Thanks for listening!
Peace and Veggies,
Vickie and Larissa