Recipes for Wellness

Eating healthy is a large part of wellness. This collection of recipes for health and well-being is designed to help you determine what foods, ingredients, and recipes will help benefit you on your wellness journey.

One of Wellness Grind’s goals is to help you find resources to improve and maintain your wellness. That includes locating fresh ingredients and putting them to use in your kitchen. You can decide if these recipes will improve your well-being.

Evidence Informed Eating

This select collection of recipes includes links to information about how the ingredients used can help improve your health and well being. While many foods have long been used as natural remedies for generations, some have mixed reviews scientifically. That is O.K. In an effort to promote transparency, the evidence provided about each ingredient includes information about what has been scientifically proven as well as emerging or practice-based evidence. In the case of food, practice-based evidence means that cooks across generations believe in the merits of these ingredients and have passed down recipes across generations. While science can’t always mimic or prove results, your grandma’s kitchen has long been a healing place before laboratories were created.

Wellness Grind is not in the business of refuting grandma’s kitchen. However, access to information that is scientifically proven as well as practice-based evidence is important so you can decide for yourself what works for you.

Submit Your Favorite Wellness Recipes

Wellness Grind community members can request to submit recipes for inclusion in the collection.

Chicken and wild rice soup
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Chicken & Wild Rice Homemade Soup

This chicken and wild rice soup recipe will help you build your immune system with carrots, celery, onion, garlic, and cayenne pepper. Read More

Immune boosting smoothie
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Tropical Spicy Green Smoothie

Green smoothies are all the rage as a breakfast or meal replacement. How about a green smoothie packed wit ... Read More

Teacup
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Turmeric Ginger Cinnamon Tea

This cold season try this immune system building tea blend. Take your normal herbal tea up a notch in fla ... Read More

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