Just as your car has a fuel gauge, your body does as well. It is the gene, AMPK (AMP-activated protein kinase), and it is commonly known as the ‘fuel gauge of the cell.’ AMPK is critical to the control (homeostasis) of energy in the cell and regulates an enormous number of cellular functions, including the oxidation of fatty acids in the liver, the generation of ketones, … Continue reading AMPK – Master Regulator of Metabolism »
Borscht is an Eastern European soup, celebrated for its nourishing qualities. A winter staple, it is made with root vegetables, abundant at that time of year, and is inexpensive to put together. The flavor of Borscht is comforting and tangy and is best served warm with a dollop of sour cream. BLOOD TYPE O Ingredients: 1 pound beets (beetroot), peeled and grated 2 medium onions, … Continue reading Vegetarian Borscht – Right for All Blood Types »
Asparagus is available year-round, but spring is the best season for this nutritious vegetable. One of our favorite way to prepare this right for all blood types veggie is to broil them in the oven. Asparagus is delicious to eat and easy to prepare. The optimum growing season for this delicious vegetable is from February through June, so spring is the best time to enjoy it, whether … Continue reading Asparagus Right for All Blood Types »
For this holiday season, we are featuring a basic risotto recipe, which can easily be adapted to suit each blood type. It can also be enhanced by adding saffron, vegetables, mushrooms or seafood.
Homemade stocks frozen in individual batches provide a great head start for preparing any number of sumptuous dishes. A good stock is basic to any sauce, soup, or stew. Creating a stock really takes very little effort, and Thanksgiving leftovers provide a great base for the stock. Simply clean the bones of the “bird,” and use them in the recipe, or purchase necks and backs from … Continue reading Turkey Stock – Right For All Blood Types »