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Beets & Greens Juice

Beets are natural fighters of infection, blood purifiers and liver cleansers. Along with other detox super foods like kale, apple and lemon; this juice is your go-to super detox drink!

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Summer Fruit Salad

You can use a wide variety of fruits for this salad but stick to those that won’t soften or brown quickly (like apples, pears, bananas, grapes, etc.) and you’ll be eating this sweet treat all summer long. Be sure to cut your fruit into bite-sized pieces for easy eating!

This recipe was also featured on Living808 on KHON.

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Beet & Apple Juice

Juices are great for breakfast - liquids in the morning are easier on the digestive system. They help to cleanse the body and start your day off with a spring in your step.

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Fresh Fruit Parfait

A great light breakfast or snack that makes use of Hawaii's abundant local fruits!

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Homemade Coconut Yogurt

Easy and delicious homemade coconut yogurt for all your breakfasts, snacks and desserts!

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Spicy Tofu Scramble & Sweet Potato Hash

This fiery mix uses pantry staples to give you a quick, flavorful and nutritious kick start to your holiday mornings. Use your food processor to make quick work of shredding the sweet potato - you can even store shredded potatoes n the refrigerator for even less of a hassle in the morning.

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Cranberry Pumpkin Scones

These super easy scones make for delicious holiday mornings.

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Banana and Barley Breakfast Bowl

Start your morning by filling up on nutrient-dense grains, fruits, and nuts.

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Overnight Oats

Instead of turning on your stove during warmer weather, make these creamy soaked oats for your breakfasts. If you can’t do cold oatmeal, these can be warmed slightly before serving.

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Buckwheat Cereal

Buckwheat is a gluten-free grain that is hearty and filling as a breakfast or snack. You can keep this recipe raw by using a dehydrator, or use the oven to bake it.