Cook Less, Eat Well, Detox More!

We all want to cook less, eat well and detox more but juice cleanses are not the answer because

1 – starving yourself is not healthy

2 – no one should EVER purposely starve themselves

Juice cleanses detox your body too drastically that you do lose water weight and muscle weight but you’re not really burning fat or releasing toxins.

In most juice cleanses your body is holding on to fat for dear life and you’re trapping and creating more toxins in your body.

Toxins MUST HAVE fiber to attach themselves to so that they can be safely and quickly be released from the body.

Fiber comes from REAL WHOLE FOODS!

And that’s why I created the

21 day Transformational Nutrition Detox program

with recipes like this one below.

No more starving yourself!

Cabbage is Detoxing

A small head of cabbage, 4 1/2 inch diameter, (like the one you will use in this recipe) has 18 grams of fiber. – NutritionData.Self.com

 

Along with fiber, cabbage also has other high detoxing power, so you’re gonna want to try this simple dish with me!

Cabbage has the highest amount of some of the most powerful antioxidants found in cruciferous vegetables. – What Is Cabbage Good For?

I used purple cabbage in this recipe just for the FUN color.  But, you can use regular cabbage in this recipe.

Hormone-free, Antibiotic-free Grass-fed Meat is Toxin Free

You are what it ate!

I remember being floored when I realized this statement was true.

You are what “IT” (cow, chicken, even plant) ate!

NEVER had I chosen meat and poultry based on what it ate or was injected with.

I just looked at the prices and went with the cheaper option.

Isn’t that what Moms are supposed to do?  Save the family money.

What I didn’t realize it that my family was eating what “IT” ate.

GMO Corn feed, GMO Soy Feed with a side of hormones and antibiotics is NOT something I want to be feeding my children.

What is cheap now, is WAY MORE expensive to our health in the long run!

Never wanting to pump my kids with GMO’s, hormones and antibiotics that is in cheap beef, we switched over to organic grass-fed beef we found at our local Farmers Market (and online).

Sometimes, farmers may not be “certified organic” (getting that label can be so expensive) but they farm using organic practices and do not feed their animals genetically modified feed, or give them hormones nad antibiotics to fatten them up.

They let their animals roam around and feed on grass, as nature and God intended.

Just ask your farmers and they will tell you.

Basic Grass Fed Ground Beef and Recipe

 

There are no preservative and artificial binders in this sausage, so I sliced it when it was still slightly frozen.

I also took it up a notch and bought 5 Bar Beef Sausage from Orange Home Grown Farmers Market that has liver in it.

Yes, I’m a Sneaky-Smart Mom getting the “off the charts” health benefits of liver into my family without them even noticing! {Wink! Wink!}

Find your Local Farmer with Grass-Fed Beef HERE at EatWild.com

I thought it would cute to ignore the recipe instructions and put the sausage slices on top (instead of mixing them in) and they burnt a little more than I wanted.

Note to self on this one, follow the recipe 😉

The spices in this recipe reminded me of Thanksgiving and they too have detoxing powers!

 

 

I admit the kids were not huge fans but they didn’t notice that the sausage had liver in it and ate some.

My husband and I liked this recipe!

And the great thing is that this recipe just keeps on giving…

My husband and I ate leftovers for days and felt SO good about using this recipe to detox naturally.

 

Left-overs for lunch packed in our toxin free container (like this one) over some raw cabbage (each cup has 2 grams of fiber) makes this recipe just keep on giving detoxing power!

 

Sausage and Cabbage Roast
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4 Persons 15 minutes
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4 Persons 15 minutes
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  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. In a large bowl, toss together all ingredients. Evenly spread mixture into a large roasting pan. Place in oven and roast for 45 minutes or until sausage is cooked through and cabbage is tender.
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Elaine De Santos

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I am a wife who loves falling in love with her husband over and over again! I am a stay-at-home mommy to a sweet girl with a big heart and an energetic boy with a zest for life.

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