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October 8, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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What Do You Want to Overcome? – Sneak Peek Chapter 7

I was so obsessed with my weight, I weighed myself a minimum of three times a day. This scale obsession spurred an unhealthy preoccupation with dieting. For the state of my well-being, I had to quit weighing myself everyday. Truth is, the scale changes several times a day based on:

  • How much food or fluid I have consumed.
  • How heavy my clothes and shoes are.
  • How much fluid my cells are retaining based on how much salt I consumed.
  • How much water I did or did not drink.
  • What my hormones are doing at this stage of my menstrual cycle.

You and I have the power to choose to not let the numbers on the scale dictate our moods. Our goal is to get away from the “scale determines my worth” mentality. You are neither good nor bad by what the numbers read on a scale. Emotional eating based on weight does not have to be part of your repertoire anymore. You are worth the investment to stop the damaging behaviors that used to go along with stepping on a scale. Practice makes perfect, and the old habits will cease to exist. Your mindset should convert over to: The scale is only an occasional tool to assist in monitoring progress.

DSCN9669I recommend you stop weighing yourself every day. If you are trying to lose weight, the scale should not be your only source of measurement to monitor progress. Please note if you are improving your muscle health, inch for inch, muscle is denser than fat. Fat cells do not convert into muscle cells and vice versa. You may be shrinking in size, by muscle mass increasing and fat cells reducing. However, the scale cannot indicate that fact. How your clothing fits and your good health are better tools in determining progress.

Goals to Measure Success

Victories do not always come by how low the numbers on the scale go. Successful weight loss is not about whether you can follow the rules of a diet without cheating. Having healthy new habits and thought patterns ingrained into your belief system is key to success. Are you noticing a pattern here yet? Ownership and application of sound belief systems, principles, and habits keep you grounded and healthy. Establishing solid principles that easily fit into your lifestyle and become second nature to you, will free your mind of the distress of “I can’t eat, I am so fat, blah, blah, blah!

Every positive change I made, stirred excitement in me and helped me delete my dysfunctional thinking and behaviors about food and my body. Below is a partial list of situations I overcame, and you can too:

  • I do not have to eat food because it is there.
  • I do not have to eat until I am stuffed or feel sick.
  • I do not have to finish everything on my plate.
  • I do not have to eat unappetizing food that is cold, hard, overcooked, dry, or nasty.
  • I do not have to buy candy because I see it at the checkout aisle.
  • I do not have to buy every visual stimulus I see at the grocery store or restaurant.
  • I have eliminated the “failure,” “defeat,” and “I’m bad” mentality.

These are a few examples listed from Chapter Seven, What Do You Want to Overcome?

What food, dieting, or scale battles have you overcome?

Blessings to your health!

 

September 25, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Freedom to Forgive Yourself – Sneak Peek Chapter 5

My future husband held my hand as we walked into the clinic. “9-20-59, 9-20-59” repeated over and over in my head as I checked in. I was only sixteen and had to be seventeen to get an abortion without my parent’s consent. I lied about my age, and they did not ask for identification. IMG_9418_2The nurse brought me into a room to consult with me before the procedure and told me I was six weeks pregnant. She showed me a poster with four sketches of what the fetus looks like.” Two cells, then two cells divided into four, four cells divided into eight…there was no harm in that. Several years later, I found out a six-week old baby has a heartbeat and is developed much further than a bunch of dividing cells. I lied to them; they lied to me.

I have a long list of shame and guilt if I allow the memories to creep back in my mind for more than a split second:  Disobeying my parents, cussing, lying, stealing, drugs, drunkenness, pornography, sex, aborting my first baby…guilty as charged!! An accuser of my soul does exist. “…Satan the Accuser came with them.” (Job 1:6b NLT) However, no act of stupidity, wrongful act, or things done in secret surprised my Heavenly Father. Nor were these things too great, too small, or so horrible that I could not be forgiven because of the sacrifice Jesus made for me.

HPIM2844If I let my guard down, the accuser attempts to put thoughts in my head to try to steal, kill, and destroy my well-being by reminding me of all my wrong choices and make me believe I am still an unworthy person. I could agree like I used to and carry all this guilt, condemnation, and self-loathing, but I won’t do it anymore! To help me remember God’s unconditional love for me, I post scripture verses on my bathroom mirror. I believe every time truth is revealed, a little more of me is set free. It is a moment-by-moment choice to focus my thoughts on God’s truth.

My Mistakes Are Erased! So Are Yours!

God sent His son to die on a cross to erase the ugly mistakes you and I have made. It is written that there is a book up in heaven called the Book of Life, and after we ask God for forgiveness our name gets written in that book. It is a sealed agreement that when we die and pass onto the next life, we will lovingly be with our Heavenly Father forever.

IMG_1519If God can forgive you and I for all our mistakes and still adores us, to complete this healing process we must also choose to forgive ourself and let it go too. We need to stop condemning ourselves. God does not condemn us, and we need to follow suit. “There is no condemnation now for those who live in union with Christ Jesus.” (Romans 8:1 GNT)

Since God hears all our prayers spoken and unspoken, listed below is a prayer to help you walk in freedom from your past too:

My Lord, please forgive me for all the wrong choices I have made. I thank you that You promise to forgive and forget all the junk in my past. Please help me to do the same. Give me strength to reject the thoughts that may come to remind me of my past and stir up shame. I only want to hear Your voice, and I choose to not listen to the voice of the accuser. Thank you for your unconditional grace, mercy, acceptance, and love. Tenderly teach me to treat myself the same way. I love you too! Amen.

Blessings to your well-being!

September 3, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Loving Yourself “AS IS” – Sneak Peek Chapter 4

Too often we base our worth on our exterior instead of giving ourselves credit for who we truly are on the inside. In a visual society, it is hard not to measure our worth based on our looks. Self-acceptance did not come naturally for me. However, choosing to accept myself “AS IS”, with all my cosmetic flaws gives me peace of mind.

There is always room for improvement taking care of myself, but the reality is…my worth is not dependent upon my exterior. Grant it, my paycheck is not reliant on my looks, but isn’t that what digital enhancement is for? My outer shell is a little worn and torn, however, my attitude and the importance of who I am comes from the inside. Real beauty resonates from the inside out.

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In his book, The Lady, Her Lover, and Her Lord, T.D. Jakes said:

“A positive self-image is not arrogant…Even though we say we don’t care what people think, to some degree we are still vulnerable to their word and ideas. But if we are going to be effective individuals, we must develop the ability to embrace ourselves…Do not think for one moment that others do not observe your level of style, class, and preferences…

If you cannot value your own existence and presence, you will eventually have trouble relating well to others…

More important is the fact that when we do not value ourselves, we tend to attract people who support that devalued image. Remember now, we train people how to treat us by how we treat ourselves.”¹

Have you ever struggled with self-hatred or self-condemnation, or do you graciously accept yourself? Does how you currently feel about yourself tarnish or motivate positive daily thoughts and actions? How we value ourselves is very important, not only for peace of mind, but because that image spills over onto other relationships. Gaining emotional and mental stability makes you smarter and wiser to shun detrimental relationships and behaviors.

If you want to achieve renewed health, healing, and peace to your mind, body, and spirit, please understand how important it is to accept and love yourself right now just as you are. Realize that you deserve respect, imperfections and all, no matter what you have done in the past. Self-acceptance and self-respect fuels the desire to take good care of yourself. If you are looking for the perfect situation or the perfect weight to start loving yourself, what will you do if that scenario does not occur? The burden of continual self-disappointment is too much to endure and a pointless waste of time.

Always being unhappy with yourself negatively impacts your daily life and influences the choices you make. God never intended for any of us to carry those burdens.

“Then Jesus said, ‘Come to me, all who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest…Let me teach you, because I am humble and gentle, and you find rest for your souls…the burden I give you is light.'” Matthew 11:28-30 NLT

Rose-Colored Glasses

DSCN3773 I could analyze myself to death about all my outer imperfections, but how productive would that be? I have thrown out the microscope and look at myself without condemnation. I choose to look at myself through rose-colored glasses. Am I blind to my imperfections or that my body does not look like the twenty-something, digitally enhanced model on the magazine cover? No. But, when I look in the mirror I choose to notice something positive.

I have learned to love my body, lumps and all. I do not focus or criticize my not so visually appealing body parts, and I go on with my business. It is a moment-by-moment choice. Hey, if I don’t go up to bat for myself, who will? I lived too many years in the shadow of self-criticism and insecurity, and made choices with that same thinking. Why would I ever want to walk that miserable road again? The power to choose is in my hand and in yours.

To know and stand firm in the importance of our worth is another crucial step to getting healthy. If we devalue ourselves, why would we think we are worth putting forth the effort to improve our health? Learning to accept our imperfections and focus on celebrating our positive attributes is healthier and less stressful!

How You Perceive Yourself Is a Daily Choice

Please do not be fooled into thinking you will never have a negative thought about yourself again. It is a daily choice to accept your imperfections and silently say no to the familiar criticisms, while at the same time choose to appreciate your strengths. These are the practices that keep you sane and healthy. This new self-acceptance allows you to take care of the person of value you have to live with for the rest of your life…you!

Blessings to your health and peace of mind!

¹The Lady, Her Lover, and Her Lord, Bishop T.D. Jakes, pp. 14,15,17,18, ©1998

August 27, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Quick & Easy Brussels Sprouts with Pecans and Garlic

If you do not like Brussels sprouts, raise your hand. If you like Brussels sprouts, raise your hand. I never liked Brussels sprouts, but then I tried this recipe—I really like Brussels sprouts now. You’ve got to try this! With beautiful, fresh vegetables available in abundance, this recipe is my promotion towards eating more plant-based foods. Hope you like it!

DSCN1020I highly recommend cutting all your Brussels sprouts in half, even if they are small. I didn’t do that with the little guys in this batch and they were too firm for our liking.

Besides being the new tasty, Brussels sprouts contain the carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin,¹ which are great for your eyes, promoting the reversal/prevention of cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.² I share my testimony about cataract reversal in What’s All the Hype About Smoothies and Juicing.
Also, Brussels sprouts have “a rich reservoir of phytochemicals—such as indoles and isothiocyanates that are thought to help thwart tumor development and to stimulate natural anticancer enzymes in the body.”¹

Add pecans and immune boosting garlic and you have another powerhouse plant-based recipe. “Pecans are rich in thiamin, zinc, and fiber…and research indicates that the plant sterols found in pecans can help lower LDL cholesterol levels.”³

With our full schedules, who can resist a quick and easy recipe that packs beautiful nutrients for our body? Hope this becomes a favorite of yours.

Quick & Easy Brussels Sprouts with Pecans & Garlic

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♥  Ingredients  ♥

1 pound Brussels sprouts or one pint box at the farmer’s market
1/2 cup pecans
2 garlic cloves
olive oil, lightly sprinkle over vegetables
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
fresh ground pepper to taste

– Trim stem tips off Brussels sprouts and cut in half lengthwise.
– If you are using pecan halves, chop in large pieces.
– Mince garlic finely.
– Add to baking dish: Brussels sprouts, pecans, garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper, and toss lightly.
– Spread out ingredients in one layer. Bake at 400° for 25 minutes.
– Enjoy!

DSCN1031Blessings to your health!

¹Wellness Foods A to Z, Sheldon Margen, M.D. and the editors of the University of California Berkeley Wellness Letter, pages 206-207, ©2002.

²Lutein and Zeaxanthin, American Optometric Association, ©2015, sited August 27, 2015.

³Wellness Foods A to Z, Sheldon Margen, M.D. and the editors of the University of California Berkeley Wellness Letter, page 464, ©2002.

August 19, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Delicious, Quick & Easy Bruschetta

It’s tomato picking time! This year everyone has been generous with their bounty. So what are you going to do with all those tomatoes? I don’t can tomatoes, so the first delicious delight I made was bruschetta. This bruschetta tastes so good I eat it as a meal. I hope this becomes one of your favorite recipes too!

DSCN1050Bruschetta is commonly made with the lesser juicy Roma tomatoes, however, that’s not what I have a kitchen counter full of. I use a fork or a slotted spoon to serve the tomatoes on the toasted baguette. The flavor is so good, I find myself pouring a little of the tomato juice on my bread anyways. I don’t want to miss a drop of these yummy flavors!

The bold flavors of the garlic, basil, and Asiago make this meal irresistible. Even better is the health benefits from the garlic, tomatoes, and basil. Anderson Organics had some beautiful garlic at the farmer’s market this morning!

Delicious, Quick & Easy Bruschetta

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♥  Ingredients  ♥

3 cups fresh tomatoes – diced
3 large or 6 small garlic cloves – minced finely
1 1/2 cups fresh basil – chopped
3 tablespoons olive oil
3/4 teaspoon sea salt
ground pepper to taste
1/4 cup melted butter OR 1/4 cup olive oil
Asiago cheese – shredded
1 baguette

– Dice tomatoes. Do not save excess juice on cutting board.

– Mince garlic and chop basil. Measure your basil before chopping.

– In a medium bowl add tomatoes, garlic, basil, olive oil, salt, and pepper. Gently blend together.

– Cut baguette in 3/4 inch diagonal slices. Lightly brush one side of bread with melted butter or olive oil.

– Buttered side up, toast bread on a Pizzazz or in oven at 350° for 4 to 6 minutes.

– After bread is toasted and right before serving, pile on tomato mixture and top with Asiago cheese.

Enjoy!

DSCN1052Blessings to your health!

August 13, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Peanut Butter and Honey Snack Bites

During popular floral holidays at the talented O’Fallon’s Fine Flowers, it was common for the staff to bring in snacks for those long designing days. One of the healthy recipes my daughter brought in was peanut butter balls with honey from the Super Healthy Kids website. Lately, I have been trying to find ways to eat honey because of its healing properties. These peanut butter and honey snack bites are a perfect solution to get a dose of healing honey.

Truth be told, I am not a fan of the flavor honey, but my husband convinced me to try peanut butter and honey together. At first I ate the combination on a saltine cracker—not too bad. However, I did not want to get in the habit of eating refined flour. Thankfully, I remembered the peanut butter balls my daughter made, and I whipped up my own combination with the ingredients I had on hand. With all the wholesome ingredients, this flavor is a winner!

DSCN1009A friend of my son recently sent me a beautiful gift box of Y.S. Eco Bee Farm honey. These are the two honeys I combined for the Peanut Butter and Honey Snack Bites. Really delicious!

Honey has many healing benefits topically and internally. Besides being known for its antibiotic effect, such as taking honey for sore throats…

“Honey, in its organic/wild, raw, unfiltered state is rich in minerals, antioxidants, probiotics, enzymes, and is one of the highest-vibration foods (valuable nutrients that provide energy) on the planet….The medicinal benefits of honey are due to honey’s antibacterial properties and its moisture-retaining properties. Side effects: None….Some types of Lehua and Noni honeys from Hawaii, Manuka honeys from New Zealand rainforests, and Sidr honeys from Yemen have been shown to have antifungal, antibiotic, and antiviral effects.”¹

“Not all honey labeled as Manuka honey contains significant levels of antibacterial factors. To be considered potent enough to be therapeutic, Manuka honey needs a minimum rating of 10 UMF.”²

Hope you enjoy the flavor and health benefits of these snack bites.

Peanut Butter and Honey Snack Bites

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♥ Ingredients ♥

1/2 cup peanut butter
1/2 cup honey
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup unsweetened coconut
1 1/2 cups oats

– Blend together:  peanut butter, honey, and vanilla.

– Add coconut and oats—evenly mix together.

– Using 1 tablespoon measurements, roll into balls and place on a baking sheet.

– Refrigerate for 30 to 60 minutes.

Tips:

– I used 1/4 cup Manuka honey mixed with 1/4 cup raw honey.

– Solid honeys need a minimum of 30 minutes refrigeration. Liquid honeys need a minimum of 60 minutes refrigeration.

DSCN1019Blessings to your health!

¹Superfoods, The Food and Medicine of the Future, David Wolfe, pgs 87-89, 2009©

²Manuka Honey, WebMD, 2005-2015©

August 6, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Skinny and Fatty – Sneak Peek Chapter 3

It was not until my early thirties that I permanently broke free from the prison of low self-worth and self-hatred. One afternoon, my best friend’s husband came to visit me. As we sat across the kitchen table from each other, Pastor Manny helped me break free from my prison cell. He gave me two assignments, two keys, that set me free from low self-worth and self-hatred.

Key Number Two

His next assignment for me, when I was by myself, was to look at my eyes in the mirror and tell myself, “I love you Julie” while noticing the inner beauty God gave me. Those of you that have experienced self-dislike understand how difficult it is to look at yourself in the mirror. As equally tough as this new assignment was, I wanted to be free from the painful grips of self-dislike even more.

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I forced myself to look at my eyes every time I passed in front of a mirror. At the same time, I allowed God to speak to my heart as He told me how beautiful I am to Him and to embrace the fact that He loves me very much. Repetition and unconditionally accepting my inner beauty broke my cycle of distaste when looking into a mirror. The mirror was not my enemy any longer. In only a short period of time, I resolved to love and accept myself.

My value was not based on how much I weighed, for at the time I was heavier than my full-term pregnancy weight. It was based on the fact that the God who loves me so much, created me and wanted me here on this earth. “I knew you (Julie) before I formed you in your mother’s womb.”*  If God decided I was important, then I needed to adopt that same mindset.

As you grow to appreciate your value, then you want to protect and take good care of yourself. You certainly would desire this for your own children. You deserve equally as much.

*Jeremiah 1:5a Life Application Study Bible

Blessings to your health and self-worth!

July 30, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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New Book: The One, An Amazing Love Story Starts With You

The heart of this website is to share wisdom with you for strong health, healing, and peace of mind. As you feel yourself transforming into a healthier well-rounded person, you will also find yourself naturally desiring healthier relationships. A healthier you makes for healthier relationships, this is what Ryan and Amanda Leak bring to the table in their new book THE ONE, An Amazing Love Story Starts With You.

Our own Christian Life School alumni family, Ryan Leak with his wife Amanda just published their first book called THE ONE, An Amazing Love Story Starts With You. Their story talks about how they got engaged and married on the same day. They also candidly share the up and downs of working through issues of the past and the steps they took to strengthen and heal themselves. Ryan and Amanda don’t claim to be perfect, however, they have been blessed to gain some great wisdom on how to develop a healthy marriage relationship. It is their heart to share this wisdom with you.

This is a great book for people that are dating, considering dating, or contemplating marriage. As Ryan and Amanda unfold some of the thoughts and hurdles in their relationship, they inspire topics to evaluate in your own relationships—ultimately guiding you to make healthy choices. If you are already in a seasoned marriage, this book is a nice gift for your loved ones that are of dating age. THE ONE is a thought provoking book for anyone looking for insight towards finding and developing a sound, lasting relationship.

DSCN0974Blessings to your health and your relationships!

July 24, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Overcoming Fear – Sneak Peek Chapter 30

Fear Our Needs Won’t Be Met

During my medical leave of absence, I had some serious decisions to make in regards to protecting my health. Quitting my job was one of them. Since we were a two-income family, only having one income was unsettling. The thoughts, “Take heart, take courage and finish the task,” from scriptures in Zechariah and Haggai kept coming to mind. I knew in my heart this was my season to complete Finishing the Race as I focused on getting well. In addition, it was my season to trust God to provide for all my needs.

DSCN0961When I was working, I was responsible for the mortgage, cell phone, and my personal care. Now unemployed, I logically couldn’t figure out how I was going to meet all my obligations, so I put my spending on lock-down and had to trust God to help me for the rest. The first month on medical leave, without anyone knowing my financial situation, I was given:

  • $1000 gift from a family friend, and I put it towards the mortgage payment
  • $1000 gift from family for my supplements

These gifts became the catalyst for me to trust that God would meet my needs, spoken and unspoken. At the same time, God wanted to reassure me of His provision and led me to this promise:

Don’t worry whether God will provide it for you. These things dominate the thoughts of most people, but your Father already knows your needs. He will give you all you all you need from day to day if you make the kingdom of God your primary concern. So don’t be afraid little flock (You and I). For it gives your Father great happiness to give you the kingdom.”
Luke 12:29b-32 NLT

Provision from heaven comes in many forms:  time, money, gifts, discounts, free services, opportunities…I’m sure you can add more to this list. Every time I receive an unexpected gift, and because I live by the principle “every good gift comes from the Father above,” I am in awe! With appreciation, I want to share three incidences of God’s provision for my day-to-day necessities.

I admit I am selective on the products I use on my hair and body for various reasons. I was literally two days from depleting my body lotion, and I unexpectedly received a generous gift bag in the mail filled with products from the company I buy my lotion from.

When my shampoo was almost out, my daughter came home with a bottle of shampoo from California that was perfect for extending the life of my hair color. Trying not to get anxious when that bottle was running out, at my next haircut appointment, my hairdresser coaxed me in the backroom with my former manicurist. Those beautiful ladies presented me with a very generous gift basket loaded with high-end hair care products and more.

DSCN0953I get frustrated with myself because my human nature still wants to lean towards worrying about how and when my needs are going to be provided for. When those thoughts come, Pastor Dale Crall taught me not to speculate how I think God is going to provide. Instead, God reminds me of Luke 12 and then in His perfect timing He works out His provision for me.

Even more to my amazement, God didn’t provide me with a .99-cent shampoo but with good quality products. He does not stop there either. He continually proves His love to me and encourages me by sending dear friends or family to randomly shower me with gifts, such as jewelry, flowers, or candles. And not one bouquet of flowers, but one friend brought me seven bouquets of flowers at one time!

tulip bowl 2011-5_2There are so many more blessings of provision I could share with you. However, the heartfelt message I am receiving from my Heavenly Father is how much He wants to provide for all my needs and more. He shows His generous love not only with the necessities in life, but also with things I did not ask for like flowers and jewelry.

 “I will praise the Lord at all times. I will constantly speak his praises.
I will boast only in the Lord; let all who are discouraged take heart.
Come, let us tell of the Lord’s greatness; let us exalt his name together.
I prayed to the Lord, and he answered me, freeing me from all my fears…
Those who honor him will have all they need
Those who trust in the Lord will never lack any good thing.”
Psalm 34:1-4,9b,10b NLT

God always has our best interest at heart. He communicates His promise to protect and provide for us in His Word. We have the power to overcome our fears and the challenges life brings, as we refocus our thoughts on His promises and not zero in on our fears. Our fears may be real or an illusion, however, when we focus on what God says He will do for us—He will do it.

Sometimes we may need to wait longer than we think we should, but in the end—God’s timing is impeccable. Patience is a long-term friend not an enemy. Give yourself the gift of courage and take a step in faith as you choose to stop partnering with fear and partner with truth.

“I’ll make every Word I give you come true.” Jeremiah 1:12b MSG

Blessings to your mind, body, and spirit!

July 14, 2015
Julie Yuccas

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Quick & Easy Roasted Broccoli

When you work or have a full schedule, quick, easy, and tasty are factors that make a vegetable recipe more appealing to use. The beauty of this recipe is it is palatable to many ages. Plus, broccoli is a fighter you want on your team, with all its cancer-fighting phytochemicals, immune boosting vitamins and minerals, and the carotenoids beta carotene and lutein.

Remember from my smoothie post, the American Optometric Association website states that lutein helps prevent and can reverse cataracts and possibly macular degeneration. As I routinely ate or drank foods such as kale and broccoli, unbeknownst to me my cataract formation reversed. Who knows how many healing measures are being performed in our bodies when we routinely eat these powerhouse foods? Enjoy this quick and easy way to eat broccoli.

DSCN0918Divide broccoli into long stem pieces. After positioning broccoli on baking pan, sprinkle with olive oil.

Quick & Easy Roasted Broccoli

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DSCN0939♥  Ingredients  ♥

1 head of broccoli
olive oil
Parmesan cheese or Nutritional Yeast Seasoning

– Preheat oven to 425°.

– Cut 1/2″ to 1″ off broccoli stem. Divide broccoli into long stem pieces.

– Lay stems on baking sheet. Lightly sprinkle olive oil on broccoli.

– Bake for 20 minutes for al dente broccoli. Bake for 25 minutes for a softer broccoli.

– After 20 or 25 minutes sprinkle Parmesan cheese or Nutritional Yeast Seasoning on broccoli. Bake for 3 more minutes. Enjoy!

DSCN0943Blessings to your health!