The Clean Eating Mama
Recipe – Vegetable Tempeh Saute
Gooooood morning clean eaters!
So today I have a very tasty recipe that I want to share with you! My Vegetable Tempeh Saute! <3
I have partnered up with a massage and wellness clinic called All About Massage and Wellness and I have started to create recipes for their blog! I have featured their clinic in my Partner Tab where you can read all about their practice – they are pretty amazing! They are based out of the Pittsburgh PA area so if you are based in that area or know of anyone in Pittsburgh please be sure to pass them their info.
I have been loving tempeh lately but it took me a while to really figure out how to cook with it. I finally nailed it with this dish! This dish has Plant Power written all over it!
Tempeh is a fermented soy product (whole soy beans) that has been consumed over in Indonesia and other Asian countries for hundreds if not thousands of years. Since it is fermented it is much easier to digest and has more nutritional value than tofu or other soy products. It has virtually no taste so it is extremely versatile and can be used in many dishes.
The George Mateljan Foundation has labeled tempeh to be one of the world’s healthiest foods. And it’s easy to see why! Tempeh packs a whopping 31 grams of protein for one cup of tempeh making this a plant based protein warrior! It also has high amounts of Riboflavin, Magnesium, Phosphorus and Copper, and a very good source of Manganese.
Please check out my recipe here – I certainly hope you try it soon!
Trust your gut!
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Hi friends! I hope all is well and you are enjoying your week! Today I want to talk about something that most of us don’t want to bring up but it’s something that is WAY too important not to discuss. Your gut health.
Chances are you know someone that suffers from IBS, ulcerative colitis or ileal pouch, or maybe you are the one suffering from one of these gastro issues. I personally know firsthand the pain and discomfort that these issues can bring into someone’s life. I have suffered from IBS for quite sometime and there have been days that I have been hunched over in pain from excessive bloat and extreme cramping. I went through dark, painful days where I thought I would never be able to live or eat normally again.
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a serious GI issue that affects the large intestine (colon) and commonly causes cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, gas, diarrhea and constipation; there is no cure or known cause for IBS.
- Up to 20% of U.S. adults have IBS symptoms. More women than men are diagnosed with IBS but many never seek medical help for it.
- Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease that causes inflammation and sores, called ulcers, in the inner lining of the large intestine, which includes the colon and the rectum. The inflammation causes erosion of the lining of the colon, leading to bleeding, production of pus, diarrhea, and severe abdominal discomfort.
- Ulcerative colitis affects more than 1 in every
1,000 Americans and mostly starts between the ages of 15 and 30.
As a nutritionist I knew there was more to it than stuffing a bunch of prescription pills down my throat and hoping for the best. I knew that I needed to start listening and trusting my gut! But how? Where to start? I did a TON of research on gut nutrition and gut bacteria. I started eliminating foods and drinks to find what foods were triggering my symptoms. And I also started adding probiotics into my diet – something that I had never taken or knew a whole lot about.
Probiotics can be found in fermented foods such as pickles or sauerkraut and in pill form. While many people are familiar with the general term “probiotics,” most do not understand the importance of knowing which specific strain of organism should be used for which specific disease or condition. It is suggested that adults should take at least one billion cells (also called colony-forming units or CFU’s) daily.
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