Hi dear friend:
Love reed beets and chickpeas? Looking for a recipe to add an extra flavour to your hummus? Or want a clean, easy hummus recipe that you can eat at lunch?
As someone with osteoarthritis I suffer from morning joint stiffness. Therefore I have adapted my already healthy diet as part of an early treatment to decrease pain and live a healthier life.
I also eat as clean as possible and avoid processed sugar, gluten and dairy products to prevent inflammation. This is why I am always learning about different and tasty recipes to eat clean and healthy.
Now I want to share with you this video of an easy recipe to make red beet hummus, so that you can enjoy this delicious dish and eat healthier.
You can get some of the main ingredients here, on the healthy eating section.
If you make this recipe I would love to see it! Tag your photo with #LivingHealthierIdeas on Instagram
Try to choose organic ingredients for this red beet hummus recipe in order to benefit from more nutrients, enjoy better taste, avoid hormones, antibiotics and drugs in animal products. In addition, organic farming practices are designed to encourage soil and water conservation and reduce pollution.
Enjoy your red beet hummus
You can enjoy hummus with salad, as a dip or even together with rice, no need to have gluten or carbs with it!
Finally, store your red beet hummus in an airtight container and refrigerate it up to one week!
Most of us need a good detox diet, we are overfed and not getting enough nutrients from our diets. This is why I have been doing lately this regular detox regime just based on healthy food, especially a lemon based drink in order to restart my system, this has helped me get rid of toxins and improve my well being. The 2 day detox diet is a complete program, to read more about it click here.
I hope you find this recipe useful!
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