Beth Baldino, MSW, CHHC
Certified Holistic Health Counselor
(973) 979-6951

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Rainbow Swiss Chard with Baked Tofu

This is an easy to prepare and really delicious plant-protein (tofu) and leafy greens (chard) dish. As the tofu is already baked  and usually seasoned (you can buy these packages in most health food stores) and the greens are raw, it’s a no-cook option for when you’re pressed for time or don’t want to heat up your kitchen (the walnuts can be toasted, but don’t need to be).

Ingredients:

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Nurtured by Fantastic Women’s Group

Where to begin? I feel I have worked with so many professionals in the field of health and wellness both body and soul and I can honestly say without reservation that Beth is by far the most superior for me. She clearly has a passion for what she does and lives the whole lifestyle. Beth does not preach but prompts you to reflect on your own needs related to physical and mental health. She does this in a way that is truly non-threatening, non-judgmental and completely individualized and personalized.

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Quick & Easy Cherry-Banana Sorbet

This is a super easy way to satisfy a craving for sweet and cold without all the added sugar and fat of ice cream. All the ingredients can be kept on hand and ready to go anytime (so you don’t even need to run out for the fresh fruit, as you’re using frozen).  Any “creamy”  frozen fruit can be substituted for the banana (mango or peach would work well), and the cherries could be replaced with your favorite berry. If you use the highest quality, most natural maple syrup for your sorbet you’ll be assured the best taste and most nutrition (a good maple syrup is high in minerals). Regarding the frozen bananas, you can prepare these ahead and store them in your freezer (already peeled, in an airtight container).

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